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I really like these girls and we really get along." It was so easy and it just kind of happened. Reality TV World: Did that so-called "couples alliance" you were in with Ozzy, James and Amanda really form on Day 1? Parvati: I considered myself aligned with Amanda and Cirie first and foremost. They assumed -- just because we were all getting along, the four of us -- that that was a tight alliance. Reality TV World: So that's why you basically chose to keep Amanda and Cirie over James and Ozzy? Reality TV World: So once you did get there, what was your reaction when you discovered it wasn't going to be a full All-Stars edition? Parvati: I didn't know any of those Fans, and I was like, "Oh, this is going to be interesting." They all looked pretty athletic and pretty in shape and like they knew what they were doing... Reality TV World: During the finale you mentioned how your strategy heading into the game differed from the first time you participated in . We put on events and boxing matches and raise money for scholarships for underprivileged girls.You also described your game as "a lot more cutthroat and more cold blooded" than Amanda. Parvati: I didn't think I was going to have to play so aggressively right off the back. We shot a swimsuit calendar, so that's going to be released in June.In our chat the day before filming began on , Ozzy explains what exactly happened on the island (“I’m sure there is a lot of footage that would not be suitable for home viewers, if you know what I mean.”), what went wrong when they returned home, and how he worried producers would bring Amanda and him both back to play against each other this time around as some sort of sick joke.He also says that even though his case of “jungle love” may have cost him the game last time, that he’s not against hooking up with a hottie all over again. ) To see Ozzy tell his tale of love and loss, grab a box of Kleenex and click on the video player below.Do you think he might have said that just to rattle you?Parvati: In that case, when James said that, I was taking it as Amanda had James' vote in the bag.Did you consciously want to position yourself as the game's power player? " Do you think that ultimately cost her the

I really like these girls and we really get along." It was so easy and it just kind of happened. Reality TV World: Did that so-called "couples alliance" you were in with Ozzy, James and Amanda really form on Day 1? Parvati: I considered myself aligned with Amanda and Cirie first and foremost. They assumed -- just because we were all getting along, the four of us -- that that was a tight alliance. Reality TV World: So that's why you basically chose to keep Amanda and Cirie over James and Ozzy? Reality TV World: So once you did get there, what was your reaction when you discovered it wasn't going to be a full All-Stars edition? Parvati: I didn't know any of those Fans, and I was like, "Oh, this is going to be interesting." They all looked pretty athletic and pretty in shape and like they knew what they were doing... Reality TV World: During the finale you mentioned how your strategy heading into the game differed from the first time you participated in . We put on events and boxing matches and raise money for scholarships for underprivileged girls.You also described your game as "a lot more cutthroat and more cold blooded" than Amanda. Parvati: I didn't think I was going to have to play so aggressively right off the back. We shot a swimsuit calendar, so that's going to be released in June.In our chat the day before filming began on , Ozzy explains what exactly happened on the island (“I’m sure there is a lot of footage that would not be suitable for home viewers, if you know what I mean.”), what went wrong when they returned home, and how he worried producers would bring Amanda and him both back to play against each other this time around as some sort of sick joke.He also says that even though his case of “jungle love” may have cost him the game last time, that he’s not against hooking up with a hottie all over again. ) To see Ozzy tell his tale of love and loss, grab a box of Kleenex and click on the video player below.Do you think he might have said that just to rattle you?Parvati: In that case, when James said that, I was taking it as Amanda had James' vote in the bag.Did you consciously want to position yourself as the game's power player? " Do you think that ultimately cost her the $1 million? I think when you play this game, people's feelings get hurt and especially when you get towards the end and you vote people out to the jury. They were pissed off, and they didn't want someone pussyfooting around the issue and basically saying, "I'm sweet. But you guys are all sitting there and I'm sitting here." They wanted real answers, and they weren't getting that from Amanda.Were you surprised that Amanda basically ended up agreeing that was the case during her own Tribal Council comments? I think honestly that's what pushed me over the edge and got me the vote. I think honestly I probably was the most beatable for Amanda.

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I really like these girls and we really get along." It was so easy and it just kind of happened. Reality TV World: Did that so-called "couples alliance" you were in with Ozzy, James and Amanda really form on Day 1? Parvati: I considered myself aligned with Amanda and Cirie first and foremost. They assumed -- just because we were all getting along, the four of us -- that that was a tight alliance. Reality TV World: So that's why you basically chose to keep Amanda and Cirie over James and Ozzy? Reality TV World: So once you did get there, what was your reaction when you discovered it wasn't going to be a full All-Stars edition? Parvati: I didn't know any of those Fans, and I was like, "Oh, this is going to be interesting." They all looked pretty athletic and pretty in shape and like they knew what they were doing... Reality TV World: During the finale you mentioned how your strategy heading into the game differed from the first time you participated in . We put on events and boxing matches and raise money for scholarships for underprivileged girls.

You also described your game as "a lot more cutthroat and more cold blooded" than Amanda. Parvati: I didn't think I was going to have to play so aggressively right off the back. We shot a swimsuit calendar, so that's going to be released in June.

In our chat the day before filming began on , Ozzy explains what exactly happened on the island (“I’m sure there is a lot of footage that would not be suitable for home viewers, if you know what I mean.”), what went wrong when they returned home, and how he worried producers would bring Amanda and him both back to play against each other this time around as some sort of sick joke.

He also says that even though his case of “jungle love” may have cost him the game last time, that he’s not against hooking up with a hottie all over again. ) To see Ozzy tell his tale of love and loss, grab a box of Kleenex and click on the video player below.

Do you think he might have said that just to rattle you?

Parvati: In that case, when James said that, I was taking it as Amanda had James' vote in the bag.

million? I think when you play this game, people's feelings get hurt and especially when you get towards the end and you vote people out to the jury. They were pissed off, and they didn't want someone pussyfooting around the issue and basically saying, "I'm sweet. But you guys are all sitting there and I'm sitting here." They wanted real answers, and they weren't getting that from Amanda.Were you surprised that Amanda basically ended up agreeing that was the case during her own Tribal Council comments? I think honestly that's what pushed me over the edge and got me the vote. I think honestly I probably was the most beatable for Amanda.

Reality TV World: You just talked a bit about your strategy heading into the final Tribal Council. Reality TV World: Why do you think that -- for the second Tribal Council in a row -- Amanda was reluctant to portray herself as a "schemer?Reality TV World: Before the Final 4 Tribal Council, did you and Amanda ever discuss taking Natalie and booting Cirie? Reality TV World: Okay, so you two had always planned to take Cirie to the Final 3? You saw when we're on the boat together on Day 3 or something and we were like, "Okay, this is it. I respected her so much that there was no way I ever would have turned on her. Parvati: Ozzy exaggerated our friendship -- like very much so. I would see him randomly and we would say hi and talk a little bit. Also I was playing the game and separating friendship from strategy, and I think he wasn't able to do that. Was it something you strategically planned or did it just sort of happen since you three ended up on the same tribe after the swap? But I was worried about Ozzy and how he was going to take it and what was going to happen afterwards -- especially had he played the [Hidden Immunity Idol]. Reality TV World: When we talked to Ozzy and James, they both said they never really considered Cirie to be part of your alliance. " They were like, "No, we're serious." I was like, "Absolutely. I didn't know who was coming back and I felt like that's just so presumptuous.Reality TV World: I know Ozzy said he didn't want to hear anything from you and you'd probably written off his vote before the final Tribal Council even began, but did you try pointing out the game is different from real-life? Parvati: It was a little bit of both -- a little bit of strategy and a little bit of, "Wow. I need the numbers right now because me and James were in a very precarious spot over there and needed to make sure that we were safe." That's why I formed that bond and then I came back after the merge and my ENTIRE alliance was still there. I've got to do something because I can't take Ozzy and James." It just made sense to bring the girls together. I know you've already said you were close with Cirie, so does that mean you don't agree with them? Parvati: I got a call and they said, "Do you want to do it again? I'll do it in a second." Reality TV World: Jeff has mentioned how some of the Favorites began talking about alliances and strategies before they even knew that they'd be coming back for sure. And it's always going to be different once you're out there, you just have to wait and see what happens when you get there.While the jury seemed incredibly hostile toward Parvati, they gave her the majority of their votes, so she beat Amanda 5 to 3.(I was desperate for a tie if only to see what would happen.) We never really learned why Parvati was chosen over Amanda, but it seemed like the jury didn’t really buy Amanda’s 11th-hour breakdown, which came after she won the final immunity challenge and then sobbed about having to vote out either Parvati or Cirie.Parvati defeated former Survivor: China castaway Amanda Kimmel via a 5-3 jury vote to claim the

Reality TV World: You just talked a bit about your strategy heading into the final Tribal Council. Reality TV World: Why do you think that -- for the second Tribal Council in a row -- Amanda was reluctant to portray herself as a "schemer?

Reality TV World: Before the Final 4 Tribal Council, did you and Amanda ever discuss taking Natalie and booting Cirie? Reality TV World: Okay, so you two had always planned to take Cirie to the Final 3? You saw when we're on the boat together on Day 3 or something and we were like, "Okay, this is it. I respected her so much that there was no way I ever would have turned on her. Parvati: Ozzy exaggerated our friendship -- like very much so. I would see him randomly and we would say hi and talk a little bit. Also I was playing the game and separating friendship from strategy, and I think he wasn't able to do that. Was it something you strategically planned or did it just sort of happen since you three ended up on the same tribe after the swap? But I was worried about Ozzy and how he was going to take it and what was going to happen afterwards -- especially had he played the [Hidden Immunity Idol]. Reality TV World: When we talked to Ozzy and James, they both said they never really considered Cirie to be part of your alliance. " They were like, "No, we're serious." I was like, "Absolutely. I didn't know who was coming back and I felt like that's just so presumptuous.

Reality TV World: I know Ozzy said he didn't want to hear anything from you and you'd probably written off his vote before the final Tribal Council even began, but did you try pointing out the game is different from real-life? Parvati: It was a little bit of both -- a little bit of strategy and a little bit of, "Wow. I need the numbers right now because me and James were in a very precarious spot over there and needed to make sure that we were safe." That's why I formed that bond and then I came back after the merge and my ENTIRE alliance was still there. I've got to do something because I can't take Ozzy and James." It just made sense to bring the girls together. I know you've already said you were close with Cirie, so does that mean you don't agree with them? Parvati: I got a call and they said, "Do you want to do it again? I'll do it in a second." Reality TV World: Jeff has mentioned how some of the Favorites began talking about alliances and strategies before they even knew that they'd be coming back for sure. And it's always going to be different once you're out there, you just have to wait and see what happens when you get there.

While the jury seemed incredibly hostile toward Parvati, they gave her the majority of their votes, so she beat Amanda 5 to 3.

(I was desperate for a tie if only to see what would happen.) We never really learned why Parvati was chosen over Amanda, but it seemed like the jury didn’t really buy Amanda’s 11th-hour breakdown, which came after she won the final immunity challenge and then sobbed about having to vote out either Parvati or Cirie.

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Reality TV World: You just talked a bit about your strategy heading into the final Tribal Council. Reality TV World: Why do you think that -- for the second Tribal Council in a row -- Amanda was reluctant to portray herself as a "schemer?Reality TV World: Before the Final 4 Tribal Council, did you and Amanda ever discuss taking Natalie and booting Cirie? Reality TV World: Okay, so you two had always planned to take Cirie to the Final 3? You saw when we're on the boat together on Day 3 or something and we were like, "Okay, this is it. I respected her so much that there was no way I ever would have turned on her. Parvati: Ozzy exaggerated our friendship -- like very much so. I would see him randomly and we would say hi and talk a little bit. Also I was playing the game and separating friendship from strategy, and I think he wasn't able to do that. Was it something you strategically planned or did it just sort of happen since you three ended up on the same tribe after the swap? But I was worried about Ozzy and how he was going to take it and what was going to happen afterwards -- especially had he played the [Hidden Immunity Idol]. Reality TV World: When we talked to Ozzy and James, they both said they never really considered Cirie to be part of your alliance. " They were like, "No, we're serious." I was like, "Absolutely. I didn't know who was coming back and I felt like that's just so presumptuous.Reality TV World: I know Ozzy said he didn't want to hear anything from you and you'd probably written off his vote before the final Tribal Council even began, but did you try pointing out the game is different from real-life? Parvati: It was a little bit of both -- a little bit of strategy and a little bit of, "Wow. I need the numbers right now because me and James were in a very precarious spot over there and needed to make sure that we were safe." That's why I formed that bond and then I came back after the merge and my ENTIRE alliance was still there. I've got to do something because I can't take Ozzy and James." It just made sense to bring the girls together. I know you've already said you were close with Cirie, so does that mean you don't agree with them? Parvati: I got a call and they said, "Do you want to do it again? I'll do it in a second." Reality TV World: Jeff has mentioned how some of the Favorites began talking about alliances and strategies before they even knew that they'd be coming back for sure. And it's always going to be different once you're out there, you just have to wait and see what happens when you get there.While the jury seemed incredibly hostile toward Parvati, they gave her the majority of their votes, so she beat Amanda 5 to 3.(I was desperate for a tie if only to see what would happen.) We never really learned why Parvati was chosen over Amanda, but it seemed like the jury didn’t really buy Amanda’s 11th-hour breakdown, which came after she won the final immunity challenge and then sobbed about having to vote out either Parvati or Cirie.Parvati defeated former Survivor: China castaway Amanda Kimmel via a 5-3 jury vote to claim the $1 million grand prize. Parvati: Everyone did think I was the most beatable because I made so many people angry.On Monday, Parvati talked to Reality TV World about how she went from being the most beatable castaway to convincing the jury she deserved to win; the numerous blunders Amanda made when addressing the jury; how she had a tighter bond with Cirie Fields than Ozzy Lusth and James Clement; why she feels Ozzy exaggerated their previous relationship; and what her plans are for the $1 million. I thought though that I did have a chance because I knew how I was going to position my arguments in the final Tribal Council.That’s because the final three women–an alliance of favorites formed on the very first day–were broken up by one final, unexpected immunity challenge.It was the first time since that there was a final two instead of final three.Parvati: When Amanda said that in response to Cirie's question I think it was -- or maybe it was Alexis... But when she said that I looked at her like, "Wow?! Reality TV World: Having seen Amanda go through two final jury partner decisions and final Tribal Council jury sessions twice now, would you agree that she doesn't seem to be very good at them and that's the biggest weakness in her game? Do you think it was in her best interest to take you? I think she lost at that final Tribal Council just because of how she played the jury.When you screw around the issue and you don't except responsibility for what you've done, it makes them feel like you think they're stupid. (laughing) Reality TV World: What were you thinking when Natalie asked you that odd final Tribal Council question? Maybe take me on a date when I got back, I don't know. (laughing) But I had told them in the beginning, "Ask me anything and you'll get an honest answer." So I answered it truthfully. I think Amanda was so emotionally distraught about Cirie and I think she felt intimidated by Cirie. I was so honest out there, I was just saying whatever I was thinking.

million grand prize. Parvati: Everyone did think I was the most beatable because I made so many people angry.On Monday, Parvati talked to Reality TV World about how she went from being the most beatable castaway to convincing the jury she deserved to win; the numerous blunders Amanda made when addressing the jury; how she had a tighter bond with Cirie Fields than Ozzy Lusth and James Clement; why she feels Ozzy exaggerated their previous relationship; and what her plans are for the

Reality TV World: You just talked a bit about your strategy heading into the final Tribal Council. Reality TV World: Why do you think that -- for the second Tribal Council in a row -- Amanda was reluctant to portray herself as a "schemer?

Reality TV World: Before the Final 4 Tribal Council, did you and Amanda ever discuss taking Natalie and booting Cirie? Reality TV World: Okay, so you two had always planned to take Cirie to the Final 3? You saw when we're on the boat together on Day 3 or something and we were like, "Okay, this is it. I respected her so much that there was no way I ever would have turned on her. Parvati: Ozzy exaggerated our friendship -- like very much so. I would see him randomly and we would say hi and talk a little bit. Also I was playing the game and separating friendship from strategy, and I think he wasn't able to do that. Was it something you strategically planned or did it just sort of happen since you three ended up on the same tribe after the swap? But I was worried about Ozzy and how he was going to take it and what was going to happen afterwards -- especially had he played the [Hidden Immunity Idol]. Reality TV World: When we talked to Ozzy and James, they both said they never really considered Cirie to be part of your alliance. " They were like, "No, we're serious." I was like, "Absolutely. I didn't know who was coming back and I felt like that's just so presumptuous.

Reality TV World: I know Ozzy said he didn't want to hear anything from you and you'd probably written off his vote before the final Tribal Council even began, but did you try pointing out the game is different from real-life? Parvati: It was a little bit of both -- a little bit of strategy and a little bit of, "Wow. I need the numbers right now because me and James were in a very precarious spot over there and needed to make sure that we were safe." That's why I formed that bond and then I came back after the merge and my ENTIRE alliance was still there. I've got to do something because I can't take Ozzy and James." It just made sense to bring the girls together. I know you've already said you were close with Cirie, so does that mean you don't agree with them? Parvati: I got a call and they said, "Do you want to do it again? I'll do it in a second." Reality TV World: Jeff has mentioned how some of the Favorites began talking about alliances and strategies before they even knew that they'd be coming back for sure. And it's always going to be different once you're out there, you just have to wait and see what happens when you get there.

While the jury seemed incredibly hostile toward Parvati, they gave her the majority of their votes, so she beat Amanda 5 to 3.

(I was desperate for a tie if only to see what would happen.) We never really learned why Parvati was chosen over Amanda, but it seemed like the jury didn’t really buy Amanda’s 11th-hour breakdown, which came after she won the final immunity challenge and then sobbed about having to vote out either Parvati or Cirie.

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Reality TV World: You just talked a bit about your strategy heading into the final Tribal Council. Reality TV World: Why do you think that -- for the second Tribal Council in a row -- Amanda was reluctant to portray herself as a "schemer?Reality TV World: Before the Final 4 Tribal Council, did you and Amanda ever discuss taking Natalie and booting Cirie? Reality TV World: Okay, so you two had always planned to take Cirie to the Final 3? You saw when we're on the boat together on Day 3 or something and we were like, "Okay, this is it. I respected her so much that there was no way I ever would have turned on her. Parvati: Ozzy exaggerated our friendship -- like very much so. I would see him randomly and we would say hi and talk a little bit. Also I was playing the game and separating friendship from strategy, and I think he wasn't able to do that. Was it something you strategically planned or did it just sort of happen since you three ended up on the same tribe after the swap? But I was worried about Ozzy and how he was going to take it and what was going to happen afterwards -- especially had he played the [Hidden Immunity Idol]. Reality TV World: When we talked to Ozzy and James, they both said they never really considered Cirie to be part of your alliance. " They were like, "No, we're serious." I was like, "Absolutely. I didn't know who was coming back and I felt like that's just so presumptuous.Reality TV World: I know Ozzy said he didn't want to hear anything from you and you'd probably written off his vote before the final Tribal Council even began, but did you try pointing out the game is different from real-life? Parvati: It was a little bit of both -- a little bit of strategy and a little bit of, "Wow. I need the numbers right now because me and James were in a very precarious spot over there and needed to make sure that we were safe." That's why I formed that bond and then I came back after the merge and my ENTIRE alliance was still there. I've got to do something because I can't take Ozzy and James." It just made sense to bring the girls together. I know you've already said you were close with Cirie, so does that mean you don't agree with them? Parvati: I got a call and they said, "Do you want to do it again? I'll do it in a second." Reality TV World: Jeff has mentioned how some of the Favorites began talking about alliances and strategies before they even knew that they'd be coming back for sure. And it's always going to be different once you're out there, you just have to wait and see what happens when you get there.While the jury seemed incredibly hostile toward Parvati, they gave her the majority of their votes, so she beat Amanda 5 to 3.(I was desperate for a tie if only to see what would happen.) We never really learned why Parvati was chosen over Amanda, but it seemed like the jury didn’t really buy Amanda’s 11th-hour breakdown, which came after she won the final immunity challenge and then sobbed about having to vote out either Parvati or Cirie.Parvati defeated former Survivor: China castaway Amanda Kimmel via a 5-3 jury vote to claim the $1 million grand prize. Parvati: Everyone did think I was the most beatable because I made so many people angry.On Monday, Parvati talked to Reality TV World about how she went from being the most beatable castaway to convincing the jury she deserved to win; the numerous blunders Amanda made when addressing the jury; how she had a tighter bond with Cirie Fields than Ozzy Lusth and James Clement; why she feels Ozzy exaggerated their previous relationship; and what her plans are for the $1 million. I thought though that I did have a chance because I knew how I was going to position my arguments in the final Tribal Council.That’s because the final three women–an alliance of favorites formed on the very first day–were broken up by one final, unexpected immunity challenge.It was the first time since that there was a final two instead of final three.Parvati: When Amanda said that in response to Cirie's question I think it was -- or maybe it was Alexis... But when she said that I looked at her like, "Wow?! Reality TV World: Having seen Amanda go through two final jury partner decisions and final Tribal Council jury sessions twice now, would you agree that she doesn't seem to be very good at them and that's the biggest weakness in her game? Do you think it was in her best interest to take you? I think she lost at that final Tribal Council just because of how she played the jury.When you screw around the issue and you don't except responsibility for what you've done, it makes them feel like you think they're stupid. (laughing) Reality TV World: What were you thinking when Natalie asked you that odd final Tribal Council question? Maybe take me on a date when I got back, I don't know. (laughing) But I had told them in the beginning, "Ask me anything and you'll get an honest answer." So I answered it truthfully. I think Amanda was so emotionally distraught about Cirie and I think she felt intimidated by Cirie. I was so honest out there, I was just saying whatever I was thinking.

million. I thought though that I did have a chance because I knew how I was going to position my arguments in the final Tribal Council.That’s because the final three women–an alliance of favorites formed on the very first day–were broken up by one final, unexpected immunity challenge.It was the first time since that there was a final two instead of final three.Parvati: When Amanda said that in response to Cirie's question I think it was -- or maybe it was Alexis... But when she said that I looked at her like, "Wow?! Reality TV World: Having seen Amanda go through two final jury partner decisions and final Tribal Council jury sessions twice now, would you agree that she doesn't seem to be very good at them and that's the biggest weakness in her game? Do you think it was in her best interest to take you? I think she lost at that final Tribal Council just because of how she played the jury.When you screw around the issue and you don't except responsibility for what you've done, it makes them feel like you think they're stupid. (laughing) Reality TV World: What were you thinking when Natalie asked you that odd final Tribal Council question? Maybe take me on a date when I got back, I don't know. (laughing) But I had told them in the beginning, "Ask me anything and you'll get an honest answer." So I answered it truthfully. I think Amanda was so emotionally distraught about Cirie and I think she felt intimidated by Cirie. I was so honest out there, I was just saying whatever I was thinking.

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