The reality star defeated all other housemates to win the grand prize of N120 million at the finale of the show on Sunday.
This makes Ilebaye the third female housemate to win the reality show.
The first was Mercy Eke in 2019 while the second was with Phyna in 2022.
Mercy, however, emerged as the runner-up for the 2023 edition of the BBNaija.
Cross, Pere, Adekunle and Cee-C had earlier been evicted from the show.
The four housemates were evicted after garnering the lowest votes.
Cross had taken the iconic move of purchasing immunity with 4000 Moniepoint coins during a special shopping task to secure a spot as one of the finalists.
Pere, on the other hand, has been described as one who’s stirred up the most chaos and controversy this season, following his clashes with other housemates.
In turn, Adekunle got viewers talking about his recent romantic entanglement with Venita.
Cee-C, who was known for her controversial clashes in Big Brother Double Wahala season, is the second runner-up in the All-Star edition.
Ilebaye, often described as the ‘crybaby’ of the house or ‘Gen-Z baddie’, managed to capture the heart of the viewers.
Despite enduring some harsh experiences within the house, her authenticity has resonated with viewers and carried her to the finish line.
The All-Star season commenced on July 23 and ended today, October 1.
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