The Pain Was Unbearable, But No One Believed Me For Years
"You don’t look sick."
"You don’t look sick."
The 'Australian Survivor' host has thrown a spanner in the works of Golden God David Genat's Instagram challenge.
If you've seen a few of your favourite 'Survivor' stars posing semi-nude on your Instagram feed -- you've got David Genat to thank.
Do you think you have what it takes to be the sole survivor?
Just when you thought you'd have to wait a whole year for another round of idol hunting, backstabbing and juicy tribal councils, the Survivor gods have delivered!
Season winner Pia Miranda caught up with former competitors Janine Allis, Abbey Holmes, Ross Clarke-Jones, Simon Black, Shaun Hampson and Johnny Eastoe.
The People's Champion, Luke Toki, has explained why he and his wife Mary decided to stop fans donating to their GoFundMe.
Despite just missing out on the title of Sole Survivor, Luke Toki has undeniably been crowned the People's Champion.
After 50 days separated from her family, the actress missed her husband and two children desperately.
Dirty Harry Hills turned up to the final 'Survivor' tribal council looking more villainous than usual, thanks to some creative trimming of his overgrown beard.
She told us from the very start just how things would go down.
Long live the challenge beast!
Grab your buffs, things are about to get interesting.
Luke Toki might have left 'Australian Survivor' in fourth place, but the fan favourite played a crucial role on the jury.
Pia Miranda has just pulled off the role of a lifetime after managing to convince the ‘Australian Survivor’ jury that she deserved to take home the $500,000 over runner-up, Baden Gilbert.
Pia Miranda and Baden Gilbert have made it to the final two on 'Australian Survivor' but they nearly left right at the beginning.
The final three were put to the test in the final individual immunity challenge that broke them mentally and physically.
After Luke Toki's devastating exit from 'Australian Survivor', Australians have opened up their wallets in support of the Toki family.
Following last night's heartbreaking Tribal Council, many fans of 'Survivor' have outed themselves as not understanding how the game is played.
The nation is absolutely not willing to accept the news that fan-favourite Luke Toki has been knocked out of 'Survivor' at the 11th hour.
The king may have just missed out on the title of Sole Survivor, but he's also still facing a wave of support.
Luke Toki has become the 21st person voted off 'Australian Survivor' after Baden, Harry and Pia deemed him too much of a threat to be part of the final three.
King Of The Jungle Luke Toki has been dethroned, leaving 'Australian Survivor' just days away from reaching the top two.
The only way you can get rid of a powerful player on 'Australian Survivor' is to cut off the head of the snake and blindside them, baby!
We're just two big episodes away from finding out who this year's Sole Survivor will be -- this is how the epic grand finale week is going down.
It's nearly time for the final two players left in 'Australian Survivor' to state their case to the jury.
International model David Genat was arguably the biggest villain during this season of 'Australian Survivor'.
The People's Champion has stormed his way into the final four, with a tribal council blindside that no-one saw coming.
Abbey Holmes has become the 20th person voted out of 'Australian Survivor' after Luke Toki pulled a rabbit out of his hat.
Janine Allis got a bit of a shock when she caught a glimpse of herself in the mirror after her elimination from 'Australian Survivor'.
Janine Allis and Pia Miranda formed an unbreakable bond during their time together on 'Australian Survivor'.
Luke Toki has opened up about the reason he's laser-focused on reaching the number one spot this season of 'Australian Survivor'.
While tribal council proceedings are often chaotic and unpredictable, Jonathan LaPaglia's wise, yet savage, parting words are one element you can rely on.
Abbey, Baden, Harry, Janine, Luke, and Pia have nearly crawled their way to the finish line after more than 40 days of blindsides, betrayal and beachside bathing.
Another week, another round of LOLs thanks to our Gogglebox stars.
In her first individual immunity win Pia Miranda was all smiles, but fans of 'Australian Survivor' scrutinised the win, accusing the 'Looking for Alibrandi' star of cheating.
Daisy Richardson said the welcome she experienced upon arrival to her Jury Villa feast wasn't what she was expecting.
'Australian Survivor' contestants know full well that their new home won't be equipped with laundry facilities.
After a short stay on Exile Beach, AFL legend Simon Black has become the 18th person to leave 'Australian Survivor' this season.
Daisy Richardson has been eliminated from 'Australian Survivor' but had to spend three harrowing nights in exile before she headed to Jury Villa.
On 'Survivor', a trip to Exile Beach is almost worse than being eliminated.
After weeks of obediently following Janine and Pia's lead, Abbey has taken control of the game and flipped on her once secure alliance.
Pia Miranda has revealed that her very strategic social game is based around a classic mob movie character.
Pia Miranda has explained that her time on 'Survivor' saw her experience a flare-up of a condition she was unaware she even had.
During what was already a very confusing tribal council, Jonathan LaPaglia announced a change to the usual proceedings.
The ice cream king and the Boost Juice queen are both dangerous players -- but who has a better shot at being Sole Survivor?
Shaun Hampson left Australian Survivor this week after being separated from his partner Megan Gale and their family for eight weeks.
Australian mullet hero John Eastoe has exited 'Survivor' and made his way to Jury Villa -- but got a bit of an unwelcome surprise.
John Eastoe's time on 'Australian Survivor' was marked by his professions of love for Mexican parmigianas, four-bean mix and a few neck oils.
Hello and welcome to another round of 'Who's Safe, Who's Not' where we ponder the unpredictable state of affairs over at Camp Soli Bula.
The game isn't over for the eliminated members of Soli Bula who still have to perform some very important duties on the 'Survivor' jury.
The Golden God has fallen with an idol in his hand -- but David Genat will still go down in 'Australian Survivor' history as one of its most cunning players.
Model David Genat went into his last tribal council without a care in the world, confident that he and close ally Luke Toki were "bullet proof".
It's been one of the most compelling rivalries in 'Australian Survivor' history -- the matchup between pretty boys Shaun Hampson and David Genat.
Megan Gale has opened up about what it's like when your partner signs up for 'Survivor'.
Welcome to another round of 'Who's Safe, Who's Not?' where we examine who's on the chopping block and who's wielding the axe on 'Australian Survivor'.
Self-confessed 'Survivor' superfan Andy Meldrum made it all the way to merge, only to get unanimously voted out in a fiery edition of tribal council.
"Can I have your socks?" was almost Ross Clarke-Jones' catchphrase during his time on 'Australian Survivor'.
Big wave surfer and sock enthusiast Ross Clarke-Jones has left 'Australian Survivor' 2019 prematurely after a "devastating" injury.
International model David Genat said he cleared one of his key strategies with his wife before entering 'Australian Survivor' 2019.
The tribe has spoken for history teacher and wrestler Matt Farrelly after Harry whipped out ANOTHER immunity idol.
We've come to know a lot about the loves of the mullet-sporting underground gold miner and Australian heartthrob, John Eastoe.
Van life is a lot like jungle life, eliminated 'Australian Survivor' contestant Casey Hawkins reckons.
It's the end of another week in 'Australian Survivor', so it's time once again to check in on our alliances.
Chatting to 10 daily over the phone, Casey told us that getting tribe swapped with only Matty and Harry from the original Contenders tribe was "probably the worst thing that could've happened" for her game.
During Tuesday night's reward challenge, viewers were given flashbacks of the Great Nacho Incident of last year when David stuck his ENTIRE HEAD into a pile of floor popcorn.
It was the OMG Tribal that saw two idols flushed as Luke and David went to war with Shaun, only to see Hannah voted out.
That's what the episode would've been titled if a) it wasn't kind of a spoiler, and b) if this was an episode of 'Friends'.
Watching Sunday night's tribal council, which ended with Shaun being stolen by the Champions tribe, Shaun's partner -- who happens to be supermodel Megan Gale -- was shook.
International model and current 'Australian Survivor' mastermind David Genat has opened up about his three children in a rare moment of vulnerability.
Spoilers ahead, duh.
In the craziest tribal council of the season (so far!), the Champions watched on as Harry pulled a kamikaze-esque move to try to get Janine out of the game, only to have it backfire when NO ONE was voted out.
The king of the jungle is back and better than ever. Yew!
Chatting to ET about his colossal effort during the final challenge with the Champions tribe, the NRL legend laughed.
International model David has been playing a very strategic game and it might've been his wife's pointers before the show that helped him get to this point.
Personal hygiene is difficult enough on 'Australian Survivor' with a complete absence of the usual bathing facilities we're all used to.
Week three in 'Australian Survivor' saw the Champions continue to be decimated, before a tribe swap came to shake everyone's alliances up. Welcome to this week's edition of Who's Safe, Who's Not.
After not being able to complete Survivor's infamous Tower of Terror challenge, Sarah was determined not to let her team down when another water challenge came up.
Just when the Contenders seemed to be cementing their position as the dominant tribe, Jonathan LaPaglia shook the whole game up.
Getting by on 'Australian Survivor' means outwitting, outlasting and outplaying a very specific diet of rice and coconuts.
There was a moment in the latest episode of Australian Survivor that stuck with me long after the credits rolled.
Everyone belongs with one of our 'Survivor' men. Is your knight in shining armour a Shaun, a Steven or a Luke? We don't make the rules! Blame the stars!!!
Well, it's the end week two -- although Steven Bradbury would probably call it 'weak, too' -- and that means it's time to check in with our Champions and Contenders. Welcome to this week's edition of Who's Safe, Who's Not.
He may have skated by last night when the Champions chose to blindside Nova instead of eliminating him, but Steven Bradbury's "lifeline" only bought him another day in the game.
The days of banana rationing are over but the Champions might have spoken too soon about Nova's reign in the kitchen.
Chatting to 10 daily over the phone after her elimination on last night's episode of 'Australian Survivor', Nova Peris clearly had a lot to get off her chest.
Tonight's reward of hot chocolate and marshmallows came with a high price.
After the athletes alliance fell apart last night, with Abbey and Ross flipping to vote out Susie, it seemed that Steven was on the chopping block.
As the Champions faced their second tribal council of the season and the five non-athletes scrambled to get someone to flip on their alliance of seven, it seemed that all would be right for Susie.
Marathon swimmer Susie Maroney felt the wrath of Janine Allis' boardroom pitch that saw two of her sporting seven alliance flip last-minute during a tense Tribal Council.
He might have been on the chopping block at tribal council last week, but PhD student Baden has proven that he's a real Contender.
It's still early days on 'Australian Survivor: Champions vs Contenders' but gold miner John is already stealing hearts.
With no toiletries like toothbrushes, hairbrushes, body wash or deodorant being allowed on 'Australian Survivor', how do the contestants keep themselves clean?
We may only be two tribal councils into the season, but alliances have been formed and villains are emerging already. Welcome to our weekly roundup of who's safe, who's not, and who's on the bubble.
"I love a challenge!" Laura declared while chatting with 10 Daily over the phone, before revealing that she has "a lot of family and friends" who thought she would "epicly fail" at the game of 'Australian Survivor'.
It's only day two but the People's Champion -- Luke Toki -- has already started remodelling his newest spy shack.
'Australian Survivor' is finally back and the premiere didn't disappoint, diving straight into the drama.
Going into tribal council, Anastasia knew that she was on the chopping block.
It's the Aussie sports moment so legendary it became a phrase in its own right.