Tulane Student Wins Half A Million Dollars On CBS Reality Show “Big Brother”
The CBS hit reality show "Big Brother" came to an end tonight when they crowned the winner of their 14th season.
That winner was a Engineering student from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The youngest contestant this season Ian Terry, who is originally from Pittsburgh but attends Tulane University in New Orleans, was crowned the winner of "Big Brother" tonight and walked away with a check for Five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000).
Out of 16 total contestants, Terry was the last man standing. Of the 16, the last seven contestants that were evicted from the house made up the jury. They all then voted and Ian Terry won that vote 6-1 to take home the half million dollar prize.
Don't know much about the show Big Brother?
Big Brother follows a group of strangers living together in a house outfitted with dozens of cameras and microphones recording their every move 24 hours a day, seven days a week. One by one, the HouseGuests will vote each other out of the house until at the end of three months, the last remaining HouseGuest will win the grand prize.
If you remember, another person from Louisiana was on the show this season. Willie Hantz, from Vinton, Louisiana (Pictured above) was on the show before he was expelled from the game for head butting another contestant.
Ian beat out 15 other houseguests to take home the $500,000.
Big Brother airs each Summer starting in July on CBS.