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‘Jeopardy!’ contestant loses 15-game winning streak to ‘Survivor’ star in huge upset

“Survivor” contestant beat a “Jeopardy!” contestant who was on a 15-game winning streak on Wednesday night’s episode. Drew Basile, 23, who came in sixth place on Season 45 of “Survivor,” dominated the match against returning champion Adriana Harmeyer, 34, and Tekla Sauter.Harmeyer, an archivist from West Lafayette, Indiana, was the odds-on favorite to win her 16th game in a row.But she couldn’t outplay Basile, a Michigan-based graduate student who is pursuing a master’s degree in English Literature at the University of Oxford in England.Basile mentioned his “Survivor” past when he introduced himself to host Ken Jennings.“It’s not my first rodeo, Ken.

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Survivor star deletes tweets exposing brutal reality of life on the show
“Australian Survivor” contestant Simon Mee today tweeted – then hastily deleted – some insight about just how tough life can be for those playing the game.Simon responded to a fan’s meme about the show with some behind-the-scenes goss, revealing that life on the beach in Samoa can get very “Lord of the Flies.”One brief scene in a recent episode of the reality series saw fellow contestant Gerry angrily chastise Simon about where he’d placed the tribe’s firewood in the camp.It was a surprising outburst from the usually mild-mannered rescue pilot, so far one of the game’s most softly spoken players.As fans shared the moment online, Simon – forever on the bottom this season, but somehow still in the game as it enters its final stages – explained that the blow-up was a symptom of bigger issues, as players jostled to keep their spot in the game’s fragile hierarchy.Simon said that “Survivor’s” rudimentary sleeping arrangements, in which players huddle together for warmth under a makeshift shelter (with – if they’re lucky – a tarp to keep the rain out), revealed “a lot about the pecking order of the tribe.”“Gerry slept in the middle of the shelter with the blanket every night. But when he collected fire wood, he stacked down the end of the shelter,” he wrote.“Which also happened to me by bed.”In a follow-up tweet, also deleted, Simon revealed that he would have to move the firewood any time he wanted to make space for himself in his less protected area of the shelter.Former player and “Survivor” megafan Matt Tarrant responded to the tweet, saying it was “legit true” that players should “never sleep on the edge of the bed at camp” if they wanted to stay in the players’ inner circle.“Aww thanks Matt,” said Simon.
'Survivor' Reveals 18 Newest Castaways Competing in Season 42
is getting ready to set sail — and then strand a whole new group of castaways for the show's 42nd season.On Wednesday, CBS revealed the 18 new castaways that will compete on the next edition of the Emmy Award-winning series, and the network promises this will be the «one of the most intense versions» of the show yet.The hotly anticipated season will feature «game-changing twists, and a relentless pace,» according to the press release, which will «push these castaways to their limits.»«These determined players will be divided into three tribes of six and face a faster, more extreme season from the moment they step foot on the beach,» the network teased. «The unpredictable situations will test even the strongest competitor, as food is scarce, rewards and supplies are minimal, and the mental and physical challenges force players to make impossible decisions and adjust their strategies, while still navigating the complex social game.»Here's a look at the 18 new castaways who will be competing for the title of Sole Survivor and the $1 million grand prize!Chanelle Howell 29  Hamden, Conn. New York, N.Y.  Executive recruiter Daniel Strunk 30 Cincinnati, Ohio New Haven, Conn. Law clerk Drea Wheeler 35  San Antonio, Texas Montreal, Quebec Fitness consultantHai Giang 29 Atlanta, Ga.