Taylor Hale, winner of Big Brother, joins forces with women at the Cookout in a new photo


Big Brother 24 winner Taylor Hale has officially joined forces with the woman of the Cookout — Azah Awasum, Hannah Chaddha, and Tiffany Mitchell. Taylor enjoyed a great time with the rest of the Cookout participants following her historic win. Big Brother 23 cast in Los Angeles. After Taylor won the 24th series of Big BrotherHistorically, Monte Taylor was defeated by 8-1 votes 

Tiffany shared a slideshow of herself, Hannah and Azah in tight embraces on Instagram. In her caption, she wrote that while the photos may not be perfect but they were still beautiful. “love is real so I’m sharing this moment.”Tiffany continued to write about all the people in the community. Big BrotherPlayers find their season in following it. But, for Taylor and the women of the Cookout, they were able to find an extended family thanks to the CBS series. 

“These are my sisters,”Tiffany wrote. “It’s unexplainable how we can love and consider each other family within heartbeats of a second.”Taylor, the first Black woman ever to win the award, received Taylor’s congratulations. Big Brother. Taylor won after being subject to bullying and racism in the house. Tiffany pointed out that the win came after over two decades of Black participants being treated unfairly during their time on reality television. 

“Year after year we watched our women suffer through racism, colorism, bullyism (it’s a word today), and more,”Tiffany wrote. “Watching Taylor persevere through attempts to attack her character and her game, was at times challenging and then enlightening. The poise and grace to which she handled these situations is unmatched. Proud is an understatement.”She concluded her post by writing: “You earned your crown Queen. Now go strut.” 

Taylor’s historic win occurred one season after Cookout women had made history. In Big Brother 23The Cookout had one mission: to name the first Black winner of the series. The Cookout made it to the final six of the season, and they were able achieve this feat. Xavier Prather was the winner and the first Black winner in the game’s history. Taylor continued the Cookout’s example in Season 24, persevering through bullying, racism and to reach the final 2, alongside Monte. She delivered the strongest speech ever recorded and made history numerous times. She was not only the first Black woman to win, but she also made history multiple times over. Big BrotherNot only was she the first to win the game and take home the America’s Favorite Houseguest Prize, In the end, she was the richest winner. Big BrotherHistory, leaving with $800,000. (and America’s hearts). 

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