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August 25th, 2015

‘Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance’ — Official Cast Photos

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The gang’s all here! CBS just released the official portraits of the cast of ‘Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance,’ the 31st season full of familiar faces. So, who’s on whose side?

Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance is taking it back to the beginning and starting off the way the original season did, Jeff Probst, revealed in a new interview. After they are dropped off to search for supplies and race for rice, they’ll be given “a big supply boat,” and told to “board the boat and take as many supplies as you can get.”
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August 25th, 2015

‘Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance’ Pics

August 24th, 2015

‘Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance’ Reveals Huge New Twists

Big changes are on the way, ‘Survivor’ fans. Season 31 of the hit show, ‘Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance,’ will feature two major twists with the idols. Buckle up.

The premiere of Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance is only weeks away, and the show is making some adjustments. Survivor is putting a twist on the immunity idols, making the competition even more intense. Find out now what the show has in store for the cast!
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June 30th, 2015

Idina Menzel Sings ‘Let It Go’ Duet With 10-Year-Old Cancer Survivor — Watch

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If you aren’t wearing water-proof mascara, read no further. ‘Frozen’ star Idina Menzel recently performed a duet of her anthemic hit, ‘Let It Go,’ with one of her biggest (little) fans, and it will surely thaw even the iciest heart.

Frozen superstar Idina Menzel is currently in the midst of her world tour, but on a recent stop in London, she found the time to make one fan’s day (and, likely, her year). Backstage after her show, Idina met with 10-year-old Amy Carmichael, an aspiring singer and cancer survivor. Like most 10-year-olds, Amy’s favorite song is “Let It Go,” and so, Queen Elsa herself decided to share a duet on the ubiquitous song. Check out the absolutely gorgeous clip– if your heart can bear it.
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May 21st, 2015

Jeff Probst Proved He Was A Boss On ‘Survivor: Worlds Apart’ Reunion

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It was a controversial season of ‘Survivor,’ so we were lucky to have Jeff Probst kick off the reunion with the hard hitting issues — like Dan being offensive the entire season to women, then bashing the show. The way it was handled was absolutely perfect.

No one puts Survivor in the corner — not if Jeff Probst has anything to say about it. After announcing the season 30 winner on May 20, the cast reunited on stage in LA when Jeff turned the attention on Dan Foley, the contestant who was shown throughout the season insulting many women, including Shirin and Rodney‘s mother. However, Jeff’s big issue was that he was blaming the “editing” — so he showed the raw footage!
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May 21st, 2015

‘Survivor’ Season 30 — PICS

May 20th, 2015

‘Survivor: Second Chance’ Cast Revealed — Who Did The Fans Pick?

Is your favorite ‘Survivor’ coming back? The cast of season 31 was voted on by the fans — so who made the cut?

After that crazy finale of Survivor: Worlds Apart on May 20, Jeff Probst announced the lineup that we’ve been waiting for: the first ever Survivor of all old contestants, that was voted on by fans! (Side note: one person that would not be back was Dan Foley, who Jeff burned during the reunion.)
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May 20th, 2015

‘Survivor: Worlds Apart’ Winner: [SPOILER] Is Season 30’s Sole Survivor

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We started with 18…and now we’re down to 1! After weeks of crazy twists and blindsides, [SPOILER] was announced as the winner of ‘Survivor: Worlds Apart’ during the show’s live finale on May 20. Congrats!

It’s been one WILD season of Survivor — even in the show’s 30th go-around, they’re still managing to keep things fresh! But even after all the insanity that ensued this season, there can only be one winner. Read on to find out who was voted champion of Survivor: Worlds Apart by their former tribe mates!
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December 18th, 2014

‘Survivor: San Juan Del Sur’ Finale: Who Won Season 29?

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The Dec. 17 season finale of ‘Survivor: San Juan del Sur’ featured only one winner walking away with the $1 million prize. Did you favorite win it all?

After weeks of blood, sweat and tears, one Survivor: San Juan del Sur came out on top. The 29th season forced 18 loved ones to fight against each other for the series’ second Blood vs. Water match-up, and it all came down to Missy Payne, Jaclyn Schulz and Natalie Anderson!
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December 17th, 2014

‘Survivor’: ‘Huge Game-Changer’ Before Finale Revealed

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As per usual, the ‘Survivor’ finale will be filled with emotion, excitement and of course, blindsides. But who will win? Host Jeff Probst weighs in!

Survivor: San Juan Del Sur comes to an end on Dec. 17, but before the live reunion hitting the stage in L.A., host Jeff Probst revealed that there was a major moment that totally changed the game for one of the five finalists.
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November 24th, 2014

Sting Makes Epic WWE Debut At Survivor Series — Watch

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So cool! Sting stepped into a World Wrestling Entertainment ring for the very first time on Sunday, Nov. 23, at the 2014 Survivor Series in St. Louis. He made a grand entrance before decking Triple H. Watch the video here!

Sting had never stepped inside a World Wrestling Entertainment ring before he made his debut at the 2014 Survivor Series in St. Louis on Nov. 23! It was moment we’ll never forget.
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October 28th, 2014

Nate Hatch: Shooting Survivor Tweets Forgiveness To Jaylen Fryberg

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Wow. After being shot in the head by his best friend and cousin, Marysville-Pilchuck High School student Nate Hatch returned to social media to reveal that he forgives Jaylen Fryberg for shooting him.

Nate Hatch, 14, is alive and doing well after his cousin, Jaylen Fryberg, 15, opened fired on their group of friends on Oct. 24. Now that he is feeling better, Nate bravely took to his Twitter account to express his heartbreaking true feelings for Jaylen who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after shooting five other students in the head.
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