Jordan Sangha has won Big Brother 2023, and his reaction is spot on.
Following six weeks of drama, romance, shocking evictions, and so much more, the 26-year-old qualified lawyer from Scunthorpe won the £100,000 grand prize in the first ITV series last night.
Jordan’s victory was a landslide, with over 37% of the vote – it’s easy to see why he’s known as the People’s Princess.
Meanwhile, dancer Olivia, 23, finished second, and food writer Henry, 25, finished third.
Yinrun, 25, finished fourth, while former Miss GB Noky, 26, finished fifth.
Jordan returned to social media this morning to thank BB fans for their support in the most Jordan way possible after an epic wrap party and, most likely, waking up a little hazy.
All housemates set their online accounts to private prior to the revival series to reduce the risk of trolling, but once they left the iconic house, they were all eager to post photos together and keep viewers updated on their antics.
Jordan took to Instagram to share his Big Brother promo photo, in which he stands with his arms folded and a cheeky smile on his face, wearing a loud, printed shirt, as his follower count continues to grow.
His caption read: ‘And that’s a wrap! Thank you to all who watched and voted ⭐️ (Never again)’
King of sarcasm and dry humour, or what?
In the comments, though, his thousands of followers were full of praise for their winner.
‘Literally our king’, one commenter declared.
View this post on Instagram
Another penned: ‘we’re all so proud of you!! most deserving winner!!’
‘Plz run off in to the sunset with Henry!’, one joked.
Of course, Jordan and Henry’s relationship was arguably the main storyline this series, as fans watched them grow closer before they started sharing kisses in the final week.
It’s safe to say doctor Matty, 24, is now firmly out of the equation after a brief ‘love triangle’ early on, as Jordan and Henry have made it clear they want to figure things out between them.
Speaking in his exit interview, Henry revealed he and Jordan are already planning holidays to both Florence and New York City together.
Jordan, of course, had some jokes to make about how he had referred to their romance as ‘platonic’ for weeks.
Asked where their relationship might go next, Jordan replied: ‘Henry and I made a promise that whoever wins, we would go to a five-star hotel or somewhere decent… with a twin room. We won’t be sleeping in the beds!’
Also on his win, Jordan – who applied for Big Brother ‘on a whim’ – expressed his shock after Will Best announced his name as the victor.
Jordan said that he felt ‘honoured’ to win the show. However, he never imagined walking away with the money.
He said: ‘The money will be nice, won’t it… did I think I could win it? No.’
In an interview with ITV for the Big Brother social channels, Jordan added that he was ‘delighted’ with the win, having ‘always loved’ Big Brother.
‘What I’ve learned from this experience is that I’m not as stringent with myself, as much as I have been in the past, you know, with a legal background, legal education.
‘Instead, I can just think, F it and go for it, and it’s jolly good fun doing that and I don’t feel any shame for having done that.’