End game in sight for our Survivor star
THE end game is in sight for Australian Survivor: All Stars contestant Shonee Fairfax.
The Noosa native is a fan favourite on the reality show and is one of just eight players, out of 24, still in the running for the Survivor crown and $500,000 grand prize.
"I'm definitely so happy that I gave it another shot and I'm so proud of myself for doing it. My first season was a walk in the park compared to this season," she told the Daily.
"I think I've played a way better game this time. Already as it stands, I found an idol, played it correctly, survived two trips to Exile Island, won individual immunity twice and got Jacqui to flip (on her alliance)."
The 28-year-old, who works as a personal assistant in London, is on the Coast visiting her family.
"Noosa is small and quite a friendly place, so everyone wants to stop for a chat (about Survivor)," she said.
"I've lived in the Sunny Coast since I was 1 and my parents are still here so I love coming back.
"London is good because I can easily go to so many places but I prefer Noosa. The lifestyle is so relaxed."
Today she will attend a Dalmatian Association of Queensland event at Coolum's Stumers Creek off-leash area with her family's pooch Polly. As Survivor fans already know, it's her favourite breed.
"I'm so excited. It's my dream come true to meet all of those dalmatians at once," she said.
Shonee says Survivor's 'golden god' David Genat is her biggest threat in the game. He'll be looking for revenge after she and AK worked with Jacqui to blindside his ally Zach in the show's latest blindside.
"To be on the right side of the vote for once was refreshing," she said.
"Dave is the biggest threat to my game and I'm the biggest threat to his game.
"I already knew he was a leader but it was crazy watching it back on TV. Finding out Dave had two idols and no one voting for him was amazing."
Survivor: All Stars continues Monday at 7.30pm on Ten/WIN.