Last week’s elimination was a no brainer for most: get Jason out. But now that the final five are all in the same alliance, who’s next on the chopping block?
It’s almost over. The entire season of Survivor: Khao Rong, we’ve been shocked by blindsides, time after time, week after week. So it’s no surprise that the penultimate episode shocked us, again; and it started with Tai being very unhappy that he wasted his extra vote on Michele when his entire alliance voted for Jason.
This week’s eliminated ‘Survivor’ contestant wasn’t all that shocked when his name was written down at tribal council, but did he even try to fight for his spot in the game? And why is he actually happy about being portrayed as a bully? HollywoodLife.com caught up with the castoff to find out!
Don’t read on if you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Survivor: Kaoh Rong. We talked about everything that went down with the May 4 castoff to answer all your burning questions and you can read the EXCLUSIVE interview right here!
This week wasn’t an insane blindside like we’ve seen in the past — but one BFF did turn against another.
After Scot‘s shocking elimination, last night’s Survivor was all about Jason and Julia realizing they were on the bottom of the totem poll, and doing everything in their power to stay alive. So, which one did? Well HollywoodLife.com chatted with the latest castoff exclusively this morning to get to the bottom of the entire tribal.
Well, to say that Jason was a little upset about Scot’s elimination last week, would be like saying Jason and Scot were a little upset by Nick’s blindside. You know when they poured water over the fire.
Jason was clearly on the outs this week on Survivor, and was about to do a-n-y-thing he could to stay. He actually held his anger in, too, so that he could try to figure out how to create another alliance after the worst case possible happened.
The blindside on last night’s ‘Survivor’ was the craziest and most shocking yet, but did [spoiler] see it coming? HollywoodLife.com caught up with the castaway.
Spoilers! If you haven’t watched this week’s Survivor: Khao Rong and don’t want to know about the most insane tribal council ever, don’t click in! If you have, read our interview with the betrayed castoff right here.
After the blindside last week, the control was totally up in the air — just like Tai. Did he stay with the guys this week (the bullies, as I like to call them) or did he head over to the ladies’ side?
The dynamic duo on Survivor: Khao Rong — namely Scot and Jason — have given Russell Hantz a run for his money. Of course, this week started with them, along with Tai rejoicing after they got out Debbie last week and kept the super idol. However, it won’t be long until everyone sees they have to get rid of them… right?
It seems that every week after ‘Survivor,’ I’m left thinking, ‘That was the craziest tribal ever.’ Well this week was — but does the latest eliminated castaway agree? And what are her thoughts on the ‘sabotage’ that went down?
This season of Survivor might as well be called the season of blindsides. HollywoodLife.com caught up with last night’s victim to get the scoop on that “crush” from earlier in the season, the sabotage that went down, and of course, who is leading the pack now. Spoilers ahead if you have not yet watched last night’s episode.
Are these two kidding? Jason and Scot took things to a really low point this week when they didn’t get their way — and it was probably the most ridiculous things I’ve ever seen on ‘Survivor.’
You know how bullies get really upset when they’re no longer in control? Well that’s what happened this week. After Scot and Jason were blindsided by Nick‘s elimination, they decided to just ruin everything for everyone at camp — by hiding the hatchet and machete, and when the girls couldn’t care less and made the best of what they had… he put out the fire at the camp.
It looked like one of the biggest blindside of the season, but did last night’s jury really come as a surprise to the victim? HollywoodLife.com spoke with him all about that big move.
This season of Survivor has been full of a ton of twists — and last night, the bottom three looked like they made the shift to the top. So, what about the one who fell at the very bottom and was sent packing? We chatted exclusively with him this morning.
Everyone survived the merge — but not everyone made it to tribal. HollywoodLife.com chatted with the latest castoff after Wednesday’s shocking episode, and he filled us in on his injury, the gameplay we didn’t get to see on television and more!
This season of Survivor is like no other: Jeff Probst must be really forming close relationships with the medical staff. After the merge, a medic was brought to camp to examine multiple infections that the cast had — and one unlucky injured tribe member was sent home. But even though his name was being thrown around before tribal, Neal tells HollywoodLife.com he was pretty confident in his position in the game before being medically evacuated. Read our EXCLUSIVE interview here!
What does Day 17 mean? Well on ‘Survivor,’ it means it’s time for the merge — and a lot of infections. So, why did tribal get canceled?
Right away, everyone realized the merge had arrived on Survivor. However, did that mean that the muscles behind the brawn would be taking over? Well that’s how Scot and Jason felt. Especially after a few swigs of wine at the merge feast!
A last-minute vote change — literally crossing out a name and replacing it — changed the game right before the merge on last night’s episode of ‘Survivor.’ So, what was Peter thinking during all of it? And who did he have a heart-to-heart with before tribal?
It all came down to a game of he-said she-said on the episode right before the merge on Survivor on March 23 — and that meant that Peter‘s ride came to an end when he couldn’t convince the tribe to send home one of his targets — namely Joe, Aubry or Julia. Now, HollywoodLife is chatting with him about what was really going through his head during that crazy tribal.
With Julia joining Gondol this week, the game of he-said she-said was at an all-time high on this week’s ‘Survivor.’
Were you aware there was a Greek God playing this season of Survivor? Well, that’s what Debbie thought. Right away we watched her compare Nick to “Adonis” with a great angular face — something she knew because she used to be a model. Has anyone found those shots yet? But I digress.
After last week’s terrifying episode of ‘Survivor,’ all three tribes came together — then separated again after the first merge of the season. And not everyone survived.
When the beauty tribe — the only tribe that really still loved all their remaining members — was split up during Survivor‘s merge, the new tribes were ready to get rid of their lookers. And that meant Anna. So, what was that blindside really like? HollywoodLife.com chatted with her after last night’s episode.
‘Survivor’ fans saw Alecia get bullied week after week by her entire team, who claimed that she was ‘weak.’ Now, she’s firing back and revealing what we didn’t see this season.
No one was surprised when Alecia was eliminated from Survivor, since her tribe made it very clear they didn’t want her there. However, she never stood down from them and even Jeff Probst revealed he was rooting for her. So, what’s she think about her tribe now? Well she won’t be speaking with them anytime soon.
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