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She was joined by C.J. Harris and Sam Woolf in the bottom three, but it was Majesty who Ryan Seacrest revealed had the lowest number of America's votes this week. Majesty's save-me song was "Happy" from "Despicable Me 2," but were the judges moved enough to save her?
There were lots of tears shed on "Survivor: Cagayan" this week.
Dreadlocked Lindsey Ogle walked off the show after brawling with . Then beauty queen Alexis Maxwell was ousted at tribal council and sobbed as she sauntered away, disappointed that she didn't make it further in the game.
However, with Solana winning immunity, Lindsey would not have faced elimination at tribal council. Was she right or wrong to throw in the towel?
Vote in our poll below and be sure to make your predictions as to next week's episode here.
Our Users had given Lindsey Ogle the second-best odds to be axed at this week's tribal council on "Survivor: Cagayan." Instead, she walked off the show after last week's axing of her pal Cliff Robinson.
Even down a player, her tribe -- Solana -- still won the immunity challenge, leaving the rival players on Aparri to fight among themselves for survival.
Your first place pick -- Morgan McLeod -- escaped elimination when the rest of the Aparri tribe sided with her in a feud with Jeremiah Wood. Instead, they turned on the wily Alexis Maxwell who found herself in the firing line.
Lindsey Ogle stomped off "Survivor" because "I can't have someone antagonizing me anymore," she cried to Jeff Probst at night on the beach. She was referring, of course, to Trish Hegarty, who went all gonzo on her when they returned from tribal council.
Some witnesses may think Lindsey started the fight because she fumed to her tribal partners, "You all screwed up majorly!" after they voted Cliff Robinson off Cagayan. She and Cliff had been BFF, so she was understandably upset. At least Lindsey didn't counter by attacking the others in a vicious personal way.
But that's what Trish did when she lashed out in response. "Let me make this clear to you moving forward," she growled at Lindsey. "I will respect you but I don't like you!"
Poor C.J. is no stranger to being amongst Gold Derby's predictions for who will be eliminated.
During Top 13 week he was in third place to go home with 15/2 odds, for Top 12 week he was in first place to be eliminated with 13/5 odds, for Top 11 week he placed second-worst with 5/1 odds, and just last week he was third place to get the boot with 13/2 odds.
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Help, "Survivor" fans! I can't decide who I loath the most on Cagayan island -- and there are too many despicable choices!
When this "Survivor" season began, it was easy. Tony Vlachos exulted in being a plotting, duplicitous creep as he lied to fellow cop Sarah Lacina about Cliff Robinson and Lindsey Ogle conspiring against her. When Tony pledged his undying loyalty to Sarah, he did so on their badges, then snickered privately to TV viewers, "It means nothing. You can swear on your kids, your family, dead grandmother. It doesn't matter to me. It's just words."
Is it bye-bye time on "Survivor" for Morgan McLeod, Lindsey Ogle or Alexis Maxwell? Those three contestants have the best odds to get the boot at next tribal council, according to Gold Derby racetrack odds: Morgan at 3 to 2, Lindsey at 21 to 10 and Alexis at 11 to 2.
Morgan may be most vulnerable because it was recently revealed to her team mates that, when she arrived on the island, she opted for a chance to snag an immunity idol instead of getting a guaranteed bag of extra rice for her tribe. Worse, she failed to find the idol.
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