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We asked Jay some of the questions that you (the fans!) sent in via Twitter and Facebook! See what he had to say about his experience on Survivor!
Natalie G.: Why did you tell the girls about the idol and what made you think that you were safe after seeing the others guys voted off back to back?
Jay: I told them about the idol because I trusted Kim and Chelsea. I thought they would go along with the normal plan. I knew the girls would turn on me at some point but I thought the other guys would go before I did. I just trusted them.
Mary Ann P.: What made you feel so confident that you willingly gave up immunity?
Jay: I just trusted that everybody was going to vote Alicia out.
Matt W.: Hey Jay! Once u found out Troyzan had the idol, did u know u were going home?
Jay: I definitely became worried at that point. I wish I would have known it sooner.
Natalie H.: Do you regret throwing the immunity challenge? What would you do differently if you had a second chance?
Jay: Obviously. I probably would have made more small alliances.
Don K.: Jay...when do you think the alliances the men formed really started falling apart? What was the catalyst?
Jay: I think we really started to fall apart when we gave up immunity and sent our own person home.
Maria K.: How does it feel to be blindsided by former alliance members? If you could have played differently, how would you?
Jay: It sucks. But, that is the game. That is what makes it so exiting. If I could play again I would want to go on an immunity run after the merge, I would not give in to temptations during challenges like I did, and I would play a little bit more of a villain.