Season 19 of the hit reality show "Big Brother" came to an end last night. The final three houseguests were Christmas Abbott, Josh Martinez, and Paul Abrahamian. The trio made it to the end with one more Head of Household competition to go, and then it would be up to the jury as to who would win the grand prize.

Final Head of Household

In the final Head of Household of the season, 23-year-old Josh Martinez competed against veteran player Paul Abrahamian. The competition was called "Scales of Just Us," and Paul and Josh had to decide how their former houseguests finished certain statements. There were a total of eight statements in the comp, and Josh pulled off the win by a score of 4-2.

With that final win, it was up to Josh to make the huge decision as to who would go to the final two with him. Josh decided to evict Christmas, saying that he believed he had more of a chance to win the jury votes against Paul. So with that, Christmas walked out of the "Big Brother" house, becoming the ninth juror.

The jury votes

While speaking to the nine jury members before the live vote took place, Josh admitted that he was a super fan of the show. Josh said that he has been watching "Big Brother" since he was 14-years-old, and it was his dream to win the show. He also said he wanted to win the grand prize of $500,000 for his family.

Besides Christmas, the jury was made up of Alex Ow, Cody Nickson, Elena Davies, Jason Dent, Kevin Schlehuber, Mark Jansen, Matt Clines, and Raven Walton.

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The jury members cast their votes, and after host Julie Chen read eight of the votes, there was a tie at 4-4. Then the final vote was counted, and it was for Josh to be the winner.

Christmas, Kevin, Raven, and Matt were the four who voted for Paul to win. Jury members and fellow houseguests Alex, Jason, Mark, Elena, and Cody voted for Josh. Another prize awarded on finale night is for America's Favorite Player, (AFP.) The winner of this is decided by fans of the show who vote online weeks prior to the final episode.

Julie Chen informed the viewers that there were over 15 million people who voted for AFP. The top three vote-getters were Kevin, Cody, and Jason. Cody Nickson ended up winning America's Favorite Player, which earned him a $25,000 prize.

Fans of the show won't have to wait until next summer to get their "Big Brother" fix. It was recently announced that there will be a celebrity edition of "Big Brother" coming to CBS this winter. The cast will be announced in the next couple of months.