"I've had nine months to think about it!" she told Et on the red carpet, revealing how she'll spend her money after being announced as season 34's Sole Survivor.
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"I'm going to tie it to my church, obviously. Ten percent is going to church off the top, and then my husband and I just want to build a home, and set money aside for retirement," Lacina continued. "It's really boring, but that's really what's going to happen."
Lacina's plan is airtight -- with no room for impulse purchases.
"I want to be smart with it because a million dollars can go quickly," she shared. "I'm just, I'm
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“In a game for a million dollars, you have to practice a little delayed gratification, because it might cost you a million dollars down the line.”
– Zeke Smith, Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X
Survivor is rarely a game of simple decisions,
The 35-year-old surfer spent his shortest time on the island this most recent go-around (24 days), after being eliminated on Wednesday night's second episode.
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This season of Survivor: Game Changers seemed tailor-made for Lusth, who quickly became a fan favorite on his first season, 2006's Survivor: Cook Islands, for his survival skills and incredible immunity streaks, though his time was surprisingly cut short on Wednesday after failing to win an immunity challenge he had played -- and won -- twice before.
After lasting more than an hour and half holding himself up on a giant, building-sized pole, Lusth dropped to the ground, giving immunity
The two-time Survivor player was outed as transgender by fellow tribe member Jeff Varner during tribal council on Wednesday's episode of Game Changers.
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Varner, who told host Jeff Probst that he felt he was going home earlier in the tribal council, decided to reveal one last piece of information in the hopes of saving himself.
"There is deception here. Deceptions on levels, Jeff, that these guys don't even understand," Varner said, looking at Smith. "Why haven't you told anyone that you're transgender?"
While Smith was open about his sexuality during his last appearance on the show, Survivor: Millenials vs. Gen X, and even inspired another contestant, Bret, to come out to him on the show, the transgender reveal was a shock to his tribe -- and something Smith hoped wouldn't
Diaz-Twine spoke to People Thursday after viewers saw her torch snuffed by host Jeff Probst after a career total of 94 days. But what did she leave behind the could really screw up at least one other player’s game?
Diaz-Twine reveals that, before one of the initial tribe swaps, she created a counterfeit immunity idol (yes, the very trick Debbie Wanner
After yet another tribe swap, the only two-time winner of the game found herself at the bottom of Nuku, and was eliminated sixth, leaving by a 5-2 vote after just 16 days.
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Et hopped on the phone with Sandra the morning after the moment she said would never happen, where she opened up about the fateful moment host Jeff Probst finally snuffed her torch -- and answered all our burning questions about her hilarious stunts this season.
Et: Jeff Probst said multiple times that you were so eager to jump back into Survivor that you even blindly said yes to joining this season without knowing what they were asking you. When you heard the title of the season was Game Changers, did that
No matter what happened on this week's episode of Survivor, the queen does indeed stay queen — but it's finally time to say adios.
In the sixth episode of Game Changers, Sandra Diaz-Twine, the only two-time winner in Survivor history, finally discovered what it feels like to have her torch snuffed by Jeff Probst. After swapping tribes and landing on the wrong side of a numbers majority against the original Nuku tribe, Sandra calmly attempted a coup that would send idol hunter Tai Trang...
“One whole day is enough time to turn anybody’s head around.” — Sandra Diaz-Twine, Winner, Pearl Islands and Heroes vs. Villains
Survivor, with a special guest star? Wait a minute, are they stranded on Gilligan’s Island?
When John Cochran stepped onto Debbie’s boat asking, “Hope it’s okay if I join ya!” it marked a major evolution in the history of the show:
Aubry Bracco has finally accepted that Sandra Diaz-Twine is a force to be reckoned with after J. T. Thomas’ surprise elimination in last week’s Survivor: Game Changers episode.
In a People Now exclusive sneak peek at Wednesday’s episode, Aubry returns to camp totally shocked that Sandra turned the tables, securing Jeff Varner’s vote against J.T. rather than Michaela Bradshaw.
“You guys came to play. I’m impressed,” she remarks. “I really am.”
Aubry admits that she feels like she can’t form an alliance with the power players in her tribe,
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