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Morgan reveals which game moves she thinks won her Big Brother: OTT

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Morgan Willett entered the Big Brother: Over the Top house with a big secret: Her superfan sister, Alex, was playing the game with her. The two managed to keep their relationship quiet, and along the way, built a successfull all-girls alliance they called the Ball-Smashers. Though Alex got the boot several weeks ago, Morgan soldiered through on her own (and with some help from ally Shelby), winning competitions when her neck was on the line, charming America along the way, and eventually, becoming the lone person in her alliance to make it to finale night.

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Julie Chen on the Big Brother: OTT finale: 'I was and I wasn't surprised'

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Each week, following her live Q&A with the houseguests and with the evicted guest, Big Brother host Julie Chen answers a few questions just for EW about the latest events in the house. Here, she talks about finale night, including why she thinks Morgan pulled out the win over Jason.

Do you think Jason made the right call taking Kryssie to the final three? I do think Jason made the right decision by taking Kryssie over Justin. Justin, I suspect, probably had a nice following and would have been harder to beat.

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Shelby spills what would've made for a more 'interesting' season of Big Brother: OTT

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When Shelby Stockton got the Big Brother boot last week, she left Morgan Willett as the lone Ball-Smasher standing. Up until that point, Shelby had played a hard-fought game and managed to nab herself two HOH wins and a Power of Veto win to boot. But even though her ally Morgan was HOH, Justin’s care package sent Shelby to the block following Jason’s veto win. With the Late Night Jamboree voting to evict Shelby or one of their own, she was sent packing.

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Julie Chen says Justin's Big Brother: OTT flip was 'smart'

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Each week, following her live Q&A with the houseguests and with the evicted guest, Big Brother host Julie Chen answers a few questions just for EW about the latest events in the house. Here, she talks about week 7, including Justin’s smart game moves.

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Danielle reveals the move that 'backfired,' what's in store with Shane on Big Brother: OTT

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Up until this week, Danielle Lickey was the only contestant to survive America’s nomination on Big Brother: Over the Top. Though she didn’t exactly have an easy go-round in the Big Brother house (she dealt with bullies and the break-up of a showmance, among other things), she proved herself as a competition beast, and carried her Late Night Jamboree alliance members deep into the game.

Here, the 23-year-old preschool teacher from California breaks down her gameplay, and gives an update on the showmance that was gone too soon.

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Julie Chen on Big Brother: OTT: 'This season has me baffled'

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Each week, following her live Q&A with the houseguests and with the evicted guest, Big Brother host Julie Chen answers a few questions just for EW about the latest events in the house. Here, she talks about week 6, including thoughts on the double eviction and why it was important to reveal the election news to the houseguests.

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Big Brother: OTT: Whitney explains when she started doubting Ball Smashers

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Big Brother: Over the Top just had its dreaded double eviction, and not everyone made it out okay.

Whitney Hogg, a 21-year-old medical assistant from Kentucky, was the second houseguest evicted on Wednesday night. Head of Household Danielle Lickey put her up on the block alongside ally Justin Duncan. Former Ball Smashers alliance members Morgan Willett and Shelby Stockton voted to evict Duncan, but Kryssie Ridolfi and Jason Roy’s votes led to a tie. Lickey broke the tie and Hogg was sent out of the house.

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Big Brother: OTT's Alex explains the drawbacks of being a superfan

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A superfan of the game, Alex Willett was a strong competitor and strategist in Big Brother: Over the Top. And that’s likely what led to her being evicted from the house.

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Big Brother: OTT will reveal election results to houseguests — exclusive

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It’s been nearly impossible to avoid election news in the past few weeks, but there’s a group of people in America who know nothing about it: Big Brother: Over the Top houseguests.

The houseguests entered the house on Sep. 28 and have been uninformed of all the events of the outside world — until now. For the first time since 2001, the Big Brother producers have decided to reveal news, EW has exclusively learned. On Thursday, the houseguests will find out what all of America knows: That Donald Trump will be our next president.

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Julie Chen makes her Big Brother: OTT top 3 picks

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Each week, following her live Q&A with the houseguests and with the evicted guest, Big Brother host Julie Chen answers a few questions just for EW about the latest events in the house. Here, she talks about week 5, including who she thinks will flip alliances first.

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