The First-Ever 'Big Brother: Over the Top' Winner is Crowned

The Hollywood Reporter

Who won the first-ever Big Brother: Over the Top?

Well, after 65 days in the house and a season-long battle of the plastics versus the misfits, Morgan was crowned the winner. Host Julie Chen said fewer than 20,000 votes separated the winner and runner-up.

The inaugural season of BBOTT's winner took part in what was a love letter to superfans. Fans had all access to the houseguests this season. And Chen reminded superfans that this was one of the most unfiltered seasons yet, telling the houseguests, "You all have dirty mouths" and that those same dirty mouths wouldn't be shown on the broadcast version, CBS.

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