Will Matt Klotz return to Baton Rouge after Big Brother?
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Baton Rouge resident Matt Klotz came in second place after competing for the $750,000 grand prize on Thursday night’s Big Brother finale.
The former LSU swimmer and deaf Olympic gold medalist will have lived in the Big Brother house for nearly 100 days – the longest season ever for the reality show which marked its 25th season.
Contestants are completely cut off from the outside world while in the house except for an occasional letter from a family member as a prize for winning a competition.
Klotz outlasted 14 other contestants to make the final three. He was joined by Jag Bains and Bowie Jane on finale night.
The trio will be whittled down to two during a three-part competition that started earlier in the week.
Klotz was able to win the first part, allowing him to skip ahead to the final competition that aired live Thursday night.
If he makes it to the final two, a jury of former housemates will vote on the winner.
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