He's back! Fan favorite Luke Toki returns to Australian Survivor for the next Champions vs Contenders season

Luke Toki COMES back to Australian Survivor for a second chance – and reveals the heartbreaking reason that he must win the $ 500,000 prize

One of the most popular villains of the Australian survivor returns to the show for another chance at $ 500,000.

Fan favorite Luke Toki has become a member of the Champions line for the new Australian Survivor season: Champions vs Contenders.

The 32-year-old originally participated in season two of the series in 2017 and was known for his cheeky sense of humor, daring blindsides and bromance with the ultimate winner, Jericho Malabonga.

He's back! Fan favorite Luke Toki returns to Australian Survivor for the next Champions vs Contenders season

He's back! Fan favorite Luke Toki returns to Australian Survivor for the next Champions vs Contenders season

Speak with the Courier mail, Luke revealed that he was participating in the show for his six-week-old baby daughter Madeline, who has cystic fibrosis.

The miner in Perth and his wife Mary have two other sons, Lennox and Nate, who have autism and global developmental delay, respectively.

& # 39; It was a very difficult decision to continue, but $ 500,000 can boost the lifestyle that my children may have, & # 39; he said.

Held: the 32-year-old revealed that he was participating in the show for his six-week-old baby daughter Madeline, who has cystic fibrosis

Held: the 32-year-old revealed that he was participating in the show for his six-week-old baby daughter Madeline, who has cystic fibrosis

Held: the 32-year-old revealed that he was participating in the show for his six-week-old baby daughter Madeline, who has cystic fibrosis

In addition to cystic fibrosis, Madeline was born with intestinal atresia (a blockage or obstruction in the gut) and had to undergo two separate operations within two days of his birth.

& # 39; Babies & # 39; s are fragile and can go through two operations and she is looking at me right now. Smiling, she shows that she is a survivor like her father, & # 39; said Luke.

Regarding his gameplay style on Australian Survivor this time, the larrikin said he didn't stop.

Family: The miner in Perth and his wife Mary have two other sons, Lennox and Nate, who have autism and global developmental delay, respectively

Family: The miner in Perth and his wife Mary have two other sons, Lennox and Nate, who have autism and global developmental delay, respectively

Family: The miner in Perth and his wife Mary have two other sons, Lennox and Nate, who have autism and global developmental delay, respectively

& # 39; I didn't want to put too much pressure on myself, I just wanted to take the opportunity for what it was, namely to play the game and play the game hard & he said. 10 daily.

& # 39; I think the idea was not to come up with a plan of action, just to come in and be myself and hopefully a few champions – and contenders – blindly – whatever! & # 39;

Australian Survivor returns on Channel 10 and Play 10 on Wednesday 24 July.

Flashback: Luke originally competed in season two of the series in 2017 and was known for his cheeky sense of humor, daring blindsides and bromance with final winner, Jericho Malabonga (photo)

Flashback: Luke originally competed in season two of the series in 2017 and was known for his cheeky sense of humor, daring blindsides and bromance with final winner, Jericho Malabonga (photo)

Flashback: Luke originally competed in season two of the series in 2017 and was known for his cheeky sense of humor, daring blindsides and bromance with final winner, Jericho Malabonga (photo)

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