After a week of competition among four couples in "The Early Show" series "Honeymoon: Take 2," the moment of truth finally arrived Friday when the winner was announced.
At stake? A dream trip to a Bahamas tropical paradise.
It was a nail-biter heading into the final day of viewer voting Thursday: Three of the four couples were within a point of each other.
Amber and Nick Nunn, of Shreveport, La., topped our leaders board, but just barely, over Kris and David Odekirk, from Layton, Utah and Erica Westbrook and Darryl Willie, of Oakland, who were tied for second. And Charlotte and Henry Dorsey, from Mays Landing, N.J., were hanging in.
On Monday, the couples took part in a game show-style q-and-a session, testing their knowledge of their spouses. Tuesday, the couples sang duets. On Wednesday, the wives modeled outfits their husbands had picked out for them, and on Thursday, the couples had at it in a cooking competition.
All the while, viewers were voting online for their favorite couple.
Up for grabs, the trip of a lifetime -- six days and five nights at the exclusive private island resort Musha Cay and the Islands of Copperfield Bay. The lucky couple will have access to the resort's 11 private islands, 40 beaches, a private chef and a staff of thirty.
The couples reflected Friday on the week. Typical was an observation from Charlotte Henry, who said her best memory would be "just enjoying each other and participating with each other. No matter who wins, we all won this week."
All four even said they want to go on a trip together when they can!
And all of that set the stage for the grand finale, when the winner was named by co-anchors Erica Hill and Chris Wragge:
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