You’re not alone — the finalists on ‘Survivor Cambodia’ were also really shocked by how crazy that tribal was. HollywoodLife.com spoke to the winner right after the Dec. 16 finale and answered everything you wanted to know.
Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance may have just had the most intense finale in the history of the show and well, we had a lot of questions. Luckily, we chatted with the winner (spoilers ahead) about how the tribal actually went down, what the reunion was like, and if “building blocks” is really the way to go from here on out.
Twenty past ‘Survivor’ castaways got a second chance — but only one received the title of sole ‘Survivor’ on the live season 31 finale on Dec. 16. So, did your favorite win?
The theme of Survivor Second Chance was “expect the unexpected.” Well, even Jeff Probst didn’t see this finale coming. After the craziest tribal in the history of the show, Cambodia went from a final six — Spencer Bledsoe, Jeremy Collins, Tasha Fox, Kimmi Kappenberg, Keith Nale, and Kelley Wentworth — to one million dollar winner.
Part one of the ‘Survivor’ finale took the final six to the final five with the craziest tribal council ever — and something happened that even blew Jeff Probst’s mind.
Bare with me, Survivor fans. If you were watching the first hour of the Second Chance finale, you were probably freaking out just like I was — even Jeff Probst had to literally draw on a photo after the elimination to show the audience how it all broke down. Luckily, I’ll now do that for you.
All season long, the contestants on ‘Survivor’ have been pushing to take [SPOILER] to the end for an ‘easy’ win, so it was quite the shock when [SPOILER] was eliminated on the Dec. 9 episode! Now, the cast-off is dishing EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife.com about the blindside — and she has a message for the haters who question her gameplay.
This week’s Survivor cast-off isn’t too pleased about being “backstabbed” and “blindsided” by members of the tribe! We spoke EXCLUSIVELY with the fierce competitor, who was painted as a major villain on the show, and got all the scoop on that fateful tribal council, the strategizing we didn’t see and SO much more. Check it out here!
Hearts broke around America when [SPOILER] was eliminated from ‘Survivor’ on the Dec. 2 episode. HollywoodLife.com spoke EXCLUSIVELY to this week’s cast-off, who walked us through the grueling moments before tribal council and explained the strategic gameplay we never saw on TV.
There was so much more to this week’s Survivor cast-off than just strength in challenges…we just never got to see it. Luckily, HollywoodLife.com got to catch up with the eliminated contestant to get the scoop on everything we DIDN’T see — and so much more. Read our EXCLUSIVE interview here!
The original ‘Survivor’ winner is trying to become ‘The Biggest Loser.’ That’s right, Richard Hatch is returning to reality TV. But instead out trying to outwit, outplay and outsmart the other contestants, he’s just hoping to lose the most weight!
Richard Hatch, 54, basically drew the blueprint for how all future Survivor contestants would lie, bargain and deal to win the $1 million prize back in 2000. His game play was masterful and now he’s hoping to bring his skill set to taking some much unwanted pounds off on NBC’s upcoming season of The Biggest Loser. This should be good!
Things didn’t get any easier mentally OR physically for the ‘Survivor: Cambodia’ players on the Nov. 25 episode, and with all the cards seemingly playing in this week’s cast-off’s favor, the result was a straight-up blindside. HollywoodLife.com spoke EXCLUSIVELY with the fifth member of the jury — read our interview here!
SPOILER ALERT: Joe may have lost his first immunity challenge on the Nov. 25 episode of Survivor: Cambodia, but he wasn’t the one sent packing! Instead, it was a player who proved to be a strategic threat, rather than a physical one, who got their torch snuffed, and we got the EXCLUSIVE scoop from this week’s cast-off about why the blindside was SO shocking.
It was the not-so-perfect storm in Cambodia on the Nov. 18 episode of ‘Survivor’ for the latest castaway who’s torch was put out. We know you’ve got questions, and so did I, so we got the answers straight from the third member of the jury.
There’s one thing that’s for sure: no one can beat Joe. That seems to be the case so far on Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance, as he’s won every individual immunity challenge from the start. However, the latest elimination may change his game a bit.
Day 21 on ‘Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance’ will go down as one of the biggest blindsides ever. Even the big fans of the show didn’t see this one coming. So, how does the latest victim feel? So, we had 8 questions!
Spoiler alert: if you missed the Nov. 11 episode of Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance, don’t click in!
Jeff Probst woke Terry Deitz up in the middle of the night on last night’s ‘Survivor’ to tell him his son was in the hospital. Naturally, Terry jetted home. So, what now?
Clearly a favorite in the group, Terry Deitz proved last night what Second Chance was really about — and who the real Survivor was here. He walked through the heartbreaking experience with his son, Danny Deitz, and what actually went down with HollywoodLife.com.
Day 13 ended in a serious blindside. After Bayon came in last place in the immunity challenge, they were forced to turn on one of their own. As we do every Thursday, we chatted with the latest victim.
When the Bayon tribe lost the challenge and had to send in one of their own to tribal on Day 13, people started turning… and fast. The original Bayons — Monica, Jeremy, Fishbach and Kimmi already had an alliance — so that left Spencer and Kelly on the outs. While they both petitioned on why they should stay, someone on the inside took it into their own hands to make a power move. Here’s what the latest cast-off had to say in our exit interview
After the long intro showing everyone who’s who and who’s from what seasons, ‘Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance’ got intense, right off the bat. The challenge began just ten minutes in.
Right away, all 20 Survivor alum headed to Cambodia and were split into two teams: Bayon and Ta Kao, and the first challenge began: both teams had to race to gather supplies from the supply boat, then swim to a bag of rice. Which ever team got to the rice first, got to keep it!
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.”
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!
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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