Big Brother winner Jordan Sangha has made a life-changing decision following his victory on the ITV2 reality show. The 26-year-old, who previously worked as a lawyer, has announced that he is quitting his high-paying job in law after winning a cash prize of £100,000.
In an interview with The Sun, Jordan revealed that he has no intention of returning to a day job and expressed his interest in pursuing more opportunities in television. He mentioned the importance of maintaining a steady income and seeking new television projects to keep the money coming in.
During his time on the show, Jordan formed a romantic connection with fellow finalist Henry Southan, leading viewers to root for the couple. Many fans have even suggested that the two men should have their own spin-off show together, with Jordan expressing his enthusiasm for the idea and his desire to spend more time with Henry.
After winning the show, Jordan playfully alluded to plans of getting a hotel room with Henry. However, he clarified that they have not yet shared a room, emphasizing that their accommodations were separate during their stay in an ITV-provided hotel.
Jordan's response to his cash prize also caught the attention of fans, who hailed him as an "icon." While hosts AJ Odudu and Will Best announced his victory, Jordan humorously stated that he would use the money to pay his council tax, earning praise from viewers on social media for his unique and amusing response.
Fans of Jordan highlighted how his comment perfectly encapsulated his personality and celebrated his win with an outpouring of support on Twitter.
Jordan Sangha's decision to leave his legal career behind and his entertaining quips have endeared him to Big Brother fans. As he moves forward after his win, Jordan's future endeavors in the world of television will undoubtedly be closely watched by his enthusiastic supporters.