Big Brother: Marley has ‘no plans to split the $250,000 prize if he wins’


‘It was never a discussion’: Big Brother finalist Marley has NO plans to split the $250,000 prize if he wins – despite Sarah Jane admitting she would

He’s reached the final three on Big Brother Australia – and with victory in sight, Marley Biyendolo says he won’t be sharing the prize money if he wins.

The 26-year-old bookies’ favourite told Daily Mail Australia this week there had been no discussion among the remaining housemates to split the $250,000.

It comes after fellow housemate Sarah Jane Adams, 66, admitted she would give some of her winnings to Marley and an ex-contestant.

‘It was never a discussion with me’: He’s reached the final three on Big Brother Australia – and with victory in sight, Marley Biyendolo says he won’t be sharing the prize money if he wins

‘No, it was never a discussion with me,’ said Marley. ‘I’m not sure I have heard about it being a discussion with anyone else in the house.’ 

‘I don’t think there was a discussion that was had, that anyone ever wanted to split the money with someone else,’ he continued.

Speaking of his fellow housemates, Marley said there were some ‘real fighters’ that did ‘everything they could’ to get to the end of the competition.  

Miscommunication? The 26-year-old bookies' said there had been no discussion among the remaining housemates to split the $250,000. It comes after fellow housemate Sarah Jane Adams, 66, admitted she would give some of her winnings to Marley and an ex-contestant

Miscommunication? The 26-year-old bookies’ favourite said there had been no discussion among the remaining housemates to split the $250,000. However, fellow housemate Sarah Jane Adams, 66, admitted she would give some of her winnings to Marley and an ex-contestant

‘It’s something I respect about this cast,’ said the basketballer. ‘Everyone wanted to take this thing out and do everything they could to get there.’

‘There definitely wasn’t any discussion between me and anyone else [about splitting the winnings],’ he added. ‘Whoever gets it, and gets up there, deserves the 250k.’

His admission comes after Sarah Jane said she would ‘look after Marley’ and ‘another housemate’ – whom she did not name – if she were to win the show.

Going solo: 'There definitely wasn't any discussion between me and anyone else [about splitting the winnings],' he said. 'Whoever gets it, and gets up there, deserves the 250k'

Going solo: ‘There definitely wasn’t any discussion between me and anyone else [about splitting the winnings],’ he said. ‘Whoever gets it, and gets up there, deserves the 250k’ 

Seven reported on Sunday that while the show was supposed to be filmed in front of a large studio audience, that has changed due to the Covid outbreak.

Meanwhile, out of the final three, one is the clear favourite to win it all.

As of Tuesday morning, both Sportsbet and TAB have Marley as the short-odds favourite to take home the $250,000.

Numbers game: Out of the final three, Marley is the clear favourite to win it all, according to Sportsbet and TAB. Pictured with Sarah Jane and Christina Podolyan

Numbers game: Out of the final three, Marley is the clear favourite to win it all, according to Sportsbet and TAB. Pictured with Sarah Jane and Christina Podolyan

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