Steve Moses, the 22-year-old college student from Gouverner, New York, took home Big Brother's $500,000 grand prize on Wednesday night -- and he can't believe it.
"Lots of feelings," Moses told ET in the Big Brother backyard after his win. "All of the feelings. Of the things that were possible, when I applied for the show, this wasn't one of them."
"I knew when I applied, I would never hear anything," Moses continued. "When I heard something, there was no way I would actually walk in the house. Walk in the house, I'll be out the first week... and, every step I thought was my last step. This was never a possibility. This was never a possibility."
"I'm OK with that," Rousso said. "It wasn't meant to be for me. It was meant to be for Steve, and he's a good kid. You know, he's a very good kid and he's a huge fan of the game."
Liz Nolan was also OK with Moses' win. By evicting Rousso, he guaranteed Nolan a slot in the final two -- and $50,000. While Moses says he's not making any splurges with his winnings, Nolan already has big plans for hers.
"I can't believe this is happening!" Nolan gushed. "I want to take a very nice vacation. I'm going to treat [my twin sister] Julia and [my boyfriend] Austin ... I also still live at home, so I'm going to rent an apartment ... maybe I'll move here [to L.A.]. Who knows?"
"I can't even breathe right now," Nolan continued. "I did not know that Steve was going to take me ... he really surprised me, to say the least."