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The “Survivor” Hall of Fame is proud to have 2010 Inductee Parvati Shallow as a member of the Executive Voting Committee. As a member of this exclusive committee, Parvati (along with Host Jeff Probst and other “Survivor” luminaries) has accepted an awesome responsibility. The committee’s votes will make up 50% of the final tally for entry into the prestigious Class of 2016. The other 50% will come from “Survivor” fans like you.
Parvati Shallow’s 2016 Hall of Fame Ballot
Kelley Wentworth – (“Survivor: San Juan del Sur” and “Survivor: Second Chance”): When I watched this woman go for that hidden immunity idol in the middle of the challenge, with all of her tribe-mates surrounding her, I knew she would end up in the Hall of Fame one day. She is smart, strong, strategic and represents for all the badass ladies out there.
Jeremy Collins – (“Survivor: San Juan del Sur” and “Survivor: Second Chance”): This gamer won my heart on his first “Survivor” go round when he cried about his wife Val being sent to Exile Island. The finesse, strength, and composure he displayed during his second chance, and winning the title of sole Survivor plus the million for his family, earns him my nomination.
Terry Dietz – (“Survivor: Panama” and”Survivor: Second Chance”): Who isn’t enamored by this charming, handsome, All-American dad? Terry was a force to be reckoned with on “Survivor: Panama.” When he narrowly missed the win that season, hearts were broken around the world. Then, in the middle of his “Survivor” second chance, he got news of his son having a medical emergency, Terry, without hesitation, chose to leave the game and be with his family. For his honor and the great example he sets for dads everywhere, Terry belongs in the “Survivor” Hall of Fame.
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