Exclusive Interviews With The Sixth and Seventh Members Of The Survivor: Game Changers Jury – Spoilers!

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Survivor Game Changers

Survivor Game Changers

We are now down to just six players left in the game on Survivor: Game Changers, as two more unfortunate souls were added to the ever-growing jury this week. You know you’re close to the finale when there are more jurors than there are remaining contestants, and speaking of the finale, it is now just one episode away (it’s next week: May 24th…mark your calendars!).

I had the chance to speak with both of the players voted out this week, but before we proceed, you know the drill: Make sure only to read on if you have seen this week’s episode, as spoilers are to follow! Turn back now! If you want to get caught up, be sure to check out the Episode 13 recap here.


Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow

Two strong, feisty women were sent to the jury this week, with Andrea Boehlke and Michaela Bradshaw both getting their torches snuffed during the penultimate episode of this season. They join the jury as the sixth and seventh members and will vote on the winner of Survivor: Game Changers next week.

Reinventing How This Game Is Played

Andrea Boehlke – a three-time player who was seemingly in control headed into this week – was the first #blindside victim of the night, getting betrayed by her close ally Cirie (who she tried to tickle on her way out…), after trying to target Sarah, whom apparently was more important to Cirie’s game. She has now joined the illustrious club of Survivor players that have played the game for over 100 days…she is the seventh person to do so (joining Amanda Kimmel, Parvati Shallow, Rupert Boneham, Rob Mariano, Ozzy Lusth, and Cirie Fields)…and she is the only one of these players to have debuted after Season 20, Heroes vs. Villains. As one of the most recognizable faces in the game’s history, Andrea is no stranger to the spotlight. After her original appearance on Survivor, she went on to earn several hosting jobs and acting gigs and currently is the host of the People Magazine’s online entertainment news-based show “People Now.”

A Line Drawn in Concrete

Michaela Bradshaw on the other hand, was not recognizable at all, at least to the other contestants (save Zeke) this season. That’s because nobody else out there ever saw her play Survivor. Her previous season, Millennials vs. Gen-X, had not yet aired when she went out for this season, so no one else other than Zeke had a chance to see what she was capable of. She fought an uphill battle the entire game, and was generally dismissed by many of the others, despite once again being a challenge beast this season (she also kicked a record number of said challenges, in frustration). Michaela broke down and cried when Zeke was voted out of the game and had seemed to form a real bond along-side Cirie late in the game. Heading into this week’s episode, she seemed safe, mainly because most of the other players saw her as a good candidate to sit next to at the end. But she was the victim of that crazy Tribal, and it might have been her relationship with Cirie that ultimately did her in.

I had a chance to chat with both Andrea and Michaela today, and you can find the full audio of each interview on my Podcast at the bottom of this article. For those that prefer the written word, here are some highlights for you from both interviews:


On why she was aligned with Cirie, and if she had plans to blindside her before Final Three:

Andrea Boehlke: I wasn’t planning on sitting in the Final Three with Cirie, because I didn’t want to lose a million dollars (laughs). So it was a case of her getting to me first, however, I don’t think anyone there was going to go to the end with Cirie, if they had it their way. So, like Sarah doesn&#8217…

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