Tim's tipped to win but Jade may yet steal Big Brother crown

HERE’S CHEERS: Big Brother 2013 final housemates Tahan Lew-Fatt, Tim Dormer and Ballina model Jade Albany.
HERE’S CHEERS: Big Brother 2013 final housemates Tahan Lew-Fatt, Tim Dormer and Ballina model Jade Albany. Paul Broben

BIG Brother pot-stirrer Tim Dormer is the thorn between two roses in tonight's Big Brother grand final.

The 29-year-old is tipped to take out the show's $250,000 grand prize after being the favourite to win for most of the series.

But the mischievous Sydney surfer could be upset by either of the other two finalists, outspoken Darwin beauty Tahan Lew-Fatt and Ballina model Jade Albany.

Recent evictee Alex 'Boog' Roe tips Tahan to win, while Jade's former "fake" husband Anthony 'Drew' Drew, also evicted on Monday night, reckons Tim and Tahan's similarities might split fans and give Jade the edge.

"Jade's the most different of the three," Drew said.

"Tim and Tahan could be lumped in together. They could split their own votes.

"It would be good to see the ex-wife come and take the winnings."

But Roe, who entered the Big Brother house as an intruder, says she doesn't understand why the blonde bombshell has survived eviction for so long.

"I didn't expect Drew to leave last night; I thought it was going to be Jade," she said.

"I just feel like the other two bring a lot more to the game than Jade does. I'm still confused why she's still there, but she is still there so I guess she's done a good job."

But Drew believes the housemates and viewers got to see another side to Jade before and after her romance with Ed.

"She was obviously devastated when Ed left - she has genuine feelings for him - but she came back and was quite good value the last week," he said.

Tonight's grand final will see all 17 evicted housemates return before one of the three finalists is crowned and made $250,000 richer.

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