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The historical finale – Survivor: Edge of Extinction & # 39; has a controversial winner



Survivor's final: Edge of Extinction was a crazy race on Wednesday and fans have mixed emotions. 27 nights after being eliminated, Chris Underwood has found his way into the game since Edge of Extinction.

He survived a few tribal councils and then won the last challenge of immunity. While his place in the last three places was assured, Chris then did something that no one saw coming: giving up his immunity to face Rick Devens in a fire challenge.

It was a bold move and the first time anyone gave up his immunity to participate in the fire contest. Devens had dominated the game and was clearly the favorite to win – that 's until Chris prevailed.

Devens away, and Chris' daring move back to the minds of the jurors, it only left Jeff Probst to read the votes.

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Elisabeth Hasselbeck / Filarski ("Outback")

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Elisabeth Hasselbeck / Filarski

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Rob Mariano and Amber Brkich ("All-Stars")

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Rob Mariano and Amber Brkich

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Ethan Zohn ("All-Stars")

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Ethan Zohn

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Jaclyn Schultz ("San Juan Del Sur")

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Jaclyn Schultz

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Stephenie LaGrossa ("Heroes vs. Villains")

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Stephenie LaGrossa

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James "J.T." Thomas ("Heroes vs. Villains)

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James "J.T." Thomas

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Amanda Kimmel ("Heroes vs. Villains")

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Amanda Kimmel

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Malcolm Freberg ("Fans vs. Favorites")

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Malcolm Freberg

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Tony Vlachos ("Cagayan")

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Tony Vlachos

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Joe Anglim ("Second Chance")

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Joe Anglim

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Julie McGee ("San Juan Del Sur")

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Julie McGee

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Parvati Shallow ("Cook Island")

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Parvati Shallow

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Ozzy Lusth ("Cook Islands")

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Ozzy Lusth ("South Pacific")

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Ozzy Lusth

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Ozzy Lusth ("Game Changer")

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Kim Spradlin ("One World")

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Kim Spradlin

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It was the first time in the history of Survivor that someone won after being eliminated, and the fans were not happy with it. But there was a fan who was happy, the international superstar, Sia.

The singer-songwriter is a big fan of the series and is renowned for making cash donations to his favorite players.

This season, she donated $ 15,000 to Joe for being cut off for a charity, $ 15,000 to Aurora for being placed in foster care and $ 100,000. to Devens for playing a "deadly game".


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