XFINITY TV is proud to announce that Sandra Diaz-Twine, the only person to ever win “Survivor” twice, is our fifth and final inductee into the “Survivor” Hall of Fame Class of 2010.
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XFINITY TV is proud to announce that Richard Hatch is the fourth inductee into the “Survivor” Hall of Fame Class of 2010.
XFINITY TV is proud to announce that Russell Hantz is the third inductee (along with Parvati Shallow and ‘Boston’ Rob Mariano) into the “Survivor” Hall of Fame Class of 2010.
We’re proud to announce that ‘Boston’ Rob Mariano is the second inductee into the “Survivor” Hall of Fame Class of 2010. ‘Boston’ Rob appeared on an impressive eight of the nine Executive Voting Committee ballots and received the second highest amount of fan votes.
We’re proud to induct Parvati Shallow as the first member of the “Survivor” Hall of Fame Class of 2010. Not only was Parvati the only player whose name appeared on all nine of the Executive Voting Committee’s ballots, but she also received more fan votes than any other Survivor.
As a member of the exclusive Executive Voting Committee, Jeff Probst (along with Challenge Producer John Kirhoffer and other “Survivor” luminaries) have an awesome responsibility. Their votes will make up 50% of the final tally for entry into the prestigious ‘Survivor’ Hall of Fame.
I had a chance to get Mr. Probst’s thoughts on this sure to be hotly debated topic. What follows are his picks for the five best Survivors to ever wear a buff…
Fun Fact: The “Survivor: Micronesia” finale where Parvati Shallow defeated Amanda Kimmel to claim the title of Sole Survivor aired exactly two years and one week ago.
Last Thursday: Jerri upset Russell by not taking him on the reward outing, Sandra upset Russell by telling him she was against him, and yet Rupert was sent to the jury thus upsetting Rupert’s legions of fans.
BY: Derrik J. Lang LOS ANGELES – The numbers were in Sandra Diaz-Twine’s favor on ‘Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains‘ again. The brazen 34-year-old bank teller from Fayetteville, N.C., overcame her… More