|Big Brother 12|
Aaron Allard-Morgan is a housemate from Big Brother 12. He is a contract manager from Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. He entered the House on Day 1, and exited on Day 64 as the winner of the first series to be aired on Channel 5.
Aaron cut short his 10-day Ibiza holiday when he found out he had made the Big Brother line-up.
The 30-year-old father of one loves his hair and claims to cry every time he has it cut.
He is on a crusade to rid the world of swearing and likes to manipulate people into doing what he wants.
Aaron’s perfect job would be a professional football manager or Prime Minister, although he gets incredibly frustrated by politics.
He also lists singing as one of this hobbies saying: “I don’t profess to be great but if I was on the The X Factor, I’d probably come third”.
Aaron says he should be careful in the House as he falls out with people all the time.
He says he is a passive not aggressive character and believes he will get the world watching his every move.
Big Brother 12 Edit
Aaron was nominated for eviction in Weeks 1, 3, 5 and 7, and on each occasion, he received the highest proportion of votes to save from the public. On Day 41, Aaron was one of four housemates to win a place at a red carpet premiere of the horror movie Paranormal Activity 3. Aaron sparked a romantic relationship with fellow housemate, Faye Palmer, in the House.
Aaron was crowned the winner of the series on 11 November 2011, winning £50,990. Despite being the winner, Aaron received the most nominations in the series with 25.
Nominations history Edit
|Aaron's Nominations History|
| Nominations Against|
| Anton, Faye, Jay,|
| Aden, Anton, Faye,|
|Aden, Faye, Maisy|
|Aden, Anton, Jay|
| Faye, Jay, Jem,|
|Winner, Day 64|
Post Big Brother Edit
Aaron ran a bar in Weston-super-Mare and wrote a book about his experience on Big Brother.
- Aaron is the first winner of Big Brother since the show moved to Channel 5 in 2011.
- He received the most nominations (25) in the series, and is the third most nominated housemate in Big Brother's Channel 5 history.
- He received the second lowest prize fund, £50,990, in the show's history; closely behind Big Brother 6 and Big Brother 13's £50,000 prize fund.