“Big Brother” season 15 crowns Andy as the winner out of the three finalists consisting of Andy, Gina Marie and Spencer. The cast this season was considered by many as the worst ever to come together under one roof for the sake of the “Big Brother” show.
According to the Hollywood Reporter on Sept. 18, it was Andy who prevailed by hanging on through the two challenges. Then when it was time to evict one of his housemates and take the other one into the final two, Andy stayed true to GinaMarie by ousting Spencer.
Spencer later told Julie Chen that he wasn’t too surprised with Andy’s choice and that “I was always worried about …. their relationship,” he divulged in the wake of his eviction. The three finalist were nothing to write home to mom about, with some of the things they said and did on this season, but it looks like Andy is the lessor of three evils, causing the less friction with the audience at home.
The questions were a tough segment for GinaMarie, who stumbled and at one point it looked as though she didn’t understand what Amanda had asked her, which was evident with the answer she provided.
Amanda asked GinaMarie about her biggest game move other than getting Amanda out. GinaMarie claimed it was putting Amanda and McCrae on the block as her big move. Maybe she didn’t understand “other than” when the question was asked.
It's probably a good thing for Andy, winning the grand prize, because his claim that he is a college professor was debunked by the college he said that he worked at. They put a disclaimer on their Facebook page saying that he was a part-time instructor at one point, but he does not work there anymore.
Here’s how the votes went down for the win:
Spencer - Andy
McCrae - Andy
Judd - GinaMarie
Elissa - Andy
Amanda - Andy
Aaryn - GinaMarie
Helen - Andy
Jessie - Andy
Candice - Andy
After spending 90 days in this house full of contestants and filming 36 episodes, Andy gets his pot of gold, the $500,000 prize.