It's hard to imagine there have been nineteen winners in the history of Big Brother.
Whether they won competitions, floated along or manipulated their way to the finish line, all of the house guests below have won $500,000 as a result of coming out on top of this show.
But who was the BEST winner and why? Let's count them down!
Adam was a decent player, but he was part of the Winter edition of the series that was only on the air because of the 2007 Writer's Strike. With bizarre changes to the format, it was the worst edition of the series. After winning the $500,000, Adam thought it was a good idea to use the money to fund his one drug ring. Yes, he's the worst.
Lisa Donahue made some bold moves during her time in the house, but there's no denying that Danielle Reyes played the better game. Danielle never won because the jury was bitter as hell because she got them all out. Lisa's win paved the way for a rule change that meant the jurors were sequestered.
Steve was a genuinely nice person in the house, but his strategy did not match up to Vanessa Rousso's. She had more competition wins, and manipulated everyone in the house. Steve pretty much coasted to the end, but because Vanessa was evicted at the final hurdle, he was in the final two with a less deserving winner.
Jordan Lloyd only won because she was the nicer of the two at the end. She took Natalie Martinez. Jordan had a higher competition win, but Natalie was a solid strategist who fought for her survival every week. Unfortunately, Jordan didn't really start playing the game until she returned for Big Brother 13.
Eddie won Big Brother when it was a completely different show. He was a deserving winner of the initial iteration of the series. There was no strategy at that point, but he was a likable guy.
Maggie Ausburn was part of the infamous "The Friendship" alliance. Some argued that she was protected throughout her time in the house. Others would say that she knew when to cause a scene. With just one HOH win, she is one of few winners who managed to float to the end with little wins.