“Big Brother” Season 24 Winners: Final Predictions, Poll

Three house guests stay tuned Big Brother‘s 24th season…but that $750,000 check can only be made out to one of them.

Monte Taylor, Taylor Hale and Matthew “Turner” Turner have successfully prevailed to this season’s long-awaited finale, which airs Sunday at 8/7c on CBS. And this particular trio is one of the show’s most stacked Final Threes in recent memory: no one here is a floater or a perpetual competitive dud being dragged along by stronger players to secure an easy victory on finals night. Rather, Monte, Taylor and Turner all have compelling arguments to present to the jury on Sunday, from resumes full of competition wins to top-notch parlor games.

Ahead of the finale, where one final eviction will decide this year’s Final Two, we want you to know who’s going to win Season 24 — and who should. (Not always the same person!) First, let’s review each houseguest’s current position in the game:

Big Brother 24 MonthsMONTE | On the competitive front, Monte has the best track record of the group with two wins as head of household and two veto wins. Of those victories, perhaps the most important was his September 8 veto triumph, which allowed him to remove Alyssa from the block and set the stage for Michael’s eviction in one of the biggest moves of the summer. Also, Monte has been well protected by allies throughout the season: from the quartet of The Pound to the dominant Leftovers alliance, Monte surrounded himself with savvy strategists and strong competitive threats to ensure he stays safe against his opponents – Daniel – throughout the week 5 for example – tried to make him the main target.

The biggest obstacle to Monte’s road to victory right now is the simple fact that his fellow finalists are also strong contenders for the prize money – and Turner, to whom Monte has been loyal for quite some time, has a resume so similar to Monte’s that anyone can guess who the jury will be voting for when these two men sit next to each other. Should Monte win the latest head of household contest, he faces a massive all-or-nothing decision when it comes to firing someone.

Big Brother 24 gymnastsTURNER | Turner never won a veto all summer, but he did did serving as HOH a respectable three times – one of which led to Michael’s landmark downfall. And Turner has frequently demonstrated his willingness to prioritize gameplay over personal feelings, allowing him to jump from Alliance (The Leftovers) to Alliance (the short-lived Afterparty) if it means he has another week in the game remains.

The downside of this strategy, of course, is that Turner’s burned bridges have resulted in poor jury management. We already know he probably won’t get the voice of sworn enemy Jasmine on finals night – but what about Alyssa, who’s still salty that Turner voted to evict her? Or Michael leaving the house during Turner’s HOH reign? Or Joseph discovering at Dyre Fest that Turner wasn’t willing to protect him? I like to think that this particular jury appreciates that Big Brother enough to put personal grievances aside and reward strategy instead; If that’s the case, Turner has a good shot at the money. Unless? Could be destined for second place.

Big Brother 24 TaylorTAYLOR | I can’t remember a Big Brother Run that’s rocked just like Taylor’s: For one, it likely would have been the first eviction action of the season had Paloma not voluntarily retired from the game. But Taylor was also the target — particularly in the early weeks of summer — of relentless bullying and microaggression, underscored by Daniel (in week 1) and Monte (in week 11), who insisted to her face that she was a cold woman who is “rubbing people’s fingers the wrong way.” (And that was just the beginning of her roommates’ cruel comments and racist slurs behind closed doors.)

Taylor’s CV is comparatively thin. She was head of household twice, but did not win a veto; Accordingly, their HOH reign in Week 6 was a bit chaotic as ever-changing objectives and emotional gameplay clouded their judgment. But we can’t discount Taylor’s excellent social play: despite being randomly attacked in week 1 and being nominated five times in total, Taylor avoided eviction on all of those occasions, which speaks to her positive relationships with the other players. Plus, she doesn’t seem to have made many enemies on the judging panel — a group of people who seem to admire Taylor’s longevity in the game. That affection for her, coupled with Taylor’s two HOH wins, could very well give her the votes she needs to become Big Brother‘s first-ever black female winner.

These are our thoughts, but now we want yours. Cast your vote below (or go here and here) to weigh in on who will and should Win Season 24, then click on the comments to confirm your choice.

https://tvline.com/2022/09/23/big-brother-season-24-winner-finale-predictions-poll/ “Big Brother” Season 24 Winners: Final Predictions, Poll

Lindsay Lowe

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