Luke Anderson has been crowned the winner of Big Brother 2012.
The 31-year-old screamed with delight after he beat Adam Kelly to win the public vote, lifting the £50,000 prize money.
Miss India UK Deana Uppal, 23, came third, while Scots hopeful Sara McLean, also a former beauty queen, came in fourth place.
Luke left the house to huge cheers and was presented with his £50,000 prize money by host Brian Dowling.
Discussing his win, he said: "It's great to feel accepted.
"I don't think it's sunk in yet. A big part of it was about acceptance. All my life I've been an outsider. Thank you so much."
Speaking of the divide in the house, he added: "It was pretty traumatic when it was at its worst.
"You did feel alone in the house and that's how [Deana, Adam and I] found each other. Without Adam and Deana I would have been alone all the time."
On what he's learned about himself, Luke said: "I've learned that I can be very stubborn, very determined and quite sarcastic at times."
Deana Uppal finished in third place, with Sara McLean and Luke Scrase coming fourth and fifth respectively.
Edinburgh-born Sara said she was delighted with her position on the show, commenting: "I'm so happy. I didn't think I'd get anywhere near the final."
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