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It doesn't look grammatically correct, but not everything that is correct looks that way. When you break the sentence apart, there is nothing missing. It has a subject and a predicate.

Although "You are the winner" may be more appealing to most people, I do not believe there is anything grammatically incorrect with your example, as ugly as it may sound.

It is correct. You can be be a subject or an object pronoun.

subject - You are the winner!

object - The winner is you!

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