After dubbing her win as "slightly ironic" in The Year Of The Woman, she opened up about how much it meant to her.
While Wayne Sleep dances along, lifting up his top, and the other housemates enjoy the spectacle, Ann Widdecombe is visibly horrified and retreats to the bedroom to put a towel over her head. "I guess this is validation that it's OK to be different".
This year's series of Celebrity Big Brother has been called "the Year of the Woman" due to its heavy focus on gender to mark the 100th anniversary of women's partial suffrage in the UK.
She said: "It's incredible to think that the public have chosen me, I guess it's validation of the things I came here believing in".
"I do respect his boundaries and as much as it's fun to flirt, we did have that understanding".
'I don't want to compare the two to an extreme, but if you look at Donald Trump, he's 71-years-old and we're not using his age as an excuse as to why he's getting away with all this stuff. "They died" I AM DYING!'
Asked if conversations she had in her house about abortion and LGBT rights had given her food for thought, she said: "No, you reason yourself there and that is then your position".
"What I'm pleased about coming second is it's an endorsement of free speech".
Five housemate remained in the house at the beginning of the live final.
He revealed to Willis he had told his wife not to come to the house in Elstree to see him leave but she had come anyway.
Starting with eight female housemates on day one, eight male celebrities joined just three days into the four and a half week show.
The cast of CBS' first edition of Celebrity Big Brother is quite the motley crew, from some serious Big Brother superfans (Shannon Elizabeth, Ross Mathews, Marisa Jaret Winokur) to complete BB newbies (Brandi Glanville, Chuck Liddell, Metta World Peace) and everything in between.