‘It’s been 13 years since a chick has won!’: Big Brother’s Christina Podolyan reveals what she hopes to spend the $250,000 prize money on as she celebrates reaching the final three
Big Brother star Christina Podolyan has revealed what winning the show would mean to her ahead of the grand finale on Tuesday night.
On Monday, the 22-year-old told Daily Mail Australia she’d be elated to be crowned champion because ‘it’s been 13 years since a chick has won’, before explaining what she hopes to do with the $250,000 prize money.
‘I would spend it by helping my mum at home, because she’s got a little one – a two-year-old – and she’s been working extensively,’ she said.
Will she take the crown? Big Brother beauty Christina Podolyan has spoken out ahead of the show’s grand finale on Tuesday night
‘It breaks my heart seeing her do that all the time, so I just want to give back to her. To let her enjoy life for what it is for as much as I can.’
Christina has reached the final three alongside Sarah Jane Adams and Marley Biyendolo after spending more than 60 days in the house.
The last female winner was Terri Munro, who bagged the title back in 2008.
Family: On Monday, the 22-year-old told Daily Mail Australia she’d be elated to be crowned champion because ‘it’s been 13 years since a chick has won’, before explaining what she plans to do with the $250,000 prize money
Revealing why she thinks she’s deserving of the crown, Christina added: ‘I fought really, really hard.
‘I already do feel like a winner. Obviously it would mean the world to get over that finish line.
‘But I do feel like that already standing besides [Sarah and Marley].’
Who will win? Marley Biyendolo (right), Sarah Jane Adams (left) and Christina (centre) make up the final three
Channel Seven reported on Sunday that while the show was supposed to be filmed in front of a large studio audience, that has since changed due to the ongoing pandemic.
Out of the final three, one contender is the clear favourite to win it all according to multiple betting websites.
As of Monday morning, both Sportsbet and TAB had 26-year-old basketballer Marley as the short-odds favourite to walk away with the cash prize.
Sportsbet had the Melburnian at $1.40 to be the last man standing in the house, with Christina lagging behind at $3.00.
Sarah Jane is at long odds to win, sitting at $11.
The Big Brother finale will air Tuesday, June 29 at 7:30pm on Seven
Short-priced fave: Out of the final three, 26-year-old basketballer Marley (pictured) is the clear favourite to win it all, according to multiple betting websites