Big Brother
Season 3
Presented byPatty Brard
No. of days114
No. of housemates17
WinnerSandy Boots
Runner-upDaniëlle van der Kuij
Country of originNetherlands
Release
Original networkYorin
Original release6 September –
30 December 2001
Season chronology
Next
Season 4
The

Big Brother 2001 also known as Big Brother: The Battle, was the third season of the Dutch version of Big Brother. It was broadcast by the new station Yorin. It lasted from 6 September to 30 December 2001 for a total of 114 days. The presenter was Patty Brard, the member of girl groupLuv'.

Format[edit]

The format underwent some changes. Contrary to the former seasons, the viewers were only able to vote for their favorite nominee, and not for the one they wanted to leave. This system was introduced to prevent the most controversial housemates from being evicted first.

The housemates were divided into two permanent groups. One group lived in a luxurious part of the house, the other group lived in poverty. At unexpected times a battle was announced, in which the two groups could fight for the right to live on the rich half. Each group had a Captain with special duties and privileges. At any moment each participant was free to challenge his leader in a Captains-battle.

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Housemates[edit]

NameAge on entryHometownOccupationDay enteredDay exitedResult
Sandy Boots23HoogwoudUnemployed27114Winner
Daniëlle van der Kuij27AmsterdamNurse13114Runner-up
Gert-Jan de Boer33AmsterdamCommunication Consultant11143rd Place
Andries de Jong24DrachtenCommunications Teacher11144th Place
Leo van Veenendaal36UtrechtSocial Worker34111Evicted
Diane Hendriks32HaarlemReceptionist1104Evicted
Kelly van der Veer21HilversumTelephone operator197Evicted
Ed Veter22Amsterdam-3490Evicted
Pascal van Lingen23RijswijkCook1383Evicted
Coos van Haaften34BergschenhoekAccount Manager2076Evicted
Frank Kloppert35RotterdamNetwork system manager169Evicted
Priscella Ahlers22RoswinkelStudent4162Evicted
Tania de Maer38Vught / HasseltEvent organizer4148Evicted
Audrey28AlmereWriter2734Evicted
Richard Oosterhuis27DeventerSales Manager2027Evicted
Nancy van der Beek25ZoetermeerSales Manager1320Evicted
Aldrico Amando38Curaçao / AmsterdamChoreographer15Walked
EllenDisqualified from the Spanish villa before entered the Big Brother house

Summary[edit]

The season started with only six housemates. The others were secluded in a villa in Spain and were only gradually introduced. Each new twosome started with a battle to determine which group they became part of. In Spain, where there were no cameras, a relationship developed between Nancy and Richard. But when Richard finally arrived in Almere, Nancy was voted out at the same time. Another contestant never made it to the real house at all. Ellen was removed from the Spanish villa because she had made disallowed telephonic contact with the outside world. Rumor said she had gained possession of the telephone by having sex with a security guard.

The first week the occupants were only visible on streaming video. The producers thought that it would be prudent to start the television broadcast in the second week, so they could save up interesting material for a jump start. But they were wrong. During that first week 9/11 happened in the United States. Because of the magnitude of the event, the housemates were informed. Antillian Aldrico, who had many friends in New York City, took the news badly and had to be removed after he started to behave confused. On the other hand, some housemates for a while had the feeling the event was not real. Even after they received newspapers and saw images, they thought they were the victim of a very cruel joke.

The outspoken personalities of this season yielded much viewing-pleasure but also many complaints about the high content of swearing, boozing and sex. Young teacher Andries ended up in bed with the transsexual Kelly, snogged with Audrey and had a sexual relationship with Diane. Before that, a very drunken Diane had forced sex with Frank. Streamwatchers who were witnesses to the event filed a complaint. However, neither the Ministry of Justice nor Big Brother took action. Housemate Gert-Jan gathered a big fanbase after he had been much maligned by the manipulative Coos and Pascal and had proposed to his girlfriend in the outside world.

The final battles, in which the last contestants had to collect the prize money, were copied from Fear Factor (another Endemol production). The lesbian beauty Sandy won the last popularity vote. Inspired by Kelly, she later used the money to pay for breast implants for her girlfriend and herself. Kelly gained a photoshoot in Playboy in which she could show off her newly gained femininity.

Nominations Table[edit]

Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 7Week 9Week 10Week 11Week 12Week 13Week 14Week 15Week 16Week 17
Final
Nominations
received
SandyNot in
House
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
CoosCoosCoosPascalGert-JanGert-JanAndriesAndriesWinner
(Day 114)
3
DaniëlleNo
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
PriscellaFrankLeoLeoEdAndriesGert-JanLeoRunner-up
(Day 114)
4
Gert-JanNo
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
CoosCoosPascalPascalKellyKellyDianeAndriesThird place
(Day 114)
7
AndriesNo
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
PriscellaFrankLeoLeoEdDaniëlleSandySandyFourth place
(Day 114)
5
LeoNot in
House
No
Nominations
PriscellaFrankDaniëlleDianeKellyKellyDianeAndriesEvicted
(Day 111)
11
DianeNo
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
PriscellaLeoLeoEdEdDaniëlleSandyEvicted
(Day 104)
5
KellyNo
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
PascalPascalCoosPascalGert-JanLeoEvicted
(Day 97)
9
EdNot in
House
No
Nominations
CoosKellyDaniëlleDianeDianeEvicted
(Day 90)
4
PascalNo
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
KellyKellyGert-JanGert-JanEvicted
(Day 83)
6
CoosNot in
House
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
KellyKellyGert-JanEvicted
(Day 76)
7
FrankNo
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
LeoLeoEvicted
(Day 69)
3
PriscellaNot in
House
No
nominations
LeoEvicted
(Day 62)
4
TaniaNot in
House
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 48)
N/A
AudreyNot in
House
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 34)
N/A
RichardNot in
House
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 27)
N/A
NancyNo
nominations
Evicted
(Day 20)
N/A
AldricoWalked
(Day 5)
N/A
Nomination notes122, 32, 42, 52none6
Nominated
For Eviction
Andries,
Daniëlle,
Diane,
Frank,
Gert-Jan,
Kelly,
Nancy,
Pascal
Andries,
Coos,
Daniëlle,
Diane,
Frank,
Gert-Jan,
Kelly,
Pascal,
Richard
Andries,
Audrey,
Coos,
Daniëlle,
Diane,
Frank,
Gert-Jan,
Kelly,
Pascal,
Sandy
Andries,
Coos,
Daniëlle,
Diane,
Ed,
Frank,
Gert-Jan,
Kelly,
Leo,
Pascal,
Priscella,
Sandy,
Tania
Priscella,
Coos
Frank,
Kelly
Coos,
Leo
Diane,
Pascal
Ed,
Gert-Jan
Daniëlle,
Kelly
Diane,
Sandy
Andries,
Leo,
Sandy
Andries,
Daniëlle,
Gert-Jan,
Sandy
WalkedAldriconone
EvictedNancy
3.0%
to save
Richard
3.1%
to save
Audrey
3.4%
to save
Tania
1.3%
to save
Priscella
47.7%
to save
Frank
43.2%
to save
Coos
19.6%
to save
Pascal
37.5%
to save
Ed
14.1%
to save
Kelly
19.9%
to save
Diane
18.4%
to save
Leo
14.1%
to save
Andries
4.3%
to win
Daniëlle
38.9%
to win
Gert-Jan
16.0%
to win
Sandy
40.8%
to win

Notes[edit]

  • ^Note 1 : For the first 4 evictions, the Housemates did not nominate. All Housemates automatically faced the public vote, with 2 new housemates entering the house when one was evicted. The exception to this was when 4 new housemates entered following Audrey's eviction in Week 5.
  • ^Note 2 : Starting with Week 9's nominations, housemates nominated in teams. Housemates could only nominate someone else from their team with each team having one person face the public vote. The teams were disbanded following Kelly's eviction on Day 97.
  • ^Note 3 : In Week 11, Leo, as captain of the red team, was forced to cast the tie-breaker nomination against the blue team. Leo nominated Coos.
  • ^Note 4 : In Week 12, Sandy, as captain of the blue team, was forced to cast the tie-breaker nomination against the red team. Sandy nominated Diane.
  • ^Note 5 : In Week 13, Andries, as captain of the red team, was forced to cast the tie-breaker nomination against the blue team. Andries nominated Gert-Jan.
  • ^Note 6 : This week, the public voting were voting for a winner.
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TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Jayson Tatum scored 40 points and the Boston Celtics rolled to a 126-114 win over the Toronto Raptors on Monday night.

Playing without three of their top guards, the Celtics shook off a slow start to lead by as many as 26 points in the second half. They shot 48.8% overall.

Tatum turned the game around with 21 points in the second quarter. He hit five 3-pointers on the night and converted all 13 free throws, finishing one point short of his career high set against New Orleans last January.

Rookie guard Payton Pritchard had 23 points and eight assists for the Celtics (5-3), and Jaylen Brown scored 19. Robert Williams III came off the bench to contribute 11 points and 13 rebounds.

Fred VanVleet led the Raptors (1-5) with 35 points and eight rebounds.

VanVleet scored 14 in the first quarter and Toronto made seven of its first nine 3s to lead 28-15 through the first eight minutes.

But the Raptors missed their next 13 tries from 3-point territory, and by the time VanVleet hit one with 7:24 left in the third quarter, they were down by 15.

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Tatum took over late in the first half, scoring 13 points during an 18-2 Boston run. He finished the half with four straight free throws to put the Celtics up 61-46. They stretched the lead to 23 in the third quarter, and when Tatum went to the bench with five fouls with 9:52 left in the game, Boston led 109-83.

The Raptors, who have held double-digit leads in every game this season, shot 40% overall and finished 13 for 37 from behind the arc.

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Celtics: Injuries to Marcus Smart (sprained right thumb) and Jeff Teague (sprained left ankle) depleted the backcourt. Kemba Walker is still recovering from a knee injury. … Tremont Waters got his second NBA start at point guard.

Raptors: VanVleet tied C.J. Miles’ franchise record of 38 consecutive games with a 3-pointer. … Raptors coach Nick Nurse said 6-foot-6 Stanley Johnson will get more minutes because Toronto’s smallish guards have been getting burned on defense. … The Raptors entered as the worst shooting team (41.4%) in the NBA.

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