Shantel Shan Smith, a castaway from Survivor 41, was sent home during the Wednesday, July 27 episode of The Challenge: USA.
On the program, the Toronto native starred alongside several Survivor alums, all of whom agreed to protect each other in the game.
In a recent interview, Shan revealed that she trusted one Survivor alum more than the others.
Here's all you need to know about it.
Shan Said Everyone Had Their Eye on Tyson
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Shan said in her leaving interview with Parade that the former Survivor players promised to keep an eye out for each other throughout the game.
The Survivor group was great, really Survivor-strong. We were locked in with each other, and we were not going to break, she told the outlet.
Shan revealed that the group never fully trusted Tyson Apostol, despite their agreement to keep up their mutual respect.
According to the publication, nobody trusted Tyson. Maybe even some of us didnt like Tyson because of his performance on Survivor.
She continued, "I think most of us were impressed with Tyson." Even though we were like, "It makes sense for us to stay Survivor strong," we were also like, "Oh, but Tyson, we see you in the corner there trying to unite all of the people making money."
Survivor 43: Everything We Know
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Survivor will be back this autumn, and while the majority of the details regarding the upcoming season are still unknown, the Survivor team has released a few details about season 43.
Here's what we know.
When Does the Premiere Take Place?
Is it time to come back to the island? Season 43 of #Survivor premieres on Wednesday, September 21st on @CBS! pic.twitter.com/pOlBwCsUJN
SURVIVOR (@survivorcbs) will be available on June 23, 2022.
On CBS and Paramount Plus, Survivor 43 will premiere on Wednesday, September 21 at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.
How Many Castaways Are There?
Jeff Probst announced that Survivor 43 would recruit 18 more players to the Mamanuca Islands in Fiji in a promotional video for the coming season.
What Twists Will Remain?
Jeff Probst spoke to Entertainment Weekly in May 2022 about what fans can expect from Survivor's future seasons.
Probst assured Dalton Ross that the new Survivor era will be here forever, and he even revealed what twists might make a return in season 43.
He told the outlet that when we say this is a new phase of the game, we mean it. Things like small tribes, no food, risk/reward dilemmas, and Shot In The Dark, are here to stay. Other seasonal changes will come and go depending on the season.
The controversial hourglass twist will not be mentioned in season 43, according to Probst.
Stay tuned for more Survivor 43 information.