The jury will crown the winner of Survivor Game Changers 2017 tonight on the Survivor Finale, as Survivor Season 34 has been a bumpy ride! We have six castaways on Survivor 2017 remaining, but only one of them can win that $1 million. So, who wins Survivor Season 34 tonight? Check out my thoughts below in our Survivor Game Changers 2017 spoilers!
Last week on Survivor 2017 Season 34, we started the hour with nine castaways remaining! However, we had a quick night and two Immunity Challenges and two Tribal Councils. The first one seemed to feature Sarah against Andrea, as neither of them trusted the other one, even though they have been working together. Sarah won out, as Andrea was blindsided by this one and voted off! Then in the second Tribal Council, things went crazy! Cirie wanted Tai gone, as he was wanting Sarah out to make a big move. Sarah wanted to keep Tai. Advantages were used and in the end, producers stunned us all by Michaela being voted out and she never seemed like an option!
With the Tribal Councils this season, this is a tossup. Right now, I am thinking that Sarah is going to pull this one out. Based on her play recently, I think she deserves it more than anyone else remaining. The only concern is if she can win immunity to keep her safe. She does have that Legacy Advantage, so she is definitely safe at the next vote.
From there, I think she has to win immunity one more time to stay safe. Culpepper could run the board and I think he would knock Sarah out as soon as he can. Tai is always a big question mark, so who knows what he will do. It looks like he was going to join forces with Brad and Troyzan, but I am thinking it is going to bite him in the butt. As of right now, I am thinking Sarah wins tonight on Survivor Game Changers 2017!
Who do you think wins tonight on Survivor Season 34?
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