UPDATE: Voting for the “Survivor” Hall of Fame Class of 2013 has ended. Please come back Wednesday, December 11, 2013 to meet the first inductee. And, follow @survivorhall on Twitter for up-to-the-minute updates.
The “Survivor” Hall of Fame is proud to have 2010 inductee Sandra Diaz-Twine as a member of the Executive Voting Committee. As a member of this exclusive committee, Sandra (along with Host Jeff Probst and other “Survivor” luminaries) has accepted an awesome responsibility. The committee’s votes will make up 50% of the final tally for entry into the prestigious Class of 2013. The other 50% will come from “Survivor” fans like you.
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Sandra Diaz-Twine’s 2013 Hall of Fame Ballot
I take my voting privileges and ballot seriously. My 2013 Nominees are as follows…
The Top Spot in my ballot goes to none other than Kim Spradlin – (“Survivor: One World”). This chick is ferocious. She played what we call a “Perfect Game.” By being the leader of the female alliance she was able to destroy and decimate the Manono men.
Kim made strong bonds with her tribe mates, which is so crucial from a social aspect. Kim’s tribe depended on her physical, dominating nature to help them win challenges. But Kim also had the Hidden Immunity Idol in her possession, which made her even more dangerous. Kim is so quiet. Her pretty smile will distract you, but she’s destructive. She took total responsibility for voting people out and that’s why she took home the million and the $100,000 fan favorite to boot. “Survivor” fans love Kim.
Another “Perfect Game” player is John Cochran – (“Survivor: South Pacific” and “Survivor: Caramoan – Fans vs. Favorites”). I once wore a pajama top and wrote on it with a black permanent marker as I was live chatting… I was writing “I Luv Cochran” when I ran outta space. Well, long story short John’s last name didn’t fit on my top and it wasn’t a good look. I was laughed at for quite a while.
I loved him on “South Pacific” because I felt like he was bullied and socially awkward, betrayed by his allies and, just like me, not a physical threat whatsoever. But as fate would have it, this Super Fan would play again and this time around he joined the “Millionaires’ Club.” Although it took him two attempts, this is when his prior experience and “Survivor” Smarts kicked in. Cochran miraculously won 4 individual immunity challenges. His strategic and social game won him all the jury votes. If I ever play again, I wanna be just like Cochran and win an Immunity Challenge. He’s my hero.
My third and final vote goes to Jerri Manthey – (“Survivor: The Australian Outback,” “Survivor: Alll-Stars,” and “Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains”) who I nominated last year. I’m sticking to my guns when I say Jerri deserves and has earned her place in the Hall of Fame. I played with Jerri and I know what she’s capable of. She’s the “Black Widow” for a reason. She will bite off your head in a heartbeat, without a second thought. But Jerri also has a beautiful side. Jerry grew as a player and a person making the final four on “Heroes vs. Villains.” Jerri was a vital asset to my end game and to the tribe as a whole. Jerri protected many people along the way, without her protection they would have been easily picked OFF! Jerri is an expert at building solid relationships. Had Jerri been in the final three, she would have won “Heroes vs. Villains” hands down!
Voting for the “Survivor” Hall of Fame Class of 2013 has ended. Please come back Wednesday, December 11, 2013 to meet the first inductee. And, follow @survivorhall on Twitter for up-to-the-minute updates.