Stephen Bear takes home the Celebrity Big Brother 2016 crown, whilst Ricky Norwood is the runner up.
After weeks of confinement, the housemates can finally see the finish line as the Celebrity Big Brother 2016 final commences, hosted by Emma Willis. Tonight one of the housemates will emerge out of the house as the Celebrity Big Brother 2016 winner.
Only six of the housemates have made it to the final: Frankie Grande, Stephen Bear, Marnie Simpson, Renee Graziano, Aubrey O’Day and Ricky Norwood.
But after 30 days in the Celebrity Big Brother house, there will only be one winner.
This series has seen a whole lot of drama with Bear driving the house into madness, as well as romance infatuating the house with true love between Lewis and Marnie and a fling between Bear and Chloe.
Earlier this evening, Frankie left in 6th place and Aubrey finished in 5th place.
Later, Marnie left in 4th place and Renee finished in 3rd place.
Ricky has been a loveable housemate, with a commitment to try and create the peace.
During his interview with Emma, Ricky said:
“I am very much a happy boy, it has been a fantastic experience.”
“When tough times were happening, I didn’t know what to do.”
“I’m true to me, I do know that I withdrew and it was great when people put me back on track.”
“There was so much nastiness and goading and I didn’t feel it was necessary.”
About Bear he said: “For the first time I saw a man in pain and I couldn’t have that and I tried to give him advice but you never know with Bear”
Bear has certainly been the star of this series, bringing a childish fun spirited character to the house but also came into conflict with many other housemates.
During his interview with Emma he said:
“I knew I would win, i’m alright, once you get to know me, why wouldn’t you choose me?”
“If I know if I have upset someone i’ll leave them and then talk to them later.”
“I didn’t hold a grudge, I think i’m a good diffuser.”
Talking about Lillie he said ” I broke up with my girlfriend because I didn’t want her to go through what I went through next year, it’s personal.”