The first season of the American reality television series – Big brother Over the Top (BBOTT) is gradually running towards it’s end.
The first season of Big Brother: Over The Top reality show premiered on September 28, 2016, and it will end with a season finale on December 1, 2016.
BBOTT 2016 was officially confirmed by CBS on August 3, 2016, while Big Brother 18 was still in progress. And it airs online exclusively.
The show has been modified from the established Big Brother series with a group of contestants referred to as HouseGuests.
Big Brother: Over the Top contestants are kept under constant surveillance of cameras and microphones, in isolated Big Brother house without contact with those outside.
During Each week, a HouseGuest is evicted until the final three HouseGuests remain on the finale night.
Note, For the first time since Big Brother 1, the viewers will vote for one HouseGuest to win the show while Julie Chen still remains the host.
Big Brother: Over the Top winner smiles home with a whopping $250,000 grand prize, and the show will last for 65 days.
The first season of Big Brother: Over the Top has 13 HouseGuests and the HouseGuests are now down to four.
Fastword to November 26, 2016, Jason Roy and Kryssie Ridolfi, have secured a place in the final three, while Morgan and Justin will be competing for the final spot.
The host of the show Julie Chen announced to the HouseGuest how the top three for the season will emerge.
She informed the contestants that the winner of the Head of HouseGuests competition would automatically advance to the finals and will have the chance to bring someone with him, while the third spot in the finale would then be determined by a competition between the two remaining houseGuests not chosen.
Remember also that each week, the HouseGuests take part in several compulsory challenges that determine who will win food, luxuries, and power in the house.
And at the start of each week, the HouseGuests compete in the Head of Household (HoH) competition.
Interestingly, the winner of the HoH competition is immune from eviction and will select two HouseGuests to be nominated for eviction.
After last weekend’s compulsory challenge, the “game-changing,” Jason emerged the HoH which not only gave him access to the Head of Household bedroom but also an opportunity to choose who will join him in the grand finale.
Jason out of the three remaining contestants decided to drag along with him to the grand finale Kryssie leaving Justin Morgan to fate.
Well, on Tuesday night on All Access at 8PM ET (5PM PT) we invite you to the last regular weekly recap episode and live eviction, where Morgan Willett and Justin Duncan will compete in the last competition of the season .
Whoever that wins at this point fills the last gap which is the third position while the loser will be evicted.
It is going to be a tough competition between the last two, but speculations are rife that Justin may go home, but you will agree with me that this is a competition and anything can happen.
Then, on Thursday night at 8PM ET (5PM PT) on All Access, all the season’s HouseGuests for the Big Brother Over the Top finale will return. By the end of the night, the results of American votes will be revealed and BBOTT winner will be announced.
How To Vote For The Big Brother Over The Top 2016
For you to vote you’ll need to be subscribed to All Access then visit the Big Brother Over The Top voting page here.
Voting is typically only open about a day and you get 20 votes each day to help decide.
Moreover, Jason has been isolated as the winner of the Big Brother: Over The Top 2016, but Americans through their votes have the final say.
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