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Aaron Allard

Aaron Allard-Morgan (born 20 November 1980[1]) was the winner of Big Brother 2011. He was a contract manager from Weston-super-Mare.[1] He was nominated for eviction in Weeks 1, 3, 5 and 7.[2] On each occasion, he received the highest proportion of votes to save from the public. On Day 41, Aaron was one of four housemates to win a place at a red carpet premiere of horror movie Paranormal Activity 3.[3] Aaron is the twelfth winner of Big Brother UK winning £50,990.[4]

Aaron has made several television appearances since leaving the house on OK! TV, The Wright Stuff and Big Brother's Bit on the Side. He is currently running a bar in Weston-super-Mare and wrote a book about his experience in Big Brother.

His bar now appears to be closed down, (2014, according to its Facebook page).[5]
Preceded by
Josie Gibson
Big Brother UK winner
Series 12 (2011)
Succeeded by
Luke Anderson

References

  1. ^ a b
  2. ^ 'Big Brother Aaron and Jem up for eviction after latest nominations twist' Digital Spy 25 October 2011
  3. ^ 'Big Brother Paddy Doherty returns to house tonight' Digital Spy 19 October 2011
  4. ^ 'Aaron Allard Morgan wins Big Brother 2011 Digital Spy 11 November 2011
  5. ^ https://www.facebook.com/BarZinger
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