& # 39; No one would give me the money! & # 39; Janine Allis of the Australian survivor reveals how she used her millionaire status to convince rivals not to send her home – before the plan failed
Boost Juice CEO Janine Allis, 45, was eliminated from Australian Survivor on Monday evening after her rivalry with Harry Hills finally came to a head.
And the millionaire businesswoman has now revealed the surprising game plan she used secretly in the jungle.
Speak against news.com.au on Tuesday Janine explained that she spent time out of the camera to convince fellow shipwrecked people that she would keep the $ 500,000 prize money to herself if she became the only survivor.
& # 39; No one would give me the money! & # 39; Janine Allis, 45, (Australian Survivor) (photo) has revealed how she used her millionaire status to convince fellow shipwrecked people not to send her home – before the plan failed
& # 39; (I said) to anyone who would listen that I would be the perfect number two to go to the final because no one would give me the money, & # 39; she explained.
By manipulating her rivals to believe she wasn't a threat, Janine may have been able to make the penultimate tribal council of the show.
& # 39; At that time I would take the money off the table and tell them that I would give it to charity, & # 39; she said, explaining that removing her observed & # 39; greed & # 39; could give her a head start on its competitor.
& # 39; (I was) telling someone who would listen that I would be the perfect number two & # 39 ;: by manipulating her rivals by believing she wasn't a threat, Janine (left) may have the penultimate tribal of the show can make advice
That meant they could see who is playing the best game and get the emotion out, & she said.
Janine never saw her plan come true after she had dramatically cut off Monday's episode.
In a surprising result that nobody saw coming, Janine received four votes in the tribal council, while Baden Gilbert received two.
Dirty Harry wins! In a surprising outcome, nobody saw the arrival, Janine (photo) packing was sent after she received four votes in the tribal council, while Baden Gilbert received two
Harry and Baden had tried to adapt to the others to vote out Luke, but after he had won the immunity, Harry then forced Luke and Abbey to vote out Janine.
Earlier in the episode, Harry had admitted that he used Baden as a puppet to manipulate the others to & # 39; the big players & # 39; to vote.
& # 39; I love Survivor and I love big players. But at the same time I want to win. So my goal for the end is to sit next to someone I can beat, & Harry said.
Unaware of the new alliance, Janine voted for rival Harry, confidently saying to the camera: & I'm going with the numbers tonight. See you soon. & # 39;
Head to head! The ongoing rivalry between Australian Survivor stars Janine Allis (left) and Harry Hills (right) finally came to an end on Monday when the Boost Juice CEO was sent home
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