We watched the Survivor Finale last night on Survivor 2017, as the Sole Survivor was crowned and the winner of Survivor Season 34 received that $1 million check, but who won Survivor Game Changers 2017 last night? Find out the Survivor finale results on Survivor last night below in our Survivor Game Changers 2017 spoilers!
Last night on Survivor 2017 Season 34, we started the evening with six castaways and a very crazy Tribal Council. With Brad winning immunity, everyone else seemed to be trying to figure out who to vote out. During this Tribal, we saw Tai play an idol for himself and Aubry and then Troyzan play an idol for himself! Sarah had the Legacy Advantage to play, so she saved herself also. Based on that, Cirie was the only one that could be voted for. She received no votes to start, but a revote would be done and Cirie had to get the votes, so she was eliminated!
From there, Brad continued his dominance of the Immunity Challenges, as he won the next two and safely earned himself a spot in the Final 3! To be honest, each challenge was basically the same: run an obstacle, get puzzle pieces and put puzzle together. Mix it up some, people!
At the Tribal Councils, it was Aubry eliminated and then Tai, which left us a Final 3 of Troyzan, Brad and Sarah. They switched things up with the jury, which I really enjoyed. We had more of an open forum and discussion between the jury and Final 3 and not just one question at a time.
It seemed to be a much better conversation and more detailed for sure. It seemed like they thought Sarah controlled the game, but hated how she lied to them all. Then Brad won everything, so he deserved to win. Troyzan got no attention and really had no chance.
In the live studio, Jeff Probst read the votes and it was close between Brad and Sarah. However, it was Sarah coming out on top and she became the winner of Survivor Game Changers 2017!
What do you think of the results on Survivor Season 34 tonight?
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