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The the final tribal council, Jeff and Kim both pleaded their case to the jury that they helped create, and when the votes came in, Jeff was crowned the winner of Survivor: Couples after recieving five of the seven jury votes.
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On Survivor’s season 30 in 2014, she was voted out on day 21, making her the first jury member.
Fast forward three years and she landed in the same situation. “I pretty much just took my last season and put it in the trash. My head was everywhere else,” Ford explains to Us Weekly. I felt a lot more confident and I was a lot more present and I was talking strategy more.
She was runner-up of the Survivor: Heroes Vs Villains. On this show, she interviewed the voted off contestants from survivor and chats with special guests.
She worked as host from 7th of July 2011 to 14th of October 2011. According to her Wikipedia pages, her family along with her moved to Atlanta when she was 11 years old.
On the Wednesday, April 19, episode of Game Changers, Ford was sent packing on day 22, making her — yep! Watching the episode, I had no idea that Sierra thought I was gunning for anyone.
As a result, the tribe had to revote, with Erik and Jenna immune., Kim won her first individual immunity, and chose to vote out Jennifer, taking Jeff with her to the final two.
Us: In your final confessional, you said it was dumb to vote you out right now. HF: Everyone was always talking about drawing this line in the sand, but no one was willing to make the move to do that. Cirie has this air about her that when you’re in her hands you feel secure. She gives off this air that she’s a gangster and can take care of you. If you can make people feel secure, then you have a lot of power.
If it really was the two factions — Zeke [Smith], Andrea [Boehlke], Sarah [Lacina] and then Brad [Culpepper] and Sierra’s crew — why not make a move now, when you can really get those numbers and have control over the game? Us: At tribal, you admitted you didn’t have an idol. HF: I was stunned to find out they genuinely thought I had an idol and I was offended that that might be the reason I go home, because it was so false. I was trying to do everything I could to dispel that incredibly false belief. HF: I have a big regret about the move that I didn’t make. Us: Is she the biggest threat in the game right now?
If there already are two sides, now is the time when you pull in, as Zeke said, those soldiers. I don’t know if it would have changed their vote anyway, even if I had literally shaken down and stripped down. Us: Watching the season back, do you have more clarity on why you were voted out? At the metamorphosis challenge [on the Wednesday, April 12, episode], I knew the word metamorphosis. But now, having watched the episode, I don’t know if that would have saved me. HF: At this point, I would say that you need to keep your eye on Andrea.
HF: I’m probably more confused because I had no idea why Sierra genuinely thought I had an idol. I don’t think they showed it, but Jeff [Probst] was out there talking about butterflies and caterpillars. Jeff was dropping so many clues but no one was listening to him. I wish, in retrospect, that I had thrown that challenge and that we could have voted Cirie [Fields] out. Immunity challenges are big, and when you pair that with social and strategic smarts, Andrea is the biggest threat. I’m a lot more excited about my real life than Survivor right now.