Ian Terry Revealed What He Did With His ‘Big Brother 14’ Prize Money
The winner of Big Brother receives $500,000 and major bragging rights. Ian Terry won Big Brother 14 and is back again to possibly win more prize money. He revealed what he did with the money he already won.
Ian Terry won ‘Big Brother 14’
Big Brother 14 had a big twist of four veterans Britney Haynes, Dan Gheesling, Janelle Pierzina, and Mike “Boogie” Malin returning to be coaches to the new players. Terry was a member of Team Boogie.
Eventually Terry got Malin evicted. He won four Head of Household competitions and two Power of Veto competitions. He eventually won the whole season getting the $500,000 prize. Dan Gheesling was the runner-up.
Gheesling teased for some time that he might have an announcement for Big Brother fans. Many expected this to mean he’d return for Big Brother 22.
He responded to fans on Twitch once it was clear he wasn’t returning. “I’m sure there are some people who are disappointed, I’m sure there are people that are laughing right now…this wasn’t the intention, but as things started to snowball…either you feel really angry or you’re laughing,” he said.
Gheesling didn’t return, but Terry did. There are some other impressive houseguests in the house with him.
He stands out in the ‘Big Brother 22’ cast
Big Brother 22 is an all-star season. Terry has returned for another shot at the prize along with other alums.
Nicole Franzel, Da’Vonne Rogers, Kaysar Ridha, Pierzina, Dani Briones, Bayleigh Dayton, Enzo Palumbo, Cody Calafiore, Kevin Campbell, Christmas Abbott, David Alexander, Keesha Smith, Memphis Garrett, Nicole Anthony and Tyler Crispen are part of the cast this season.
The only other cast member that won their season is Franzel. Terry talked about how this could backfire for them and put a target on their backs.
“I think I will,” he told Entertainment Tonight. “I mean there’s just no question about it.” He also noted they’ll be vulnerable right from the start. This season houseguests did compete in multiple competitions and one of them was crowned the first Head of Household of the season.
He revealed what he did with the money
Terry won when he was 21 years old. That affected what he did with his prize money.
“Well I paid off my student loans. I invested, I bought a car and I put a really nice down payment on a house,” he told Entertainment Tonight. “For 21, not bad,” he added.
Terry was asked what he would do if he won the prize money again. “I would say it’s more investment money for this,” he said. But there is one “stupid” thing he would use money to get if he wins.
“I’m looking at like BMW bikes like the motorcycles. They’re just kind of stupid but seems fun,” he explained. We will have to wait and see if Terry will get that money to get his bike.