Jennah-Louise Salkeld pictured in a scene from Australian Survivor.
Jennah-Louise Salkeld pictured in a scene from Australian Survivor. Nigel Wright

Australian Survivor's alliance finally ousts Jennah-Louise

AUSTRALIAN Survivor's last dissenter has been picked off by the reality show's core alliance.

Gold Coast law graduate Jennah-Louise Salkeld was elminated tonight after doggedly trying to break up the competition's master manipulators Brooke, El and Flick.

"The most frustrating thing for me was how the boys were happy to go whenever they (the girls) go," Ms Salkeld told APN.

"I remember Sam said to me he's a risk taker and I'm still yet to figure out what he was talking about.

"I did get out of the game what I wanted to the extent of challenging myself. After 43 days I was the most run down that I've ever been, but as far as game play I didn't get what I wanted."

Sam Webb and Lee Carseldine in a scene from Australian Survivor.
Sam Webb and Lee Carseldine in a scene from Australian Survivor. Nigel Wright

The 27-year-old now joins the show's growing jury of eliminated contestant, who will determine the show's winner.

"As much as you're disappointed you leave the game, for most of us there was a sense of relief," she said.

"There is so much pressure on you day in day out during the game. Whenever you're awake you're thinking about how to play the game. As soon as you're out you get to reflect on the experience and everyone goes back to being humans again."

Ms Salkeld struck up a surprising friendship with fellow jury member Nick Iadanza.

"I do think he was a bit of a goose in the game but the jury gave us an opportunity to mend what was broken in the game," she said.

Jennah-Louise Salkeld talks to Nick Iadanza in a scene from Australian Survivor.
Jennah-Louise Salkeld talks to Nick Iadanza in a scene from Australian Survivor. Nigel Wright

 

"Nick is one of my closest friends now, funny enough."

She is still undecided on who out of the remaining seven castaways deserves to win the show's $500,000 grand prize.

"Those in that large alliance have had such an easy game. At this point in time I have no idea who I'd vote for," she said.

"Once they start imploding I hope to see people making moves.

"The person I would be looking for ,as a jury member, to win would be someone who played strategically and was willing to take risks and make good moves."

Australian Survivor continues tomorrow at 7.30pm on Channel 10.


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