Season 31 of "Survivor" has been one of the best to date, and luckily, the winner of "Second Chance" deserved the title, and the million dollar prize.
On Wednesday night, after a grueling season finale episode saw the swift exit of three of the six finalists -- Kelley Wentworth, Keith Nale, and Kimmi Kappenberg -- Latasha "Tasha" Fox, Jeremy Collins and Spencer Bledsoe were questioned by the jury before pleading their cases, expressing why they deserved to be crowned Sole Survivor.
And in the live reveal, host Jeff Probst read the jury votes and named Collins as the winner. All 10 votes were cast for him.
"My second chance is all about family, that's it," the father of (almost) three said during the final tribal council. "I'm not doing it for nothing else."
Collins has been a fan-favorite since the beginning of the season, proving that he wasn't taking his second chance on the reality show for granted.
Although Joe Anglim seemed to be the front-runner all along, once he was voted out, Collins stepped up and demonstrated just how you outwit, outplay and outlast. Bravo, sir.
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