After 86 days, the time has come: the winner of Big Brother has been announced. It’s Bart 49 from Itegem who can get the prize money.
If anyone is used to being away from home any longer, it’s Bart. As a soldier, he was often away from home for months. At 49 years old, the Antwerp resident was close to being among the oldest candidates in the group, although he didn’t really feel like the “oldest” of the group. “They saw me as more equals,” Bart said shortly before the final show. “that was good.”
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The losers are the Dutchman Jason and the Belgian Julian. They missed out on the prize money, because it was Bart who could now take home €73,388.
The Dutchman has always won the past two seasons, so this time it’s the other way around.
On January 9, 11 candidates entered the Big Brother house to completely surrender to the world-famous experiment. It was a very surprising and above all completely unexpected experience. In total, Big Brother has welcomed at least 16 residents. In the live show, the viewer voted to determine the winner of Big Brother 2023. So most of the votes went to Askari Bart from Itigem. It’s the first Fleming to win Big Brother since the co-production!
See all of Bart’s milestones during Big Brother here.
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