"I'm excited to see [what] the future... holds for me and Matthew," Raven gushed toEntertainment Tonight after Big Brother's live two-hour Season 19 finale. "We have connected on a whole new level."
In a separate interview with ET, Matt expressed similar sentiments about the future of his romance with Raven.
"We're going to see what happens," Matt said.
"We're going to hang around California for a week, spend time with each other. We haven't known each other for a single minute outside of this house, so yeah, I'm excited to get to know Raven outside of the house and see where it goes. I'm excited."
Raven, a 23-year-old ballet teacher and ghost investigator on the side from DeValls Bluff, AR, and Matt, a 33-year-old renovation consultant from Arlington, VA, got involved in a showmance at the beginning of the Big Brother season and stayed together for their whole time on the show.
When the house turned on the pair, Matt campaigned for Raven to stay -- and even attempted to receive penalty votes by breaking Big Brother "Have Not" rules to save her -- because he believed she needed and deserved the prize money more.
"I just love him as a person, because I mean, to give up $500,000 for somebody, that says a lot about how much he cared about me," Raven gushed.
Raven revealed on the show she suffers from a rare digestive disorder called Gastroparesis, which causes delayed stomach emptying, and so she has a pacemaker that is visible under her skin as well as a 12-inch scar. Raven also allegedly underwent eight stomach surgeries in her life.
So what bonded this quirky couple on the show? According to Raven, the simple things brought them together.
"We were attached at the hip. We bonded over doing dishes, we love a good prank, we love a good bed. He's just a funny guy," Raven said of the man who prided himself on Big Brother for setting a cereal-bowl eating record.
"He accepts me for who I am. I can't have kids and he was just like, 'That's no big deal!'"