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.
In the scariest episode ever of ‘Survivor,’ Caleb was medically evacuated after passing out from heat stroke — and now, he’s breaking it all down for us (the heartbroken fans).
Even Jeff Probst said that the March 9 episode of Survivor: Kaoh Rong was the scariest thing he’s ever seen in the show’s history. We’d have to agree. Caleb Reynolds was one of three who collapsed during the episode, but was the only to be evacuated on a helicopter and forced to leave the show. HollywoodLife.com caught up with him to hear everything he remembers from the insane moment, what it was like to watch it back, and what the chances are that he’ll be back.
Going to tribal is a ‘blessing in disguise.’ Those were the famous last words that Liz uttered when she thought she was safe heading in to tribal on week three of ‘Survivor.’ So, how does she feel now?
It seems like blindsides and ties go down every week on this season of Survivor — and this week was not any different. Liz was completely blinded by who she thought were her allies — and now, she’s explaining what really shocked her when she watched.
The two times that went crazy for idols this week, ended up being the two teams that didn’t need ’em.
Another week of Survivor, another twist from Jeff Probst: this time, in the form of a Super Idol. That’s right — certain idols fit together and if you find both, instead of being able to use it before the votes are used, you can use it afterward. Clearly, that changes everything.
Things got CRAZY at tribal council during the second episode of ‘Survivor: Kaoh Rong,’ and even ten months after filming, the night’s cast-off is shocked at how it all went down. Get the scoop straight from the eliminated contestant in our EXCLUSIVE interview here!
Two episodes in and already a totally hectic tribal council on Season 32 of Survivor?! Things blew up when the Brawn tribe gathered for the second time, and the person voted out wasn’t even one of the names that came up before tribal. Everything went down and changed SO quickly, so we have this week’s cast-off breaking it all down. Check out our EXCLUSIVE interview!
Yikes! What looked like a fairly straightforward episode of ‘Survivor: Kaoh Rong’ was turned on its head when Jenny shook up alliances during the tribal council. But would she pay the price for her scheming?
Picking alliances and sticking with them is an important skill on Survivor, one that Jenny obviously hadn’t learned. As the 17 remaining tribe members on the Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty game battled it out, the contractor tried to outwit her competitors by altering alliances. But did it work?
It’s definitely not easy to be the first contestant eliminated on ‘Survivor,’ and on the Season 32 premiere episode it was a split-second mistake that sent [SPOILER] home. Find out why the cast-off has no regrets, just how bad the conditions in Kaoh Rong really were and more HERE!
Things are as intense as ever just one episode into the new season of Survivor, and we’ve got some inside scoop from the very first eliminated player! After dropping the Brawn tribe’s swimming mask in a crucial immunity challenge, [SPOILER] was voted out, and dished EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife.com about everything that went down.
It’s round two for the “Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty’ game on ‘Survivor’ — but who will come out on top this time?
Jeff Probst is back at it for yet another season of Survivor, and the 90-minute premiere started with each tribe had to work together to get as many supplies off the main ship as possible. The best part of this was Big Brother turned Survivor Caleb, jumping after a loose chicken in the water and just palming it to capture it. So, let’s get to the tribes.
When we found out ‘Big Brother’ star Caleb Reynolds was heading to ‘Survivor: Kaôh Rōng,’ I was pretty stoked to see Beast Mode Cowboy again. However, that side of Caleb was left at home — well sort of.
Caleb Reynolds is a whole new man this time around! For those who didn’t watch the 28-year-old on Big Brother, he was the heartthrob, gym loving man of season 16. So will that return? Well, yes. HollywoodLife.com chatted with the stud before the premiere on Feb. 17, and he revealed that while “Beast Mode Cowboy” will in a way, be present, it won’t be anything like it was on Big Brother.
The first ‘Brains Vs. Brawns Vs. Beauty’ cast was a hit — and it looks liek this one will be too. CBS just announced the cast for the next season of ‘Survivor’ and it has quite the variety!
From Big Brother alum, Caleb Reynolds (obviously on the Beauty tribe) to 72-year-old Former FBI Agent, Joseph Del Campo, this season of Survivor: Kaôh Rōng looks like it will heat up Cambodia. We now have the full list of the 18 castaways, who you will officially meet on Feb. 17 on CBS — on the 90-minute premiere.
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