Why Paul Abrahamian Could End Up Being The Real Winner Of ‘Big Brother 18’

Victoria Miller

Paul Abrahamian may have landed in second place to Nicole Franzel on Big Brother 18, but his post-show endeavors could allow him to continue to ride -- and cash in on -- the Big Brother train. Abrahamian's clothing line is enjoying a major surge in sales thanks to his BB18 fame, and that could just be the beginning for this 23-year-old entrepreneur.

"I've met so many awesome people and got to work with so many companies that I never thought that I would ever get to do," Paul said at the time. "Through those people/companies, many more doors just keep opening up and I'm extremely excited to continue this little journey. Also, it's not only the opportunities, I'm meeting some awesome people and making some great friends, which I think is far more valuable than anything else."

Even back then, it was all about friendship, but it wouldn't be a surprise to see Paul score more modeling gigs in the future.

Abrahamian also revealed that he hasn't received his $50,000 runner-up check yet, and he joked that it's probably all a sham. Not that he cares. In an interview with Us Weekly, Paul said he is more into experiences that money.

"Money doesn't really bring my happiness," Paul said. "I'm an experience kind of guy. I'm a musician, I own my own clothing brand, so I'm just going to invest in my creations and hopefully people dig them."

"Where is all this energy going to go?" Paul said ahead of his Big Brother stay. "I want to see how I'll get all this energy out because I can't play music, I can't sing, and create new stuff for my brand. I can't travel or go out. So I'm curious to see where this energy is going to go."

At the time, Paul Abrahamian predicted that he would win the game because he doesn't care about money or fame. While he didn't win the game, he definitely won some friends for life.

Take a look at the video below to see Paul Abrahamian talking about his experience on Big Brother. Note: The clip contains explicit language.