3. Were you more surprised or disappointed that Abi-Maria voted you out?
"I was not surprised because I was hurt, and that injury was a lot more intense than the editing showed. My foot was all swollen. My toe was black. That injury hampered me for awhile. I couldn't walk for about two weeks—and, I couldn't hide that.
Abi made the decision she had to make. She will always do what's best for Abi. She had the choice of going with Tasha Fox and Andrew Savage, which offered her the promise of a fresh clean start, or Peih-Gee Law and Woo Hwang, who had already tried to vote her out twice. So, she made the choice she had to make, and she was loyal to me in that she told me she was doing it and why she had to do it. I'm not mad at her for that.
I went into that Tribal knowing I was gone, but I fought anyway because of the viewers. They voted me to be there and I was not going to just sizzle out. Even though I knew I was going, I put forth that fight to stay for the people at home watching. I'm very grateful they gave me the opportunity to be there."