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After a great season of another blood vs. water competition, Survivor: San Juan del Sur has come to a close and the winner has been revealed!
Going into the three-hour season 29 finale, we had five contestants still in the running: Natalie Anderson (formerly a contestant on The Amazing Race), Keith Nale, Jaclyn Schultz, and mother-daughter duo Missy Payne and Baylor Wilson.
Two contestants were eliminated during the episode, leaving a final three that the jury was left to vote on.
Click inside to find out who won this season of Survivor… More Here! »
Caleb Bankston has died at the age of 26.
The Survivor: Blood vs. Water contestant lost his life after the train he rode on derailed on Tuesday (June 24) in Birmingham, Alabama.
“Caleb was an amazing man and friend,” fellow contestant Aras Baskauskas shared to People. “One of the sweetest and most sincere humans I’ve ever come across. I am gutted by his loss. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.”
Caleb is the third Survivor contestant to pass away since the show premiered in 2000.
In case you didn’t know, Caleb‘s fiance Colton Cumbie was also on the CBS show twice. The couple was reportedly set to get married this October.
We send out our thoughts and condolences to Caleb‘s loved ones during this difficult time.
And here is the cast of Survivor: Micronesia–THE FAVORITES! Thanks to EW for the scoopage on the SIXTEENTH season of the hit reality TV series!
11 — Cirie Fields, 37, Survivor: Panama
12 — Jonathan Penner, 45, Survivor: Cook Islands
13 — Amanda Kimmel, 23, Survivor: China
14 — James Clement, 30, Survivor: China
15 — Ozzy Lusth, 26, Survivor: Cook Islands
16 — Yau-Man Chan, 55, Survivor: Fiji
17 — Eliza Orlins, 25, Survivor: Vanuatu
18 — Jon Dalton (aka Johnny Fairplay), 33, Survivor: Pearl Islands
19 — Parvati Shallow, 25, Survivor: Cook Islands
20 — Ami Cusack, 24, Survivor Pearl Islands
Survivor: Micronesia premieres on Thursday, Feb. 7 @ 8PM ET/PT on CBS.
Here is half the cast of Survivor: Micronesia–THE FANS! EW gives us the deets on the contestants:
1 — Michael Bortone, 34, a writer/actor from Los Angeles (originally from Boston)
2 — Tracy Hughes-Wolf, 43, a commercial builder from Frederick, Va.
3 — Joel Anderson, 32, a firefighter from Avondale, Ariz.
4 — Kathleen Sleckman, 45, a golf course vendor from Glen Ellyn, Ill.
5 — Erik Reichenbach, 22, an ice cream scooper from Ypsilanti, Mich. (works in Hell, Mich.)
6 — Mary Sartain, 29, a small business owner from Emeryville, Calif.
7 — Chet Welch, 48, a beauty pageant coach from Ford City, Pa.
8 — Natalie Bolton, 32, a personal trainer from West Hollywood, Calif (orig. from Houston)
9 — Jason Siska, 22, a student teacher from Fox River Grove, Ill.
10 — Alexis Jones, 24, a motivational speaker from Beverly Hills (orig. from Austin, Tex.)
Doesn’t the ice cream scooper guy look like Jon Heder‘s character Jimmy MacElroy in Blades of Glory?? Except with washboard abs??
Survivor: Micronesia premieres on Thursday, Feb. 7 @ 8PM ET/PT on CBS. Set your TiVos now!
Survivor: China‘s lunch lady contestant Denise Martin may not have won the $1 million prize but her sob story about being demoted from lunch lady to janitor during Sunday’s finale earned her $50,000 on behalf of producer Mark Burnett.
Now, Nancy T. Lane, the superintendent of the Douglas Public Schools in Douglas, Mass., is saying that Denise lied to America. Apparently Denise had been promoted, not demoted, from lunch lady to janitor per her request.
“Yeah, I watched my own jaw drop when she said that, because it’s absolutely not true,” Lane told EW. “I can empathize, having been a working mother. It’s tough to work those night shifts. But she took the job; that’s the job she took leave from [to do Survivor]. If she wants to go back to the day shift, she should apply when one comes open… It’s difficult to grasp. We did nothing but encourage her. She took leave for almost three months, she was given additional times off when ever she needed it. Now she says this on national TV…. Douglas is a nice little town. Everybody was rooting for her, the local paper was bending over backwards with positive articles. Then to have it end this way. Talk about a letdown.”
Read the full press release from Lane about Denise inside… More Here! »