Who Gets Eliminated on ‘The Amazing Race’ Tonight? 5/29

Amazing Race 2019 Spoilers

Photo: Monty Brinton ©2018 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved Pictured L-R: Jamal Zadran and Leo Temory on THE AMAZING RACE

The Amazing Race has eliminated another team from its current season. After a grueling challenge that saw the teams leap 400 feet into the Gletscherschlucht Glacier Gorge, it wasn’t revealed that tonight’s was a non-elimination challenge, meaning that nobody went home.

Nicole Franzel and Victor Arroyo were the closest to getting the boot, however. The team narrowly lost to Rachel and Elissa, who finished the grueling challenge second to last. The episode ended with both teams being unhappy with one another, meaning there may be some bad blood heading into the finale.

The synopsis for tonight’s episode, “Living Fearlessly”, read, “Teams travel to Switzerland, where they free-fall over 400 feet into the Gletscherschlucht glacier gorge.” The teaser for the episode showed team Tyler and Korey as the latter free-falls though a glacier canyon. They ultimately finished the challenge in first place.

‘The Amazing Race’ Have 7 Remaining Teams Vying for the Grand Prize

There are only seven teams left in the race for the grand cash prize. Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl are currently in first place after taking leg 6. The Afghanimals, comprised of Leo Temory and Jamal Zadran, have won the first two legs; while Team Fun, made up of Becca Droz and Floyd Pierce, took Legs 3 and 5. Meanwhile, Colin Guinn and Christie Woods came out on top during Leg 4. Rachel Reilly and Elissa Slater have struggled to maintain their footing.

According to GoldDerby, 43 percent of viewers feel that one of the Big Brother teams will win the grand prize. While fans haven’t specified which one. While the options didn’t specify which one, most feel that the team made up of Nicole Franzel and Victor Arroyo could possibly pull out the win. They have a trio of second-place finishes and one in third.

Tyler Oakley & Korey Kuhl Are Currently In First Place

Conversely, only three percent of viewers feel that the final team, Chris Hammons and Bret LaBelle, have a chance at winning the whole thing. did. The duo struggled during the first three legs and were narrowly saved by a non-elimination. Hammons and LaBelle are the last Survivor team standing, but things don’t look good for them heading into tonight’s episode.

The most recent team eliminated was Big Brother‘s Janelle Pierzina and Britney Haynes. They spoke with Parade about their elimination and the struggles they faced along the way. “We did try to learn from our mistakes, trust me. After every leg, we would say, ‘Okay, what did we do wrong? What can we improve on?,” Haynes explained. “But you can’t improve on your cab getting stuck in bad traffic. That was something really out of our control. We didn’t know where we were going; we certainly couldn’t direct our driver in another direction. That one incident just, unfortunately, set us on a path, and we couldn’t recover from that.”

Haynes added that the experience was rewarding, even if she and Pierzina got eliminated. “It’s not even about how we fared in the competition or how we stacked up next to other people. It’s about the fact that we were able to do it at all,” she said. “We felt like we could take on the challenge. We’re not just moms who have to sit at home and raise our kids. We can still take risks. That was a huge part of it.”

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