“There’s no relationship. We have nothing in common,” reveals Jeremy Crawford, the third castoff from “Survivor: David vs. Goliath,” when we asked about what his status is today with Natalie Cole. “We battled it out, but it was a difference of opinion. I didn’t like her, she didn’t like me,” Jeremy tells us after being voted out of Season 37, Episode 3 by a 9-1 vote over Natalie. Listen to our “Survivor” exit interview above.
Heading into tribal council, Jeremy thought that his chances of going home were “50-50” between him and Natalie. As for their epic rivalry, Jeremy divulges, “I didn’t see it as two champs on ‘Survivor,’ like one alliance versus another alliance. Neither of us had an alliance, so it wasn’t like a ‘Survivor’ battle where there are two different alliances and they’re going at each other. It was just two people who didn’t get along.”
As for why Angelina Keeley wanted Jeremy out of the game so badly, he explains, “Angelina had a problem with me the day of tribal because I said almost in a flippant comment that if she didn’t cool it with her showmance with John Hennigan then she would be in trouble if it got caught on TV. That’s what caused the rift. I only had less than two hours to try to put the fire out.”
Jeremy made waves at camp when he revealed that he’d discovered Dan Rengering‘s hidden immunity idol by rifling through his personal belongings. “I never told anybody about Dan’s idol — except Mike White — until 15 minutes before we got ready to go [to tribal],” he says about that decision. “I started telling people because I figured I was in trouble.” Will that information hurt Dan’s game in the coming weeks?
Also in our “Survivor” podcast, Jeremy tells us about his friendship with Mike and whether he knew he was an “Amazing Race” alum, what he would do differently if he could play again, whether next week’s tribe swap would have hurt his game or helped it, and who he’s personally rooting for to win the $1 million prize. Listen to our prior exit interviews with Pat Cusack and Jessica Peet.
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