For a special bonus round, I asked them the same question about a variety of characters from “Survivor” history…
I spoke with Rupert the morning after his Redemption Island defeat and asked him about that fateful Day One morning, his relationship with Candice, and how this quick exit will affect his legacy.
I had a chance to sit down with all twenty of the “Blood vs. Water” competitors before the game began. I’ll be posting exclusive interviews with each pairing in the days leading up to the September 18th season premiere.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Libertarian Party members are set to nominate former television reality series star Rupert Boneham as their candidate for Indiana governor. Libertarian officials say the fan favorite from 2004’s “Survivor: All-Stars” is unopposed for the party’s nomination and that he’ll be formally nominated at its state convention in Indianapolis on Saturday. The tie-dye […]
INDIANAPOLIS — Rupert Boneham won over TV viewers during 2004’s “Survivor: All-Stars” — earning a nifty $1 million as the overwhelming choice for fan favorite. Now the bushy-bearded, tie-dye-wearing Boneham is hoping Indiana voters will find him just as charming. Boneham, 47, announced Saturday that he’s seeking the Libertarian Party nomination for Indiana governor, saying […]
BY: TOM LoBIANCO INDIANAPOLIS – “Survivor” all-star contestant Rupert Boneham is considering a run for governor of Indiana. Boneham has formed an exploratory committee to possibly seek the Libertarian Party’s nomination for governor. He said on his campaign website that the current field of candidates doesn’t understand the problems average Hoosiers face. He cited his […]
I had a chance to chat with the man many consider to be the biggest villain in “Survivor” history to discuss how he’d like to see the game change, which player he thinks might be better than him, and why Sandra burning his hat was different than when Russell burned Jaison’s socks.
I spoke with villain-turned-favorite Jerri Manthey the morning after the “Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains” finale to discuss not only the evolution of a popular reality competition, but the evolution of a person…
Fun Fact: The “Survivor: Micronesia” finale where Parvati Shallow defeated Amanda Kimmel to claim the title of Sole Survivor aired exactly two years and one week ago.
I had a chance to speak with an exhausted Sandra the morning after her record-breaking victory to find out why she won the jury vote, how she kept her nails so nice in the Samoan wilderness, and how Russell’s attitude ruined her second “Survivor” win.