Two gone in one episode of 'Survivor SA'

2010-01-30 00:00

FORMER Miss South Africa Cindy Nell proved she was more than a pretty face when she designed and then built a new shelter for her tribe, Tembila, on Survivor South Africa: Santa Carolina.

The gutsy beauty decided to make some changes to the tribe’s sleeping arrangements after two days of stormy weather left the celebrities shivering.

She also shone in the second reward challenge, helping Tembila win a boat and fishing equipment.

So was her little island family grateful? Not on your nelly! This is Survivor and, feeling a little threatened, her fellow contestants voted to boot her back to civilisation at their first tribal council of the series on Wednesday night.

Meanwhile, at the opposition camp, Chibudu lost yet another team member when hip-hop star Jub Jub decided he wanted out.

He apparently got a rash around his genitals and was deeply perturbed that the infection seemed to have spread inside his penis. He told tribe members he preferred to quit rather than stay and risk his “manhood falling off”.

Having revolted everyone in Chibudu, and those of us watching at home, with constant references to his genital rash, he then exhibited wonderful diva behaviour after cutting his foot on some coral, and demanded to see a doctor.

Although it was a minor injury, Jub Jub’s mind was made up and he left the game just minutes before his team embarked on the series’ second immunity challenge.

However, his departure seemed to galvanise Chibudu’s members, and they won their first challenge.

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