Who Was Voted Out in Episode 7 of ‘Australian Survivor’?

“Australian Survivor: Blood V Water” has had followers the world over excited for months, partially as a result of inclusion of Sandra Diaz-Twine, the show’s first two-time winner, and her 24-year-old daughter Nina.

Some pre-show teasers and trailers had followers speculating that Sandra’s hardcore gameplay would end in both Sandra or Nina voting the opposite out, and on Sunday, this was confirmed to be the case when Sandra grew to become the fifth particular person voted out of the sport, partially as a result of vote cast towards her by her daughter.

Here’s what you have to know:

Nina Twine Voted off Her Mother

Back in January, some teasers of “Australian Survivor: Blood V Water” previewed a possible in-game rivalry between the mother-daughter pair. An prolonged trailer for the season launched in early January had Sandra ominously stating, “I’m not apprehensive about her. Queen stays Queen… I might by no means hand my crown to anybody.” In another teaser, Sandra stated she would “beat [Nina’s] ass to remind her who’s Queen.”

For Nina’s half, she has additionally hinted she wouldn’t hesitate in writing her mom’s identify down if she needed to. “I’m coming for her crown,” she stated within the early January trailer. “She already gained, not as soon as however twice. I’m gonna try to dethrone my mom.”

All these hints had followers operating wild with hypothesis that that mother-daughter pair would possibly activate one another, and in episode 7, these theories had been confirmed true. As it seems, it was Nina who ended up voting out her mom, proving she is certainly “coming for her crown.”

Sandra’s elimination as soon as once more occurred on Day 16, similar to the opposite two seasons wherein she was voted out, main some to name Day 16 Sandra’s “Survivor curse.” Sandra herself famous this reality when she was voted out of “Winners at War.” After her torch was snuffed, she turned to her tribe and stated, “Day 16 bought me once more.”

Sandra Was Voted Out Unanimously

Although Sandra had already survived three Tribal Councils this season, episode 7 noticed Sandra get the boot when she discovered herself on the fallacious facet of the numbers on her “Blood” tribe; additionally as a result of she wasn’t her tribe’s greatest problem performer. Despite Nina’s greatest efforts to assist her keep, the remainder of the tribe remained united towards her and Nina was compelled to stay with the numbers and vote her mom out. In Nina’s voting confessional, she stated:

You all the time say me to stay with the bulk, and sadly it appears like the bulk is coming after you. I want we might’ve performed collectively longer.

In her parting phrases, Sandra stated she was “taken without warning” by her elimination.”All of a sudden my daughter is me humorous, and saying issues, and I’m like, ‘Oh, rattling. Her alliance is gonna get me,'” Sandra stated.

This so-called “betrayal” mirrors the elimination of Laura Morett in season 27 of the American show, “Blood vs. Water,” wherein her daughter Ciera Eastin reluctantly joined invoting her out, principally as a result of Laura’s destiny was already sealed anyway. This incident, nevertheless, was rather more emotional for the mother-daughter pair than that of Sandra’s elimination.

That season additionally noticed former winner Tina Wesson beat her 25-year-old daughter Katie Collins in a Redemption Island duel, sending her out of the sport. Tina would rejoin the sport by profitable the next Redemption Island duel the subsequent episode. Interestingly, that was additionally a mother-daughter pair the place the mom was a earlier winner.

Although Sandra might not be a contestant on “Blood V Water,” American followers of the show nonetheless have her daughter Nina to root for. “Feel unusually emotional at Sandra’s elimination,” one fanonline stated. “She’s such a robust, class act, epic participant and I really feel actually fortunate that she joined our sport. Wish we might have seen her play for longer. Princess Nina for the crown!

“Australian Survivor” airs Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday nights on Network 10 for Australian viewers. American “Survivor” airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Eastern on CBS. Season 42premieres March 9.


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