The end of Big Brother: How many winners do you remember?

The end of Big Brother: How many winners do you remember?

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All British winners of Big Brother

After 18 years roommates, expulsions, controversies and tasks – so many tasks – it's finally time for the final Big Brother finale.

The 19th and final series of the long-running reality show ends on Monday. Below you can see the first 18 winners (without celebrity series).

  • Davina McCall sends love to Big Brother

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Craig Phillips, along with presenter Davina McCall, became the first winner when the reality show 2000 debuted on Channel 4.

The Liverpudlian Builder, who donated £ 70,000 to a Down's Syndrome friend, turned his home improvement skills into a successful television career.

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Ireland Brian Dowling After winning the second series the following year also a successful career in broadcasting.

The former flight attendant also won the Ultimate Big Brother in 2010 and presented Big Brother after moving to Channel 5 in 2011.

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Beckenham was born Kate Lawler became the first female winner in 2002. She went on to present the Channel 4 Breakfast Show Rise and now has a show on Virgin Radio.

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Scotland Cameron Stout They exchanged the Orkney Islands in 2003 against the Big Brother House and eventually became the winner of the fourth series.

The devout Christian, who used part of his earnings to buy a new piano for his church, is now working as a teacher. He also presents a regular show called Moved by Music on BBC Radio Orkney.

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Portugal Nadia Almada 2004 became the first transgender winner of Big Brother. It followed a moderately successful TV career and she released a single called A Little Bit of Action.

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After winning Big Brother in 2005, he was a hairdresser Anthony Hutton returned to his day job. In Darlington he now operates a combination of barbers and bar.

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Pete BennettThe upcoming singer of Tourette Syndrome was a popular champion when he won the seventh series in 2006. Now he runs a cleaning service for celebrities in Brighton.

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Brian Belo brought a bit of Basildon 2007 into the Big Brother house and finally came out victorious. He wrote a column about the program for the Heat Magazine.

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Rachel Rice The bookmakers surprised bookies when they won Big Brother in 2008. The Welsh model and trainees used some of their £ 100,000 profits to pay off their student loans.

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With dwindling ratings, Channel 4 announced in 2009 that next year's series would be the last to air. Glamor model Sophie Reade In the end, she won the 2009 edition.

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Josie Gibson won the last series of Big Brother, which was shown on Channel 4. She became a columnist, television presenter and personal trainer.

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The 12th series, the first to be shown on Channel 5, ended with Aaron Allard-Morgan be crowned and go away with half the price of £ 100,000.

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Luke Anderson, one of two Lukes that appeared in the 2012 edition, was the first transgender to win the show.

Now a cook, he tweeted this week This big brother had "changed his life for the better" and he was "sad, they are going to see".

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Being completely deaf by birth did not stop Sam Evans Won the Big Brother in 2013. Born in Wales, he is now a charity ambassador.

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Before he won Big Brother in 2014, Helen WoodHis main claim to fame was an alleged relationship with a former Premiership footballer.

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Chloe Wilbur was the only woman among the six finalists when she won Big Brother in 2015.

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real estate developer Jason Burrill By far, he became the oldest Big Brother winner when he won the 2016 series at the age of 45.

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The penultimate series was 21 years old Isabelle Warburton Win 52% of the final vote and win £ 65,000 in prize money.

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