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‘Big Brother’ finale: Season 21 winner crowned

'Big Brother' Season 21 winner was crowned on Sept. 25.
'Big Brother' Season 21 winner was crowned on Sept. 25. Global / Corus

NOTE: This article contains spoilers. Please do not read on unless you’ve seen the finale of Big Brother Season 21.

After an intense season, Big Brother 21 wrapped up on Wednesday night, ending Jackson Michie’s quest for top spot.

In the three-part final Head of Household (HOH) competition, season-long frontrunner Michie managed to pull off the victory, leaving Nicole Anthony and Holly Allen to battle it out in order to face him.

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Allen beat Anthony in part two of the HOH competition.

In the final round of the three-part HOH competition the showmance had to battle it out which resulted in Michie winning over Allen.

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Michie had the choice to bring either Anthony or Allen to the final two and he chose to bring his showmance partner Allen.

Anthony joined the jury as the final member.

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After fielding questions from the jury members, Michie was crowned the champion of Big Brother, defeating Allen in a vote of six to three to win the title and $500,000.

Although she didn’t take home the winning title, Allen was still awarded the $50,000 runner-up prize.

America voted for Anthony as this season’s “Favourite Houseguest,” awarding her $25,000.

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Some Big Brother fans were disappointed with the reality show’s outcome.

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Others celebrated Michie’s win.

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