We got to see two new episodes of Survivor 2017 last night, as the castaways on Survivor Season 34 finally arrived at the Survivor Merge and that brought even more chaos to the game, but who went home on Survivor Game Changers 2017 last night? Find out the Week 7 results on Survivor last night below in our Survivor Game Changers 2017 spoilers!
Last night on Survivor 2017 Season 34, we started with the merge. There was a twist in order to enjoy the feast of food! Either one person from each tribe had to volunteer to sit out of all the food or they would all get one cracker and a swig of iced tea instead! We saw Culpepper and Tai volunteer, so the others enjoyed their food on their behalf.
During the first hour, the focus seemed to be getting rid of the “free agents” first, which happened to be Michaela and Hali. Everyone kept saying it was Michaela going, but Cirie was working with Michaela and wanted her to stay. There was then concern of Hali maybe having a Hidden Immunity Idol and wanting to flush. Hali got more votes and no idol, so she was voted off and became the first member of the jury!
For the second hour, the focus seemed to shift to Culpepper and Sierra needing to go. However, Zeke felt that Andrea and Cirie were bigger threats strategically and wanted them out. That got back to them and they were livid, so now they wanted Zeke gone. Sierra was just trying to avoid being voted off. Debbie ran a plan by her to get rid of Ozzy while they could, since he did not win immunity.
This got around camp and it was a tight vote. We saw Debbie use her advantage and cast an extra vote. Those votes were tallied and it was Ozzy voted off and he heads to jury. This shocked a few of them, as that was a big move and now Andrea still has to deal with Zeke!
What do you think of the results on Survivor Season 34 last night?
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