Doncaster's Chloe Wilburn wins Big Brother final 2015

Chloe Wilburn, aged 25, is in the final of Big Brother 2015
Chloe Wilburn, aged 25, is in the final of Big Brother 2015

The final of Big Brother 2015 was won by Chloe Wilburn, from Doncaster.

Chloe, a 25-year-old office worker, has won Big Brother 2015 and scoops the prize money of £116,000.


She beat out five other finalists to take the crown.


Chloe emerged from the house in tears before exclaiming 'how does everybody know who I am!?'


In her interview on the show just after emerging from the house, Chloe said: 'I'm just so shocked I don't feel like I deserve it. Everyone was so amazing.


'I really think people just forgot I was in there. There was a point where I got put up for nomination for being the least deserving to be there and I felt a little bit overshadowed.


'Back in Doncaster with my mates I'm rolling on the floor but in there it was a little bit overpowering.


'I feel like I love those people in that house so much for what they were. I had so much in trust in them that they were what they said they were.


'Jack is so irritating, but he is the funniest man I have ever met. I just love him to bits.


'I thought I was going on a club 18-30 with all these randomers and we were just going to get drunk but it was so hard. It's not all laughs and getting drunk, it's testing and it's difficult.


'I've cried more tears in there than in my whole life. But I've had the time of my life.'


Speaking about her daughter’s achievement, Theresa Conneely, of Bentley, said: “Chloe has been herself the whole way through, she’s just a genuine, down-to-earth girl and that’s come across.


“Her personality has shone through and she’s done Doncaster proud.


“You hear a lot of negative things about Doncaster, but Chloe has gone on there and shown people from Doncaster are nice genuine people.


“I think Chloe has been very funny and very witty.


“Ninety per cent of the ex-housemates who have come out have said they would like her to win, so for them to be endorsing her shows she has obviously made a good impression.


“It makes me quite emotional to talk about it because I’m so proud of her.”


Despite claiming to be a self-confessed chav in her pre-show recordings, Theresa says her daughter has proved she is anything but.


She said: “Chloe did warn us her video was a bit controversial, but I think during her time on the show she’s shown she’s so far removed from a chav, she’s just a normal girl.”


Theresa and a group of friends and family are making their way to London to support Chloe at the live final tonight and are planning a big celebration when she returns to Doncaster.