'Big Brother' Season 20 Finale: New Winner, Live Proposal
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The finale sees the last battle between the last remaining houseguests, Kaycee Clark, JC Mounduix and Tyler Crispen, in order to go home with a shot at $500,000.

AceShowbiz - "Big Brother" season 20 wrapped up on Wednesday night, September 26. The finale saw the last battle between the last remaining houseguests, Kaycee Clark, JC Mounduix and Tyler Crispen, in order to go home with a shot at $500,000.

During the episode, Kaycee decided to "Level Six" and maintained her alliance with Tyler, taking him until the final two. Firstly, the three were put against each other in Part 1 and Part 2 of the final Head of Household competition. Tyler won Part 1 with Kaycee coming out as the winner Part 2.

Tyler and Kaycee later squared off in the traditional jury-members-video-quiz season-ending contest. As they both missed two questions, they were given a tiebreaker. They had to guess how many seconds the "Jet Pack" competition lasted.

Kaycee guessed almost correctly, that made her the very last Head of Household of the summer. With that, JC was evicted as Kaycee and Tyler went to the Final Two.

Now it was time for the jury of their peers to vote for the winner. Angela Rummans believed that Tyler should be the winner, saying, "The person that should win the game is the person that made the moves."

During her plea, Kaycee attempted to convince the jurors that she had the best social game. "I knew my social game was going to take me very, very far," she said.

It seemed like it worked as host Julie Chen-Moonves revealed that the winner of current season 20 was Kaycee, who got 5 votes. However, Tyler was not going home empty-handed as he bagged $50,000 as this season's runner-up and another $25,000 for being America's Favorite Houseguest.

The episode was not only a big day for winner Kaycee. Former houseguest Bayleigh Dayton was getting proposed on live TV as Chris "Swaggy C" Williams decided to pop the question during the episode.

"I don't really care about any girl in the world. I want you and only you. Will you marry me? Bayleigh?" Swaggy, who was evicted in the July 12 episode, asked. Bayleigh obviously said yes, prompting Julie to exclaim, "We have an engagement!"

The unexpected proposal had fans talking on Twitter with one fan writing, "Swaggy & Bayleigh stealing whoever wins shine #bb20." However, some fans appeared to doubt their relationship due to the short amount of time they've known each other. "im already embarrassed for Swaggy and Bayleigh 23 days of knowing each other and a live proposal. please prove us wrong!" said a fan.

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