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Who Won 'Survivor' 2015? 'Second Chances' Winner Revealed!

Who Won 'Survivor' 2015? 'Second Chances' Winner Revealed!

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The million-dollar winner was crowned on tonight’s (December 16) finale of Survivor: Second Chances season 31.

The final six was down to Jeremy, Spencer, Kelley, Tasha, Kimmy, and Keith.

Spencer won the first immunity challenge and things got super crazy at tribal council when Jeremy and Kelley both played their idols. Because the votes were split, Keith would automatically go home if he didn’t flip his vote, which he eventually did, sending Kimmy to the jury.

In the second immunity challenge, Kelley won and Keith was sent packing as Jeremy, Spencer, and Tasha stayed strong.

Jeremy won the final immunity challenge and had the hard job of picking who he takes to the final three. He stuck by his close friends and voted Kelley out.

The final three consisted of Jeremy, Spencer, and Tasha. So who won Survivor: Second Chances?

Click inside to find out who won Survivor: Second Chances Cambodia 2015…


Jeremy WON!!!

WHAT DO YOU THINK about Jeremy winning this season?

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  • Vy Nguyen

    Disappointed with the results. Spencer was more deserving player. Jeremy was pretty much sitting pretty the whole game. Urgh!

  • Paul

    I have to disagree with you on this one… Jeremy wasn’t sitting pretty when he found two idols (which when he did play the idols, he played them with flawless execution), he won immunity when it mattered the most, and had a hand on who went home majority of the game (blindsiding his alliance and using the voting blocks to further his game). I like Spencer too, but he came off arrogant to most of the jury, when he pleaded Kelly to get the boot instead of himself. So he hurt his own chances of winning the game.

  • Paul

    I have to disagree with you on this one… Jeremy wasn’t sitting pretty when he found two idols (which when he did play the idols, he played them with flawless execution), he won immunity when it mattered the most, and had a hand on who went home majority of the game (blindsiding his alliance and using the voting blocks to further his game). I like Spencer too, but he came off arrogant to most of the jury, when he pleaded Kelly to get the boot instead of himself. So he hurt his own chances of winning the game.

  • shafawn

    Spencer came from the bottom and fought his way up twice. On top of playing well at challenges he orchestrated the move which kept Jeremy in the game when Jeremy got “duped” by Kimmy.

    Of the three.. Spencer played a harder game but overall Joe played the hardest game.

    But the one million dollars from Survivor never goes to the one who most deserves it.

  • Paul

    On the other hand, pre-merge Jeremy saved Spencer’s game first, by persuading his crew to bring Spencer on board rather than Monica. For sure, Spencer was playing from the bottom, because he put himself in that kind of situation early in the game, by aligning himself with Shirin. Next, Spencer should have controlled his emotions better in front of the jury when pitching his case to Jeremy. But honestly, I am glad Jeremy, Tasha, and Spencer made the final three. Even more glad Jeremy won, because he deserved it. Jeremy played the game there is no denying that. Sure his last statement was heartfelt, but Jury which is full of Survivor gamers “unanimously” voted the best player to win. And the best player won.

  • Vy Nguyen

    Jeremy brought his family into the game. He needed the money the most so, they were somewhat “pity votes”.

    Spencer had to make his case, and it was true, if Kelly did stay she would’ve won. Jeremy didn’t even see that. He was considering getting them to make fire just for the sake of it. Sure he was arrogant, but it was necessary to make his case, I was convinced after his pitch. In my eyes what Jeremy did to Kimmy was a lot worse. That was personal.

    Spencer had no idols, no advantages, he worked for loyalty. In life some people just draw in loyalty, Jeremy gained alliances because he exudes confidence. Spencer doesn’t have that like Jeremy.

    Overall, Spencer worked the hardest to get to his spot. People were intimidated by him because they thought he a smart manipulator, and it’s very hard to get people to work with him once they saw him as that. Yet he raised to the top. Jeremy was always or at most at the top.

  • sandy b

    I am happy with the final three and actually first was thrilled that Jeremy won. After reanalyzing and reading others comments, the fact that Spencer was usually on the bottom but managed to get to the final 3 does give reason for him to have won. He played hard, won challenges, made good moves, saved Jeremy from Kimmi near the end and all of it without any idols. I love Jeremy too and he played good but he did not have to struggle like Spencer. I hope Jeremy remembers how Spencer convinced him that Kimmi was willing to stab in him in the back. Jeremy had no idea and if it were not for Spencer, Jeremy would have been gone and never in the final 3. Definitely a lot to think about!

  • sandy b

    I would like to add something to my previous comment. Yes I was happy with the final 3 but it was not perfect. JOE should have been there and won and then no one could have debated the pros and cons over the winner. I hope to see Joe again on Survivor or perhaps the Amazing Race.