“Survivor: South Pacific” winner is Sophie Clarke

(Best Syndication News) - The 22-year old medical student, Sophie Clarke, was declared the “Survivor: South Pacific” winner. She beat out returning “Survivor” player Benjamin “Coach” Wade and baseball coach Albert Destrade. Clarke will walk away with a million dollars for winning this season’s “Survivor” reality TV show.

Nine former Survivor alumni came back to cast their vote for the winner. They gave six votes to Clarke, Wade earned three votes, and Destrade did not get any votes.

“Survivor” has had 23 editions and has been attributed to what started reality TV shows. The contestants must be able to overcome obstacles and challenges to remain on the competition. Additionally, they must have a strategy to forge alliances to help keep them from being voted off.

The next edition will be “Survivor: One World,” which is scheduled to premiere in February on the CBS network.

By: Nancy Connors
Entertainment Reporter

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