“It happened two months ago, but watching the episode last night brought back all the emotions for me,” admits “Survivor: Second Chance” castoff Vytas Baskauskas in our new podcast (listen below). “I’m not angry at anybody, I’m not pissed at anybody, but I just wish I could have done better. I had so many hopes going into this season. It’s a bummer.” Hurry – make your “Survivor” predictions for a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift certificate. It’s fun and easy, so get started by scrolling down to predict which castaway will be kicked off the island next.
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According to exclusive Gold Derby odds that are derived from the predictions made by users like you, Vytas’ ouster was not a shocker as he had 8/1 odds (11% chance) of heading home, just behind leading contender Kass McQuillen at 9/4 odds (31% chance). Be sure to make YOUR predictions right here.
Many people thought Vytas would shine this season now that he’s no longer in the shadow of his brother, Season 12 winner Aras Baskauskas. Did Aras have anything to say about Vytas’ early exit? “Yeah, we had a big party last night. Aras has been really loving to me. He knows how disappointing that this is for me. He knows how badly I wanted to do well. We haven’t had any sort of rivalry about it.”
When we inform Vytas that Kelley Wentworth is predicted to win “Survivor: Second Chance,” he says, “I’ll tell you who I’m rooting for. I’m rooting for Terry Deitz, who was in my alliance. And I’m rooting for my girl Ciera Eastin, who I was on ‘Blood vs. Water’ with. I’m curious to see if Jeremy Collins does well, too.”
Also in our chat, Vytas gives kudos to Shirin Oskooi for coordinating his ouster, he talks about his friendships with Kelly Wiglesworth and Spencer Bledsoe and reveals what we didn’t see on TV. Scroll down to listen to our entire Q&A.
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