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After a long summer of manipulation, betrayal and all the other underhanded adjectives that go along with Big Brother, Catholic school teacher Dan Gheesling was crowned the game's winner by a 7-0 vote from his evicted peers. We caught up with him to learn his plans for the cash after besting his "Renegade" ally, what he believes was the defining moment of his game (which might surprise you), how he really feels about Keesha and when he'll be heading to confession. TVGuide.com: Congratulations! What are your plans for the $500,000?Dan Gheesling: It's very overwhelming. I do have some plans, but I'm not sure how immediate they will be. My girlfriend Monica is probably going to be getting a gift that fits on her left ring finger, but when that's going to happen, we still need to talk about. Other than that, it will probably be some smart investments. I want to stay in teaching a
The following post contains spoiler information regarding the winner of Big Brother 10.After a summer of lying, backstabbing and hooking up (you know, the usual Big Brother stuff), a winner has been crowned. Dan, the Catholic school teacher from Michigan was chosen as this season's champion and winner of $500,000 in a 7-0 vote by the jury of evicted houseguests. Dan was a favorite among fans all summer, being chosen as America's Player midway through the game. (He was also consistently at the top of our weekly Power Ranking polls.)Dan was sitting in the final two beside his "Renegade" alliance member Memphis, who took home $50,000 for coming in second. Also, Keesha, a Final Four housguest and former alliance member of both Dan and Memphis, earned $25,00 after being voted America's Favorite Juror. (Read our special recap of the finale here.)Did the right player win? Were you pleased with America's choice of favorite juror? Also, if you have questions for either of the Final Two, shar...
Jerry MacDonald made history before he ever walked through the Big Brother house's front door by being the oldest person ever cast for a reality TV show. And then the 75-year-old made memories by fondling a fellow houseguest two-thirds his age and being in the middle of several of the season's most heated shouting matches. Even so, the great-grandpa from Texas worked his way to the Final 3 before being evicted just short of the prize money. In our chat he tells us why he was so grabby, why he makes no apologies for his behavior in the house and the real reason behind his problems with Dan. TVGuide.com: Getting booted just short of the money can't feel good.Jerry MacDonald: It was a great ride, and I played as hard as I possibly could. I don't feel I have to apologize for any of my actions. I felt good about the people in the end, and in the last half of the season, I tried to play nice to improve my image. To get to the Final 3, I think, was qui
Between her multiple wigs and boas as vibrant as her personality, Renny Martyn definitely brought plenty of color to the Big Brother house this season. Her antics kept us (and her fellow houseguests) entertained, but her charm was ultimately seen as her biggest threat, causing the other players to evict her rather than possibly sitting beside her at the end. We chatted with Renny about her feelings toward Memphis, her sleepwalking and whether her not her many wigs symbolize her multiple personalities. TVGuide.com: That was maybe the most gracious Big Brother exit we've seen. How are you feeling now? Still no hard feelings?Renny Martyn: I'm feeling wonderful, really good. As much as I a hate not still being there, I'm glad to see the world again. I don't have any hard feelings. I don't blame them for not wanting to take me to the end — they probably wouldn't have won. [Laughs