Big Brother 2018 results: Who won? WINNER revealed in live final

Big Brother 2018 winner revealed in tonight's results

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The Big Brother 2018 winner has been crowned - who won in tonight's results? Recap the final here!

A total of four housemates made it to the end and this evening one of them won the title of BBUK winner 2018, scooping the £100,000 prize money.


Those in the final were 26-year-old Training Consultant from Rhondda Valley, Akeem Griffiths, 18-year-old Vlogger from Norwich, Cameron Cole, 23-year-old Customer Service Agent from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Cian Carrigan and 31-year-old Carer from Halifax, Zoe Jones.

And it was Cameron who was crowned the winner of Big Brother 2018, the show's last ever series.

Here's just how things went down in the live show tonight...

Big Brother 2018 results! Winner is revealed...

Host Emma Willis announced the results from the public vote, which first opened a week ago last Friday.

In fourth place was CIAN: He told Emma after his exit: "I'm thrilled to bits, I'm loving it. To present Ireland and myself, I'm thrilled. I'm a massive fan of the show and always will be."

In third place was ZOE: She told Emma after leaving: "I've just loved every second of it. I was p***ed when I sent the audition video in!"


In second place was AKEEM He told Emma: "I'm shocked, relieved... I can't describe it. It's all so surreal. I am gutted to come so close and so far, but we've got a worthy winner there."

The winner was CAMERON Taking home the £100,000 prize fund, Cameron was left in tears by the result. At just 19, Cameron is the youngest Big Brother winner ever.

He said after his victory: "There's been a few tears. I am completely and utterly shell-shocked. I can't describe it. Never in a billion years would I expect that, I thought I'd be out the first week. I didn't think I'd be liked.

"It was a dream to get in... this is a miracle."

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Alongside the results, tonight's final also acted as a goodbye for Big Brother after Channel 5 announced its intention to axe the series after 18 years.

There was a look back at not only the current run but also the past 19 series.

"It's hard to know what's going to happen in fact it's impossible to know what will happen with the show," host Emma said. "All we can go on are the facts at this time and the facts, at this moment in time, is that the show is over.


"In my head, I'm treating tonight like the last ever show I do on Big Brother which is really difficult."

Emma concluded: "If this is indeed the last Big Brother then we are going out on a high."

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