Kate ‘KJ’ Austin is ELIMINATED from Australian Survivor: Blood V Water ahead of the season finale after being ousted by Chrissy Zaremba
Australian Survivor star Kate ‘KJ’ Austin has been the first to be eliminated from grand final week.
The former flight attendant had her torch snuffed out on Sunday, after Chrissy Zaremba couldn’t turn on her allegiance with the guys.
Alliances were made and broken after the Survivors were left in a tie with Kate ‘KJ’ Austin and Josh Millgate.
Gone: Survivor: Blood V Water star Kate ‘KJ’ Austin (pictured) was eliminated from the series on Sunday night
The female players had initially planned to try to make an all girl top three, but failed to make it happen after Chrissy flipped her vote.
The challenge started with Josh attempting to eliminate Shay from the competition fearing her strength in the game.
Shay had other plans with her winning the personal immunity challenge meaning she couldn’t be eliminated.
Shay and KJ attempted to eliminate Josh at tribal council but the girls were outplayed by Josh and his influence over Chrissy.
Bye: Alliances were made and broken after the Survivors were left in a tie with Kate ‘KJ’ Austin and Josh Millgate. Chrissy turned on KJ and she was eliminated from the competition
The final four in the competition is now Josh Millgate, Mark Wales, Chrissy Zaremba and Shay Lajoie.
They will now face a tough endurance challenge before a winner is crowned as sole Survivor on the series.
Kate was praising Shay, saying she hope she would take home the crown.
‘I think Shay (left) is gaining some real momentum, that girl is tough,’ KJ (middle) said during her exit interview for the show. Pictured: Mark (right)
‘I think Shay is gaining some real momentum, that girl is tough,’ she said during her exit interview for the show.
‘If one of the underdogs was going to take out the title, she’s the one to do it.’
The winner of the series will take home $500,000 along with the title of sole survivor.
The winner of Australian Survivor: Blood V Water will be crowned on Monday, Ten, 7.30pm
Who will take out the title? The winner of Australian Survivor: Blood V Water will be crowned on Monday, Ten, 7.30pm. Pictured: Jonathan LaPaglia