We asked Roxy questions that YOU (the fans!) sent in via Facebook! Read what she had to say about her time in the game, and if she has any regrets!
Jeff G: What made you so confident that it wouldn't be you that wouldn't be voted off?
Roxy: I feel like I really presented some good points and I built a solid case for myself in terms of things that we needed to change in our tribal tactics and also showcasing that Angie was the weakest link in our group,. I felt like that gave me at least a fifty percent chance at convincing everyone to vote for her.
Ally A: If you could go in with a different strategy what would you do?
Roxy: From the start, even through Zane is not the most athletic, I would have built a stronger alliance with him, and I would have brought on another person with us. The reason for that is because Zane was good at the social aspect. He was better at that than the other people in the tribe.
Lori H: Do you feel that by accusing your tribe mates of "more than cuddling" is what got you voted out?
Roxy: I think that it is a combination of things. I think they were aware that is something that could potentially be detrimental. Also, the swing vote was left to Denise and she relied on her personal feelings towards me when making her final decision.
Suzy S: How has this experience tested your Faith? What did you learn about yourself you didn't know before?
Roxy: I don't think I learned anything that I didn't know before... I think that getting to know God is an ongoing process. Playing Survivor takes it to another level. It is like training for a marathon. You may run 2 miles one day, 3 miles the next, then 4 the next. Each day when you move up a mile it is hard. Playing the game of Survivor... takes it to a new level... you have to rely on God even more to get to the new level.
Landry M: Roxy: Do you regret putting Malcolm and Angie on the spot?
Roxy: Absolutely not. Looking at what was left... Denise may have her ways but at the end of the day she is not the weaker player in the tribe and Angie is.
Susan D: What are the strengths of your Tribe?
Roxy: I guess our strength is our weakness - it is camp life. It is being able to boil water and take care of ourselves. It took up too much energy. It became an unhealthy addiction to take away from the pain of losing.
Charles M:. How do you feel now that your Survivor adventure has come to an end?
Roxy: After viewing the last episode I feel fine. Every player and every fan of the show wants to stay in the game as long as they can. I went out feeling like I had a voice and I said what I wanted to say. I feel very confident with what I said at Tribal Council and I am very excited to keep watching and see how things play out.