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Nikki Grahame Apologises After Ruining The Last Ever Big Brother Final

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Nikki Grahame Apologises After Ruining The Last Ever Big Brother Final

Big Brother legend Nikki Grahame has been forced to apologise after she spoiled the last ever Big Brother final by revealing the winner 15 minutes before it was due to be announced.

On Monday night, Cameron Cole became the winner of the last ever series of the reality programme on Channel 5, but before host Emma Willis had chance to announce the news, Nikki had already let it slip.

"Cameron you smashed it!!!" she tweeted. "F*cking massive congratulations you legend #Cameron #champion #bbuk."

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Fans were quick to point out that their winner hadn't been revealed yet, however it clearly stated on screen that voting had ended before Nikki let the cat out the bag.

The iconic "who is she?!" housemate has since apologised for spoiling the moment, claiming that she didn't actually know she'd let slip and that she was merely 'predicting' that Cameron would be crowned as winner.

Credit: Channel 5
Credit: Channel 5

"Am I in trouble? Oh, I'm so sorry guys," she told Digital Spy. "Oh, I just meant that Cameron, I knew he'd won it! I've made my predictions."

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When asked why she was so confident that Cameron would make it to the top spot, she said: "I can see star quality when I recognise it, I'll tell you what, I loved him but when I met him, I loved him even more."

Meanwhile, Cameron was amused by Nikki's blunder, telling the publication: "That's Nikki Graham all over!"

Emma Willis bid farewell to the reality programme during last night's last ever live final, telling fans: "Big Brother entered our lives in the year 2000, before iPhones, iPods, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

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"It brought real people from ordinary homes into our lives every single night and creates a whole new genre of TV, which changed popular culture forever."

As she emotions got the better of her, she continued: "The 19 series alone have given us 1,352 days - that's 3.7 years of television and 327 housemates. Tonight, we will crown the 19th and quite possibly last champion.

"I can't promise there won't be tears, but we will be going out with a mighty bang."

Featured Image Credit: Channel 5

Topics: TV News, Big Brother, TV Entertainment

Emma Rosemurgey
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