Tonight’s finale episode of Survivor: Second Chance was a history-making night, but there could only be one winner … and it was Jeremy Collins.
When the final six contestants went into their first tribal council of the night, people were back-stabbed, there was a voting deadlock, and people switched alliances. Both Kelley Wentworth and Jeremy Collins revealed hidden immunity idols while contestant Spencer Bledsoe was safe after winning the first immunity challenge of the episode. And so, the votes against Wentworth and Collins did not count. Upon re-voting, there was a tie for voting out contestants Kimmi and Tasha. And so, the three safe contestants, along with cast member Keith had to decide who to send home or Keith would be sent home by default. While Keith tried to give up his spot for single mother Kimmi, Kelley convinced him not to quit. And so, Kimmi was sent packing.
In the next immunity challenge, Keith and Kelley took the lead, and Kelley was the winner, guaranteeing herself a spot in the final four. Keith felt very defeated, feeling that Tasha, Spencer and Jeremy would consequently send him home.
Before the next tribal council, Kelley wanted to help her friend Keith, so she actually constructed a fake idol and used one of her old idol letters to wrap it in … It was genius. Jeremy suspected that Keith had an idol and decided to jump ship, joining Kelley and Keith against Spencer. And so, when tribal council came around, a new plan was been put in place … or was it? Jeremy ends up back-stabbing Keith and Kelley, providing the third vote against Keith, which ultimately sent him home.
Next was the Final Immunity Challenge with the top 4 contestants. Kelley Wentworth got disqualified first in the challenge, followed by Tasha Fox. It was down to Jeremy Collins and Spencer Bledsoe, but Jeremy took the win, guaranteeing his spot in the top 3. It was a very emotional win for him. Kelley’s only hope was to convince Jeremy to vote for Spencer. Unfortunately for her, she did not make it to the final three and the alliance won.
When it came to sitting in front of the jury, each of the final three contestants had to defend themselves and prove why they deserved the win.
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