Big Brother 2017 voting percentages and figures revealed

Big Brother 2017 voting figure and stats: BBUK 2017 voting numbers

The voting percentages for the Big Brother 2017 final have been revealed following the live show.

After 54 days inside the house, the four finalists all left Friday night and Channel 5 have revealed just how close it wasn't, with Isabelle winning by a landslide.


It was Isabelle who won Big Brother 2017 in the show, beating Raph in the final vote.

As we saw in the two hour final, first out on the evening in fourth place was Tom Barber following the first vote freeze of the evening.

Deborah than followed her out the door leaving it a head to head race for the win between Raph and Isabelle and once the final vote had closed, host Emma Willis went to the house to announce Isabelle as the winner.

Here are the evening's final voting percentages from the 'Vote To Win' window over the past week...

Big Brother voting percentages 2017

Isabelle: 52.71%
Raph: 22.02%
Deborah: 14.02%
Tom: 9.34%

At Wednesday's vote freeze:
Kieran: 1.32%
Hannah: 0.59%

It was not a shock result with Isabelle having been the strong favourite in the lead up to the final tonight - and the numbers show just why.

Channel 5 have not released voting stats for the rest of the votes this year.

Are you happy with tonight's Big Brother 2017 results? Did the right person win? Tell us in the comments below!


While Big Brother is now over, remember that Celebrity Big Brother is back very soon.

Celebrity Big Brother 2017 launches next Tuesday on August 1 at 9PM on Channel 5.

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