Big Brother Winners Ranked: From Best To Worst

Big Brother 15 just wrapped up and I thought this was the perfect time to revisit this Big Brother Winners post. There’s nothing worse than investing your summer watching this show, only to witness some loser win it all in the end. Meanwhile all your favorites sit in the jury house waiting for finale night… or worse, at home. Through the years, there are have been some deserving winners and on the flip side, some equally atrocious ones. Sit back and see if you agree with my assessments.

Since Big Brother 1 was solely based on public nominations, votes and evictions, I’m not going to include that season in my rankings. That season was a complete bore because of two words “CHICKEN GEORGE“. If you don’t know what that means, be thankful you don’t. That individual and his rabid fans are why that season went down the sh*tter.

Check out my list below, starting from BEST WINNER to WORST WINNER. If you don’t agree with any of my placings, I’d love to hear about it in the comments. Keep in mind, everyone has their personal favorites. I’m prefacing this by saying I’ve never been a Dan Gheesling fan. I just don’t get the love. Bring on the hate all you Dan fans.

Season 2

Winner: 14. Will Kirby (left)
Should’ve Won: Will Kirby (right)

This is one of the few times in Big Brother history that the person who deserved to win, actually won. Even though this was the second season of Big Brother, it was completely a brand new game. The show received a major overhaul, completely eliminating the public out of the equation. Producers wisely realized the American public was voting out all the entertaining characters and keeping the nice SLASH boring ones in. Like Richard Hatch is to “Survivor”, Dr. Will is to Big Brother. He’s the godfather of this game. When his alliance was dwindled down to just him, he managed to escape eviction every week til the end. The feat was even more impressive, considering there was no “Power of Veto“, “Coup D’Etat” or any other special powers back then. It was just HOH and a social game. He was evil, manipulative and charming all wrapped up in an attractive package. In my eyes, he will forever be… the “Best Big Brother Winner Ever“.

Season 4

Winner: 13. Jun Song (left)
Should’ve Won: Jun Song or Alison Irwin(right)

With three seasons under their belt, the BB producers mixed it up with the format this year. For the first time ever, some houseguests had an existing previous relationship with another houseguest. Season 4 aka “The X-Factor” season, forced five houseguests to spend the summer with their exes. Jun brilliantly weaved her way through the game by laying low and cooking food for everyone. She’s the only one I can think of to actually gain weight while in the house. LMFAO. She and her on-again, off-again ally Alison, practically invented the “floater” strategy in the BB house. The two reality show frenemies would blow wherever the wind blew them. In the end, the two made it all the way to the finals, forcing the angry jury to award one of them $500,000. Why Jun wasn’t included in the the All-Stars Season, I’ll never know. On a side note, Season 4 also marked the first time two houseguests (David Lane and Amanda Craig) had sex within the house.

Season 14

Winner: 12. Ian Terry (left)
Should’ve Won: Ian Terry or Dan Gheesling (right)

Lame alliance name aside (Quack Pack), Ian proved himself to be a savvy player. I was 100% rooting for him once Frank got eliminated. He definitely blossomed to become one of the season’s most likable and memorable players. He knew when to be loyal and when to flip the script. Despite being betrayed, Ian knew it was better to work with Dan than against him. His only potential downfall was trusting Dan wholeheartedly (I blame him being BB starstruck). If he didn’t win at crucial times, he would’ve been blindsided like so many of his competitors. As with most reality shows, strategy and a little luck are the key to winning. As much as I wasn’t a Dan fan going into this season, I have to give the guy credit for saving himself during his hilarious funeral scam. That said, there is something innately skeezy about him that rubs me the wrong way, brilliant strategist or not. Another opinion that’s probably going to contradict most BB watchers is how ecstatic I was when Frank won America’s Choice. LOL. AH-MAZ-ING. The only thing better than him winning was if Jodi (first ouster) or Janelle took it home again. She wasn’t her best this season, but I still love the buxom blond bombshell.

Season 13

Winner: 11. Rachel Reilly (left)
Should’ve Won: Daniele Donato (right)

I’ll admit it, I was a Brenchel fan heading into this season. Sure, Rachel was a trainwreck and probably difficult to live with, but I admired her Big Brother awesomeness. She’s like Janelle (BB6 & BB7) but not as likable. Considering, she probably had the biggest target in the house due to her personality, it’s nothing short of a miracle that she’s in the Final 2. She should probably share some of that money with Adam, as it was his stupidness that allowed her to avoid elimination. Side note, if he really thinks he’s a candidate for All-Stars, he’s really delusional. I agree with Daniele’s assessment that he’s probably the lamest person to ever play the game. Speaking of Dani, I was definitely rooting for her. She also had a target but had less people working with her. Unfortunately for her, she got screwed this year by the “twists“. Both her and Kalia’s first HOHs were practically worthless. They both had to win HOH twice just to get the same person out- Dani with Brendon and Kalia with Jeff. But in most reality shows, a little luck is needed to win the game. Congrats to Rachel for taking it home. Next to Daniele, she was the vet I was rooting for (of course I was also hoping newbie Kalia would win as well).

Season 8

Winner: 10. “Evil Dick” Donato (left)
Should’ve Won: “Evil Dick” Donato (right)

Producers decided to throw two twists for Season 8. First, there was a houseguest in the house doing all of America’s bidding, known as “America’s Player“. The second involved three contestants who were brought into the house for having contentious relationships with three other houseguests. Evil Dick and his estranged daughter, Danielle were one of the pairs in the “Biggest Nemesis” season. Til this day, I’m amazed at Evil Dick’s game play. He practically threatened everyone in the house on a continual basis, forcing them to endure his constant bullying, insults and yelling. Love him or hate him, you have to applaud his strategy. Both his daughter and himself made it to the final two. Having said that, if it wasn’t for the “America’s Player” twist, he could’ve easily been voted out earlier. Luckily for him, America loved his antics and forced Eric (America’s Player and the deciding vote) to keep Evil Dick in the house and align with him.

Season 15

Winner: 9. Andy Herren (left)
Should’ve Won: Undecided (right)

I can’t believe Andy is our first ever openly-out winner. Why couldn’t it be the gay cowboy (BB 10’s Steven) who transitioned to porn instead 😉 You might be surprised that I put Andy this high up on my list. I was never a fan and never rooted for him to win, but I have to give credit where credit is due. Dude was playing the game from the start… HARD. He stuck with one strong alliance and knew when it was time to cut them for another one. Plus, he was fantastic during the jury interrogation. He answered those questions brilliantly, especially the one about lying to everyone. Granted, his opponent had no grasp of the English language whatsoever which solidified his win. Poor GM. Hopes youse gets some help 😉

Now onto who should’ve won. That’s not an easy question to answer. I was never fully on anyone’s team this season. At one point, I rooted for Helen, Amanda, Aaryn, Elissa, Judd, Candice or Jessie to win it all, but each turned me off in some way or another. Either for their gross behavior, annoying habits, controversial comments or plain stupidity. It’s really sad that I couldn’t get behind anyone 100 percent. Hopefully, next season has more likeable contestants.

Season 11

Winner: 8. Jordan Lloyd (left)
Should’ve Won: Michele Noonan (right)

Jordan was probably one of the cutest and most likable BB players ever. But she was also one of the most clueless. Had it not been for her showmance and now real life partner, Jeff, she wouldn’t have lasted as long. This season featured one of the more well-thought out twists in the game. IMHO, “High School Cliques” was a brilliant idea. It forced some people to align with people they didn’t want to. It’s sorta fitting Jordan was in the popular clique, because in the end she won because she was more popular than that annoying rat, Natalie. However, if I had my way, nerdy Michele should’ve won it all. Her combination of awkward social skills and geekiness, with her intelligence and surprising athleticism made her a formidable foe. In fact, she was so formidable, they her voted out in the Final Four.

Season 3

Winner: 7. Lisa Donahue (left)
Should’ve Won: Danielle Reyes (right)

This season introduced the “Power of Veto” and was the only season to have every evicted houseguest vote for a winner. Season 3 is also noteworthy because it was the first time a previously evicted contestant was voted back into the game, which leads me to the only strategic move Lisa made. When her showmance partner was eligible to come back into the game, Lisa was smart enough to vote against him. She realized being in a relationship put a huge target on her back, and decided to vote for lovable Southern Amy instead. In the end, Lisa received all but one vote to win the entire game. Danielle Reyes was not just the runner-up, but the rightful winner of the season. She played everyone like pawns and did it with a smile on her face and a knife in her hand. Her only downfall, was her over-the-top (but hilarious) confessionals. Back then, every evicted houseguest was allowed to go back home and watch the aired shows. As expected the evictees became bitter and resentful of Danielle’s rants and cost her the game. Thankfully the producers realized that the voting contestants had to be shielded from watching the confessionals or else contestants in following seasons would severely censor themselves for fear of receiving a backlash. And that’s how the jury and “Sequester House” was born.

Season 5

Winner: 6. Drew Daniel (left)
Should’ve Won: Jennifer “Nakomis” Dedmo (right)

“Project DNA: Do Not Assume” was the twist for this season. It featured a set of twins playing the game as one. If they made it past a certain point, then both players were allowed to play by themselves. Besides the twin twist, the season also featured two long-lost siblings who didn’t know the other existed. For entertainment values, this was one of BB’s better ideas. The winner, Drew Daniel, was actually a twin himself, but not the set of twins in the game. Can you believe there are two of him? YUM. Drew was part of the first four-male alliance, “The Horsemen“. His ability to get along with everyone, control his showmance partner and utilize his athletic skills, helped him win the game. It also didn’t hurt to have one of the most annoying and awful players ever (Cowboy), as his competitor in the final two. If viewers got their way, Nakomis (coincidentally enough Cowboy’s long-lost sister.) should’ve won the half a million dollars. If it wasn’t for her, the term “backdooring” would’ve never been born. She quickly realized by not putting up the person you wanted out on the block initially, and nominating your friends as pawns would give the intended target a false sense of security. One of the best moments in the show ever, came as a result of this strategy. Jase, the person they wanted voted off, practically jizzed when his key was pulled out during that week’s nomination ceremony. PRICELESS. Even more priceless was when he realized days later he had been had and wasn’t safe after all.

Season 12

Winner: 5. Hayden Moss (left)
Should’ve Won: Britney Haynes(right)

In very few instances in Big Brother, let alone any reality competition show, the likelihood of an alliance starting from the start barely makes it all the way to the end. I wasn’t a big fan of the Brigade alliance, but I’ll give credit where credit is due. Sure, it didn’t make for compelling television. It’s far more interesting to see people backstab each other, but I can appreciate Hayden’s loyalty to his original alliance. Out of the foursome, Hayden was probably the best choice to take the crown, but I would’ve preferred the adorable Britney take the title. She didn’t just win me over, as evident by winning America’s Choice to receive $25,000. I also would’ve been okay with a Rachel win this season as well.

Season 10

Winner: 3. Dan Gheesling (left)
Should’ve Won: Jerry MacDonald (right)

Let me warn you, we’re getting into deeply hostile territory. None of the following winners even deserve to be in the same breath as any of the previous winners or should’ve beens. “Back to Basics” was the theme of this season and funny enough it would be oddly prophetic. Just like Season 1, there was absolutely no one in this cast I was rooting for. The only one I was remotely rooting for was Jessie, and only because he was a meathead and hilarious to make fun off. Everyone else was just awful. By “selecting” geriatric Jerry as my deserving winner, is my attempt at being ironic. He was the least worthy of the cast to win this season. This was one of two seasons, I actually had to Wikipedia to refresh my memory. Totally forgettable season. WASTE.OF.A.SUMMER. I know Dan is popular with our readers but I just don’t get the love. He redeemed himself in Season 14, but I’m still NOT a fan.

Season 7

Winner: 4. Mike Malin (left)
Should’ve Won: Janelle Pierzina (right)

The first All-Stars featured some of the best and most popular players ever to return to the game. Unfortunately for us, Mike Malin was one of those picked. Rumor has it, he wasn’t even on the short list to come back, but since he was BFFs with the great Dr. Will Kirby (Season 2 winner), the producers had to include him for fear of losing Kirby. Since he was neither popular nor deemed a brilliant strategist from before, he wasn’t considered a threat. Thereby practically guaranteeing him a spot in the finals. Unlike the most robbed player of the season, Janelle, who also happens to be my favorite contestant of all-time. The buxom blonde was targeted for eviction every week she was in there. If she hadn’t won either a POV or HOH each week, she would’ve been evicted. Against all odds, she managed to get to the Final Three only to be ousted again in the same spot as her original season. It’s sad one of the game’s most likable players lost to one of the game’s most hated.

Season 9

Winner: 2. Adam Jasinski (left)
Should’ve Won: Natalie Cunial (right)

Big Brother “‘Til Death Do You Part” was unique for several reasons. Due to the Writers’ Strike, this was the first and only season of BB to air in the Winter. CBS quickly ordered a new season to fill the void left by the strike. Secondly, it featured the most contestants ever. Thirdly it forced the players to play in couples for the first few weeks. Creatively and in terms of cast, this is the worst ever. BB implemented practically every twist possible in this season to keep it interesting. Two previous evicted housequests were allowed to return and two houseguests had a pre-existing relationship prior to entering the house. Adam was the worst possible choice to win this season. Not only did he continuously make fun of the people he was supposedly helping (mentally retarded individuals), but he was caught using his BB winnings to fund drug purchases and selling them. He now faces a maximum of 20 years behind bars, as well as a possible $1 million in fines. If a gun was held to my head to pick a rightful winner of this terrible season, it would have to be Natalie. She was annoying as f*ck, but she knew her Big Brother trivia and the game.

Worst Winner Ever

Season 6

Winner: 1. Maggie Ausburn (left)
Should’ve Won: Janelle Pierzina (right)

It’s ironic that the worst winner is from, what I think is the best Big Brother season ever. “Summer of Secrets” had the contestants playing in pairs. If their pair made it til the end, the winner would receive $1,000,000, doubling the previous winnings. This season had it all, major drama, fist fights, people you loathed and people you cheered for. “Nerd Herd“, “Bye, Bye, Bitches“, “Busted-Up Blonde“, “Janey Doll“, “Jack Shack” were some of the unforgettable catchphrases from this season. Maggie was a sound strategist, level-headed player and had excellent mind control powers. She was able to easily manipulate the “Nerd Herd” to do her biding while remaining out of the line of fire, for the most part. So why is she the worst winner? Duh, because she was boring and took the title from my beloved Janey. Just like in the All-Stars Season, Janelle was a target from the beginning. For some reason, women hated her and want her voted out. I loved watching her continually win competitions while the other women whined and cried in their corners. It made me laugh so many times. As mentioned earlier, Janelle is my favorite player of ALL-TIME and probably one of the best players ever to play the Big Brother Game. Easily one of the MOST ROBBED players in any reality competition show. LOVE YOU JANEY.

Who Is The Worst Big Brother Winner EVER?

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Phew that was exhausting. Do you agree with my assessment? Don’t you find most of the time the one you want to win, never ends up winning. Who’s your favorite or least favorite Big Brother winner?

  • Chris

    I enjoyed reading the list – but as with every opinionated list (including my own mental list) – there are some flaws.

    I’m so glad that Boogie was far down on the list – he is easily the most overrated player of all time, he did absolutely nothing in season 2, road the coattails of Dr. Will in season 7, and displayed utter arrogance and naivety in season 14.

    However, when you said you weren’t a fan of Dan – I was expecting a placement around fourth or fifth on the list – not fourth to last. Honestly – what don’t you like about Dan? You appreciate Jun for her floating strategy – a strategy similar to what Dan employed early on in season 10 when he threw competitions, built a weak persona for himself and avoided the block despite being in the middle of a very contentious house. You also appreciate Dr. Will for his charm, manipulative abilities and well placed back stabbing. This is a strategy similar to what Dan employed later on in season 10 when he practically masterminded the evictions of most of the jury, avoided the block himself and secretly maintained an alliance with Memphis all the way to the final two. This is not even mentioning his genius funeral scheme in season 14, and his ability to convince Daniele to pull him off to block in the final 4 so that he could evict Shane. You must admit – he’s able to fool people more aptly than Dr. Will. So why the hate?

    I’ll say – I’m not the biggest fan of Dan myself. I would place Dr. Will, Dick, Jun and Rachel over him – but at the very least I give him respect where respect is deserved. Nice list – but you must understand – a very opinonated and contentious one.

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  • cminus

    This is spot on. Ian was carried by Dan and Rachel only won cuz nobody but her could win comps (weak cast) not happy Rachel won a season

  • James

    You’re completely wrong about season 10 Dan was most deserving it wasn’t a bad season

  • James

    I agree, Dan made the season worth watching

  • pick a name

    Whoever wrote this is a fucking idiot. Dan is the best player to play this game hands down. He had to play against savvier players in season 10 than Will had to in season 2, simply because it was a completely new game in Will’s season and nobody knew what they were doing. Yes, Will looked like a master, but everybody was running around like chickens with their heads cut off.

  • J

    I certainly don’t believe that Maggie is the worst winner. I certainly think that she had created an alliance which helped her make it to the end. Although Janelle was an amazing competitor, and equally deserved to win, ultimately, she ended up in a difficult situation when the Sovereign Six alliance didn’t work out as planned (with Howie nominating against Sarah and James).

    Sure, the Friendship (nerd herd) were the alliance to hate, but that certainly doesn’t mean she played a bad game.

    I am glad to see Jun higher up on the list, she played a very strong game as she was never really aligned with anybody. And the only reason she didn’t come back to All-Stars was because she was going through harsh times during the casting. She wasn’t mentally prepared to compete.

  • Whatever

    And the fact that will was up against all stars like DANIELLE REYES yet still managed to place fourth isn’t incredible? The people in both of Dan’s seasons were complete fools, and they all argued with each other while Dan’s boring (but smart) ass sat back and watched them. Terrible casting decision and good player, but definitely nothing on Dr.Will

  • LoyalBBwatcher

    Jun the 2nd best winner? Puhleeese. All she did was eat and sleep! She takes home one of the biggest floater wins in BB history to date. She has made a bigger name for herself being “outspoken” behind her computer in a different country than from her actual win. She is a complete joke. Dan is a master at BB and should definitely be up there close/next to Will. My opinion from best to worst:
    15 – Dan – never voted out, made it to final
    14 – Will – had the crown until Dan’s last season
    13 – Rachel – fought harder than most to win
    12 – Ian – outsmarted everyone to win
    11 – Lisa – once she finally woke up, she was awesome
    10 – Jordan – deserved by default in her season, however she stuck it out
    9 – Dick – use to love him and would have put him just under Rachel, but his antics on the last season leaving due to his habit…lame.
    8 – Hayden – ONLY here because of their alliance being the first in BB history to stick it thru to the end. Although i disagreed with him winning
    7 – Andy – lesser of the evils left, his playing all sides worked for him although i couldn’t stand him
    6 – Drew – winner by default, didn’t really do much in the game (when will people learn)
    5 – Eddie – was totally awesome although wasn’t much to win the audience vote after the huge Chicken George scandal. Glad he won tho
    4 – Adam – floated all the way, can’t judge his win by his actions since his win…
    3 – Jun – chomp chomp chomp, all she did. zero gameplay. big talker after the show. she didn’t show the same personality in the house as she does now. If she did, I may have looked away from the paint drying on my walls for a second…
    2 – Mike – serious looser. Won all-stars because will handed him the game. Will carried him through both seasons they played together then he STILL couldn’t drop his love for will when he unfortunately came back and still had to be carried because he sucks. that. bad.
    1 – Maggie – OMG the most heated season almost ever…15 might have just trumped them with 14 a close 2nd. The house had never been as clearly divided. Never such backlash for the eviction of a HG then they had to bring Kaysar back THEN to have him make another stupid move and be the next out AGAIN. Janelle was too amazing to be true and still to this day has way too many haters due to her bombshell looks all the while being a complete and total bad ass. Take that friendship club and cappie, may you rip LOL.

  • Will

    Disagree entirely. Will was up against Hardy and Nicole who weren’t anything like the brain dead but pretty housemates you see today. They were both winning HoH competitions left and right and Nicole was surely the second smartest housemate in the house after Will (Will probably has a MENSA level IQ). Will was as cunning as a fox and knew what to do to survive after all members of his alliance were evicted. This included making everyone hate him so people would want to take him to the final and throwing every competition to appear like he wasn’t a threat. The latter was a pioneering strategy and he never deviated from it even when his alliance members need him to win (they were subsequently evicted). He kissed ass and lied to people when he needed to and promised Hardy not to nominate either him or Nicole if he won HoH and proceeded to throw the competition so Monica could nominate both Hardy and Nicole. If this isn’t enough he told everyone he was going to lie, cheat and steal in order to win on his very first night in the house. He is without a doubt the best Big Brother player ever (and yes he should have won Allstars as well).

  • Tre Billis

    Disappointing article. Ian was not the third best winner ever unless you vote on liking the person. I agree with the Dr Will thing. Your deserving winners are even more missed up. Jerry over Dan???? Britney over Hayden? Danielle in All-Star? Messed up article.


    Andy is a bad winner? 2,322 votes? Andy played the best game that season!


    Also please stop saying Boogie and Maggie are inferior to Janelle as both played better than her. Winning competitions isn’t even relevant anymore.

  • Anon

    wtf is that list? No one should take this person’s opinion seriously.

  • Nimra Aziz

    Completely agree with James. Keeping Dr. Will aside, Dan Gheesling is by far the smartest player and he did compete with some pretty strong houseguests in his season.

  • Mac

    No way Janelle should’ve won All-Stars. Though her competition prowess was obviously impressive, from a strategic standpoint she was carried through the game. Chilltown should’ve been the final two, but good on Janelle and Erica for finally making a smart decision towards the end and getting Will out. That being said, with an Erica and Mike final two, there was no question who should’ve won. Still would’ve given it to Mike if it had been him and Janelle.

    That being said, I would’ve loved to have seen Janelle win Season 6. Ultimately, the Nerd Herd’s success is almost entirely because Howie made the idiotic decision to nominate James and Sarah week 5. In a house that divided, you HAVE to go after the other side before you go after floaters. They could’ve gotten rid of Maggie early and they didn’t. Whoops.

    Dan was great in Season 10. Great schemer, and he and Memphis did a good job of not letting emotions control them (which is something every single person in the final 9 did). Would’ve loved to have seen more of Brian but he screwed himself early. Watching BB10 and seeing people’s reactions to Dan’s antics is pretty hilarious when you know that he’s going to win on a unanimous vote.

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  • Jaybirdnifty

    I am a huge Janelle fan. However, I disagree that Janelle should have won Season 6. Janelle is a competition BEAST, beautiful, and one hell of a player. But she didn’t really seem to have a lot of social skills. I admire her for not swallowing her pride and trying to get into the Nerd Herd’s good graces, but I think she might have actually been able to win if she would have aligned herself with them. Her other team members kind of sucked. For example, Howie letting Maggie basically decide his nominations for him and putting up his friends and Kaysar letting go of the button when Jennifer promised that he’d be safe. Lets remember, Kaysar was supposed to be the ‘strategist’.

  • thelcc

    Usually the best players “on paper” don’t win or come close. It tends to be the ones riding the “bigger threats” (a smart move, but boring) coat tails and/or lucky enough to sneak by at the very end who end up winning or a bitter jury not voting for the truly better player.

    random thought:
    I wonder what it would be like if they couldn’t discuss nominations, who goes up, who the replacement nom would be or who their voting to evict or save, like other big brothers around the world, but still have the house guests vote for the eviction and if they are caught breaking rules- first time a warning and on slop, second time they loose their eviction voting privilege, third time they are up for eviction along with the original/replacement noms. and/or a punishment room like they had on bbau for each rule break. If the whole house or majority ignores these rules they loose all their clothes, go on slop, and cold showers etc. for the week or loose the right to compete in comps and if they still ignore the rules america votes for who is nominated.

  • Qi Zhao

    I don’t know why everyone loves Janelle….but that’s okay….the problem is that I don’t think she should be considered a good player, she’s just good at competitions, we can find such kind of ppl from some talent shows….she’s a threat and she let everyone know it, at first she wins certain competitions that she doesn’t have to, which forced her to win every single competition. that’s not how you play the game.

    in all star she was so blind to see that will was just using her.

    fine, she’s a competition beast, so why doesn’t she win the final HOH?

    but at least she’s likable. not like rachel/jeff/brendon,, who are just some arrogant ppl

  • monica landress

    dan & danielle were king and queen of the game! Hands down the most calculated gamers in BB history! what they did to Danielle Reyes was awful!

  • Jared

    If you think mike boogie got carried and is a bad player than your an idiot and you don’t know the game of big brother at all


    Amen to that. Seriously the whole Mike Boogie hate is bullshit. He is no Dan, Derrick and especially Will, but he played a really good game in All Stars. Without him, Erika would’ve put Will up on the block instead of Danielle.

  • iamanaminal

    Why the hell do you think Janelle deserved to win? She didn’t use her brain after the 1/2 way point in seasons 6 and 7, and she got evicted before jury in 14. She’s pathetic, hard to believe with all the mistakes she made in season 7, that she managed to get to the final 3!