He admittedly sucked in challenges, but Rodney Lavoie Jr. was incredible at his impression of Survivor: Worlds Apart winner Mike Holloway. We kicked off our one-on-one finale red carpet interview with Rodney asking him to unleash his shtick — and it is well worth watching! Rodney, who finished the season in fourth place, also revealed some behind-the-scenes drama surrounding the fire-making challenge that cost him the game. Plus, Rodney explained how he was discovered by casting.
Carolyn Rivera had a rough night during the Survivor: Worlds Apart finale. After learning she didn’t win the game, Jeff Probst told “Mama C” moments later that she also didn’t earn enough viewer votes for a spot on Survivor: Second Chance. Double bummer, huh? We talked with her on the red carpet immediately after the reunion show where Carolyn discussed which loss stings worse. Plus, she revealed why she felt the jury votes would actually be closer than they were. Hop inside this article to watch our full interview.
VIDEO | Survivor: Worlds Apart Finale Interview — Will Sims II Says Shirin Oskooi Doesn’t Deserve Second ChanceMay 22, 2015 07:00:50 by Ryan Haidet
He was the dead fish of Survivor: Worlds Apart, according to fellow castaway Shirin Oskooi. But when we talked one-on-one with Will Sims II at the Survivor: Worlds Apart finale red carpet, he revealed what animal Shirin should be compared to. He also explained why he does’t believe Shirin deserves a spot on Survivor: Second Chance. Finally, he hilariously talked about how his family poked fun at his amazingly poor challenge performances. Remember that slide early on in the season?!?! Dive on into this article to watch our full interview. Enjoy!
He dodged Tribal Council bullets left and right by winning Immunity challenge after challenge — and the jury rewarded him. We talked with Survivor: Worlds Apart winner Mike Holloway on the red carpet immediately after the finale in Los Angeles. During our chat, Mike reveals his thoughts on Shirin comparing him to a howler monkey and discusses his thoughts on missing out on his opportunity to compete on Survivor: Second Chance — Cambodia. You can watch our full interview inside this article!
Survivor: Worlds Apart came to a close tonight as Mike Holloway was crowned the sole survivor and winner of a million bucks, but then there was the always fun reunion show. And guess what fans? The new cast for the second chance season was also announced tonight – did your favorite make it back? Find out inside…
It’s been such a fun season of Survivor: Worlds Apart, that we can’t even imagine it is all coming to end tonight. With five still standing, would it be Sierra, Will, Mama C, Rodney, or Mike that would be crowned the sole survivor and winner of a million big ones? Get all of the details inside!
His dream of becoming a Survivor contestant finally came true. After years of applying, he landed a spot on the shores of Nicaragua as one of 18 castaways competing for $1 million on Survivor: Worlds Apart. But when the show started airing, Dan Foley says his Survivor dream became a nightmare. In a season with so much time focused on nastiness instead of strategy, Dan found himself a target of backlash from viewers and fellow castaways. In my one-on-one interview with Dan, he says CBS did him wrong and addresses all the drama. Plus, does he think Shirin Oskooi deserves to compete on Survivor: Second Chance next season? All that and so much more inside!
If they didn’t vote him out, Tyler Fredrickson says he was going to win Survivor: Worlds Apart. But his game was cut short at the final seven. In my one-on-one chat with Tyler, he revealed who he was planning on taking to the end, explained why Carolyn was his next target despite being such close allies and discussed who he hopes viewers will vote to bring back on Survivor: Second Chance. Plus, he talked about who was picked over him to compete on a previous season. Enjoy!
“We are doing something truly historic,” host Jeff Probst said at the close of this week’s Survivor: Worlds Apart episode. “We are turning the show over to you.” For the first time ever, fans have a helping hand in the casting process for season 31, currently known as Survivor: Second Chance. From Wednesday, May 6 until 9 p.m. Wednesday, May 20 (finale night), fans can vote for their picks of who they want to play the game again. Find out who is among the former castaways eligible for the vote inside this article.