We can’t believe who won Survivor Blood vs Water tonight! We know all the Survivor spoilers were predicting this would happen, but we were really hoping for a last minute surprise. While Survivor 27 ended up being a much more entertaining season than we expected with all the crazy twists, we hate it when you already know who is going to win before the finale even begins.
Survivor spoilers from way back in October told us who was probably going to end up in the finale three. We also had strong rumors of which of them would end up as the castaway who won Survivor Blood vs Water. As we watched the season progress, we saw some spoilers about who would get booted when come up wrong and some come up right. For a while, it was hard to tell whether or not the rumors about the season finale were actually going to end up being correct.
On the Survivor Blood vs Water 2013 finale tonight, one castaway will finally be crowned as the winner after 39 grueling days and walk away with a cool million dollars. Although there have been spoilers galore about who won Survivor 27, we won’t believe them until the final Tribal Council is concluded. Mostly because we really don’t want those spoilers to be true!
Unfortunately, as it stands now, it looks like the writing is already pretty much on the wall about who wins Survivor 2013 Blood vs Water tonight. We have no doubt that Gervase Peterson, Tyson Apostol, and Monica Culpepper will end up as the final three when it comes time for the last Tribal Council. Ciera is the odd girl out and no matter who comes back from Redemption Island, they aren’t going to be able to break up that power of three alliance. This is totally consistent with the Survivor spoilersfrom way back in October about who would end up as the last three castaways.
Forget about who went home on Survivor 2013 in week 12, it’s all about the drama of what happened at the Tribal Council! Okay, okay, we know it is important who was eliminated on Survivor Blood vs Water this week and we’ll tell you in just a moment. But really, Tribal Council was a whole bunch of crazy this evening and the real entertainment was all about finding out who got voted off Survivor 27 tonight!
At the Redemption Island challenge this week, we had Tina, Caleb and Laura M. battling it out to determine who went home on Survivor 2013 next. This was one of those challenges we would hate to have to do and would no doubt royally screw up. Caleb was the odd man out coming into the challenge considering that Laura M. actually helped Tina to beat Vytas last week. It wasn’t very nice, but it worked.
We are quickly headed toward the Survivor Blood vs Water finale and tonight we’ll be down to the final eight after the next castaway gets the boot. We’re looking forward to seeing who went home on Survivor 2013 in week 12, but we’re really excited about all the drama we hear is in store for us tonight. According to Survivor spoilers for this week, Tribal Council is going to be crazy fun when we find out who got voted off Survivor 27 in this round!
As usual, we scoured our sources for clues about what will happen on tonight’s show. CBS has been keeping the Survivor Blood vs Water spoilers locked up tight this year. We did find some rather shaky sources that have been accurate now and then throughout the season and several that agreed on the week 12 elimination and Tribal Vote. So we’re going to make our predictions about the Survivor results tonight based on those and the current state of the game.
Taylor Lee Collins, son of Survivor Blood vs Watercastaway Tina Wesson and brother of contestant Katie Collins, died in a car accident in Chattanooga, TN on Tuesday. The 25-year-old was a passenger in a car that reportedly went off the road and slammed into the wall of a garage. According to police reports, Taylor was ejected from the car and died at a local hospital from his injuries.
According to the Chattanooga Police Department, the unidentified driver of the vehicle was also taken to the hospital, but only suffered minor injuries. Taylor Lee Collins was reportedly riding in the front passenger seat of the vehicle and may not have been wearing a seat belt. He was thrown from the car and despite efforts to save him by rescue personnel, succumbed to his injuries.