'Big Brother 15': Who should win? Vote now

big-brother-15-final-3.jpgIt's time, "Big Brother 15" fans. Time to crown the winner. It all comes down to Spencer Clawson, Andy Herren and GinaMarie Zimmerman -- were these the Final 3 you picked at the beginning of the season? Us either.

So, who is going to win the money? Well, that's hard to say without knowing who the Final 2 are. But who should win the money is a different question.

In case you were wondering, we're Team Andy. Argue all you want that he was a floater, but we disagree. He didn't make an alliance right out of the shoot, but that's OK with us. Sometimes you gotta feel things out.

But it didn't take too long for him to align himself with Amanda and McCrae, which was a smart move because A) They controlled the house (or rather, Amanda did) and B) It let him be in power without taking a lot of the heat.

However, when Amanda's ship began sinking, Andy jumped off that alliance and formed another one. That's legitimate. A floater, to us, is someone who doesn't make alliances and just kind of bops their way to the finals, like Porsche.

One could argue that Spencer was a way bigger floater than Andy because until the Exterminators fell in his lap, he wasn't really a gamer. While Andy had his finger in a lot of pies all around the house.

GinaMarie would be our no. 2 choice if Andy is not in the finals. She had some strategy and she won some key competitions, plus she got Amanda booted (though not all on her own, but she was HOH).

But honestly, Andy played one of the best games this summer. He schemed when he had to, he lied when he had to, but he also played a good social game -- he's well-liked. Did you see how impressed Amanda looked during his goodbye message to her when he spilled the beans about the Exterminators and turning on her? She respects his game play and we hope the rest of the jury does too.

Do you agree? Sound off in our poll below and tune into the final "Big Brother 15" episode Wednesday night, Sept. 18 at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT, following the 90-minute premiere of "Survivor." We'll be live-blogging both shows, so join us, won't you?


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