2. Do you think playing under the radar put you on the radar?
Kelly: "I don't think so. I mean, I really didn't have a whole lot of options. I was a target and a threat from Day 1, you know? People saw me as a threat, socially, [and] they saw me as a threat in challenges, so I don't think [it mattered] how I played—I was going to be a target.
If I came in hot, trying to make big moves, they would have been like, 'Hey, let's get her out of here,' so I really felt like playing under the radar was my only option and not trying to be perceived as very strong. It had been 15 years, so maybe some of them were thinking, 'Maybe she's not gonna be strong in challenges anymore. Oh yeah, she'll make it to the merge.' So I think that was the game I had to play."