The winner of a $250,000 prize is a man with a beard and ponytail and a ponytail hat, who was crowned by The Next Week’s Beauty and the Beast contestants.
The man, whose real name is James Houghton, was crowned the winner of the competition, which aired on ABC in March.
He received $250 million in prize cash and travel, which will be donated to the National Endowment for the Arts.
Houghton was inspired by the character Belle, played by Cate Blanchett, who wears a wig to hide her true identity.
“The thing that is so cool about the show is that it was really kind of a natural progression from my own life, and my experiences as a child, and also my own family and friends,” he told ABC News.
Hroughton has been a fan of the show since it aired in 2005.
He has worn the same wig since and has even given it to his kids to wear.
“I’ve always been kind of obsessed with it,” he said.
“I grew up in England, and the whole family, my wife, my son, we would all have a bit of a costume, and we would wear the wig for Halloween, and that’s how we ended up with the wig.”
Houghtons father, David Houghtons, was also crowned the Beauty and The Beast winner, receiving $300,000 in prize pay and $100,000 to the Arts Council.
“To be able to receive that money is something I can’t thank enough,” he joked.
Hougton has not shared any photos of himself in the wig.