The Traitors Season 2 Winner(s) Break Silence: "It Was a Crazy Ending"

Major spoilers for Peacock's The Traitors are ahead—[in Alan Cumming's Scottish accent]. Read at your own risk.  

After weeks of fierce competition within a Scottish castle packed with reality TV personalities, Trishelle Cannatella and Chris "CT" Tamburello emerged victorious  

Received more than $200,000 in prize money—on season two of Peacock's The Traitors. How did they celebrate? By getting some shuteye.  

"I mean, it was like three in the morning," Cannatella adds in a Zoom session with Tamburello and Vanity Fair.   

"He asked, 'Should we have a drink together?'" I said, 'I don't know, we're both exhausted.  

Didn't we just go to bed? Tamburello joked, "We've come a long way from Vegas and Paris."As many fans are aware, the freshly crowned Traitors champions have a lengthy—and often contentious—history in reality television.  

They appeared on separate editions of The Real World in the early 2000s—she in Las Vegas, he in Paris a year later—followed by repeated turns on MTV's The Challenge.  

This victory, Cannatella says, seems "like justice for The Challenge people." We're greatly underrated, and I believe this demonstrates that we are a force to be reckoned with."  

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