Marissa Jaret Winokur
Marissa Jaret Winokur has just been named as the first ever winner of “Celebrity Big Brother.” Pictured: Winokur visits Seth Rudetsky's 'Seth Speaks' at SiriusXM Studios on June 26, 2012 in New York City. strid Stawiarz/Getty Images

The first ever winner of “Celebrity Big Brother” has just been named!

Warning: This article contains spoilers from “Celebrity Big Brother.” Read at your own risk!

On Sunday night, Marissa Jaret Winokur won the $250,000 grand prize after competing in “Celebrity Big Brother” for the past three weeks. She bested fan-favorite Ross Matthews, who brought home $50,000 as the second place winner. He also received an additional $25,000 after being crowned as America’s Favorite Houseguest.

Unfortunately for Ross, the fans are not the ones who decided on who should win the first ever “Celebrity Big Brother” winner title. The houseguests ultimately decided that Marissa was more deserving over Ross, because the latter somewhat played a dirty game throughout the season.

Marissa, on the other hand, sealed her fate after she became the final Head of Household (HOH) on Sunday night. She decided to immediately evict Mark McGrath and Ariadna Gutierrez and was left with Ross.

Mark, Brandi Glanville and Metta World-Peace all voted in favor of Ross. However, Marissa received the votes of Shannon Elizabeth, Ariadna, James Maslow, Omarosa Manigault, and Keshia Knight-Pulliam. Some fans are not happy with the houseguests’ decision.

One fan said Ross deserved to win. Another fan said that it is disappointing that the female houseguests voted for a female winner. Other fans also said that Shannon or James should have won.

Meanwhile, now the “Celebrity Big Brother” is over, fans are wondering whether or not a second season will air next year. Host Julie Chen previously said that it will all depend on the ratings, and the reality TV competition a solid viewership throughout the past three weeks.

However, Chen and the people behind “Celebrity Big Brother” have not yet confirmed anything.

While speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Chen said, “I wouldn’t rule it out! Who knows? It’s definitely possible. With these ratings, it did what we hoped as opposed to running repeats of the current slate of shows. It all depends how well all the shows on the air are doing. But don’t forget, B.B. takes up a lot of real estate on the prime-time schedule. We are used to having at least three nights to air in a week. CBS is known for having a strong schedule of shows year round so it’s hard to say right now what will happen next winter.”