Big Brother’s final three contestants will tonight battle it out for a grand prize of almost a quarter of a million dollars.

Big Brother’s final three contestants will tonight battle it out for a grand prize of almost a quarter of a million dollars. Former footy player Daniel Gorringe and house lovebirds Chad Hurst and Sophie Budack are the final three left in the house, going head to head for the $250,000 grand prize.
Well, slightly less than $250k, after housemate Keiran had earlier accepted a bribe of $15,344 out of the prize kitty to leave the game.
Even with $15k knocked off the top, it’s not a bad prize for sitting around in a house in Sydney for just over a month – particularly given this season’s housemates were arguably the safest people in Australia, protected from the escalating coronavirus pandemic happening outside their compound. 
If you want to vote for your favourite contestant to win, you can do it online but you’d better be quick – voting closes once the grand finale starts tonight, and closes earlier in NT, SA and WA. 
All the action kicks off on Seven from 7:30pm tonight – join us back here as we liveblog the grand finale. In the meantime, you can catch up on last night’s semi-final recap and all of James Weir’s recaps from the season so far – and don’t forget to vote in our reader poll below, too:
Live Updates
7:44 pmJuly 22, 2020
Ange pays a special tribute to the small fluffy dog Big Brother had at one stage paired her with, “Benjamin.”
“Benjamin was amazing. I’m happy to see him on screen but not one on one again. But yeah, Benjamin was amazing,” she insists.
Sonia jumps in with a correction: The dog’s name was Jackson. Clearly the two formed an incredible bond.
7:33 pmJuly 22, 2020
Twenty housemates entered the house, now only three remain. Will lovebirds Chad or Sophie go home with the cash, or will Alpha male Daniel win? More importantly, will we get to see Queen Angela again during this live finale?
6:35 pmJuly 22, 2020
Not long now until we find out whether Chad, Sophie or Daniel will win Big Brother 2020. Those in Eastern states can still cast their votes for who they want to win Big Brother – but if you’re in NT, SA or WA, sorry, voting has closed.
But don’t worry – you can still vote in our reader poll above…