Who Won 'Celebrity Big Brother 2022' and Was It the Right Choice?

The 11 contestants of Celebrity Big Brother Season 3 have been keeping viewers entertained for the past 29 days.

The season's winner was crowned in Wednesday's finale. Read on to find out who won the CBS reality show and what prize they received—as well as whether viewers think they were the right choice.

Who Won 'Celebrity Big Brother' Season 3?

Todrick Hall, Miesha Tate and Cynthia Bailey were the final three in the Big Brother house after Todd Bridges and Lamar Odom exited the show during Monday's double elimination.

In Wednesday's episode, Tate, Bailey and Hall competed to win the head of the household title with a game of Shout Outs, which was won by MMA fighter Tate.

The 35-year-old's win guaranteed she was through to the final two—and she chose to bring singer/dancer Hall with her after he and Bailey made speeches pleading their case.

Hall, 36, gushed: "Miesha, my ride or die. I have had the time of my life playing the game with you. I came into this house hoping to make it this far but I never thought in a million years I would meet a dynamic duo partner like Derrick and Cody, the people I fell in love with when they played this game [in Big Brother Season 16].

"This has been a tremendous experience and whether you took me to the end or not I would be so grateful to have met you.

"You have changed my life in so many ways. I think you are an incredible human and the vulnerability you have shown as a white person in 2022 to talk to me that a lot of people would be afraid to talk about, I think is what we need in this world more than anything."

It was then up to the former housemates to return and vote for the winner.

Tate and Hall told their co-stars why they wanted to win the competition, with the former saying she wanted to "inspire" her daughter and other children to dream big, and to know that "girls can be amazing."

The "Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels" songwriter said he wanted to win in order to make art for his community and fans.

Tate's speech swayed her former housemates and she was named the winner with a 7-1 vote. Her prize was $250,000, while Hall earned $50,000 for second place.

After her victory, the MMA fighter said she couldn't "quite put words to the feeling."

Carson Kressley won the viewers' vote for favorite houseguest and a $25,000 prize.

Was the Winner of 'Celebrity Big Brother' the Right Choice?

From the moment Tate was crowned, Celebrity Big Brother fans were discussing the result on Twitter.

Hall became the subject of the trending hashtag #TodrickExposedParty as viewers criticized his behavior in the house.

One fan tweeted: "As much as @todrick deserves to lose,@MieshaTate deserves to win #CelebrityBigBrother."

Another viewer described Tate as the "Well deserved winner of #CelebrityBigBrother."

A third fan posted: "Congrats on winning #CelebrityBigBrother! I was rooting for you from day one. God bless you Miesha-you handled yourself with grace & integrity."

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(L-R) Miesha Tate, Todrick Hall and Cynthia Bailey in the finale of Celebrity Big Brother on February 23. Screen Grab/CBS C2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved