“What happened to the gracious guy we just heard evict Bowie Jane in the most eloquent and classy eviction speech ever?!”
Each week, Big Brother host Julie Chen Moonves has been weighing in on the latest events in the house. Here, she reacts to the season finale and Jag’s big win, Hisam’s big laugh, and those unique final speeches to the jury. (Also make sure to read our finale Q&As with winner Jag , runner-up Matt, third place finisher Bowie Jane, and juror Cameron Hardin, )
JULIE CHEN MOONVES: His résumé was airtight, but that final plea to the jury was a little harsh. Ouch. I think that cost him Cirie’s vote. He basically said Matt wanted to be loyal to Cirie, but he swayed them otherwise. But his wins were unparalleled and something to be commended. Let’s go!
A lot of people thought a Jag vs. Matt final two would end with a Matt victory since his social game appeared to be so much better. Were you surprised by the final 5-2 vote in Jag’s favor?
What did you make of Matt and Jag’s performance with the jury? You had two very different styles, with Matt taking a more humble approach as he explained his social game, while Jag was almost shouting at the jury that “My hands are covered in your blood.”
It was true to Matt’s nature to be humble and shy. He was the same nice person going out as he was going in and all season long. But Jag was a whole different side! I was like, “What happened to the gracious guy we just heard evict Bowie Jane in the most eloquent and classy eviction speech ever?!”
Finally, what was it like getting the cast back together on that stage and could you even hear yourself talk with all of Hisam’s laughing?
Lol! What??? I can’t hear you! My ears are still ringing from Hisam’s laugh. Kidding. It was awesome! This was a group that by and large really got on nicely and were all good sports. The non-jurors were like excited kids back on the first day of school and thrilled to see their old friends. I loved it and I love all of them. Thank you, season 25 houseguests. You were amazing!
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