Australian Survivor star Dani Beale is voted out of Brains V Brawn in shocking tie-breaker as contestants turn against her at tribal council
Dani Beale was voted out of the Tribal Council on Tuesday’s episode of Australian Survivor: Brains V Brawn.
The 34-year-old correction officer was wrapped up by the other contestants in the ultimate tiebreak.
Host Jonathan LaPaglia revealed that Dani, Felicity ‘Flick’ Palmateer and Cara Atchison had received two votes each.
Gone girl: Australian Survivor star Dani Beale (pictured) was voted out of Brains V Brawn in a shocking tie-breaker when contestants turned against her at the tribal council on Tuesday night
He then revealed that the remaining contestants would recant to determine who would go home.
After they cast their votes, Jonathan revealed that Dani had been evicted.
After her elimination, Dani told 10Play she was not surprised when her name was mentioned.
Tie-breaker: Host Jonathan LaPaglia (pictured) revealed that Dani, Felicity ‘Flick’ Palmateer and Cara Atchison received two votes each
“I knew it was my turn to go, so I wasn’t too worried. I was super proud of the game I’ve played so far, like I’ve played against huge strategic players who are huge fans of the game and I think I did a good job for myself,” she said.
Dani admitted that she has no regrets about what she has done in the game and that she would like Flick to win.
“Flick is an amazing woman, so when it came to me or she going home tonight, I said hang on and play it for yourself, like it’s a guaranteed spot in the final three, so I wanted her to win if it were. not me.’
Vote: He then revealed that the remaining contestants would revoke to determine who would go home
Flick, Cara, George Mladenov, Hayley Leake and Wai Chim are the other five survivors.
Wai earned himself immunity from the tribal council after winning the challenge.
Meanwhile, Flick found an idol during the episode, but she ended up not using it.
Australian Survivor: Brains V Brawn continues on Channel 10 at 7.30pm on Sunday
Who’s going next? Australian Survivor: Brains V Brawn continues at 10 on Sunday at 7.30pm