“There’s a tremendous amount that happens on the show that you don’t get to see,” says “Survivor: Worlds Apart” castoff Vince Sly about his blindside during our Q&A podcast (listen below). “My perception is that there’s no reason for Will to have gone with any other decision than us against the Barbie Bots. I did everything I possibly could to set that up, including the reason why they chose to split their votes … which was I faked an Idol.”
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“I get that I was a bit of a crazy player,” Vince admits. “Day 3, when I hadn’t slept for a couple of days, I had gone past the point of being quirky and extemporaneous probably into the realm of capricious … and I may have said some things that [Will] was triggered by.”
In our podcast, Vince also tells us what he really thinks about his No Collar tribe members, describing them each in one word.
Nina Poersch: “Joyful.”
Will Sims: “Committed.”
Joe Anglim: “Creative.”
Hali Ford: “Mystical.”
Jenn Brown: “Independent.” (Not “Bitch” as he jokes at first.)
Scroll down to listen to our entire Q&A podcast with Vince, including why he decided to wear those feathers in his hair and how he tried to save himself with a fake immunity Idol.
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