What You Did And Didn't See At The Survivor Live Reunion

Survivor's Second Chance Live Reunion was the cherry on top of an epic season.

Survivor's Second Chance Live Reunion was the cherry on top of an epic season.

If you tuned into Second Chance's Live Reunion show, then you already know it was a thrilling event. After Jeremy was named this season's Sole Survivor, the cast bonded over their biggest and most emotional moments—and Jeff sure wasn't afraid to ask the questions we've all been wondering, too. 

Let's highlight the most riveting moments you did—and didn't see—from the special.
Kimmi, Kelly, and Peih-Gee go from buffs to blush.

Kimmi, Kelly, and Peih-Gee go from buffs to blush.

What you did see: How amazingly sharp all the castaways looked at the Live Reunion after a season covered head-to-toe in sand, dirt, and grime. 

What you didn't see: All the ladies getting primped together in the make-up room and complimenting each other on how gorgeous they looked. 
Jeremy takes a moment of silence.

Jeremy takes a moment of silence.

What you did see:  On the Live Reunion, Jeremy admitted he saved the news of Val’s pregnancy until his final speech to let the jury know just how important his family was to him. 

What you didn't see: How eerily quiet the green room became as the entire cast watched Jeremy's breakdown after he won the final Immunity Challenge. 
Kelley is shocked when her stats are revealed.

Kelley is shocked when her stats are revealed.

What you did see: Jeff told the crowd that Kelley had lost 31 pounds and 23% of her body fat while on Survivor: Cambodia.

What you didn't see: Wentworth's emotional reaction to watching her last Tribal Council on the green-room TV. 
Abi-Maria is proud to be a hoot for her fans.

Abi-Maria is proud to be a hoot for her fans.

What you did see: Abi-Maria said she was her own worst enemy and best friend—thanks to Kass' aside.

What you didn't see: Once backstage, Abi-Maria turned to her fellow castaways before the Live Reunion and asked, "What's a hoot? People online are calling me a hoot!"
Stephen explains the split-vote tactic.

Stephen explains the split-vote tactic.

What you did see: Jeff asked Stephen why he thought splitting his two-vote advantage was a good idea and the ex-castaway said he was fixated on outing Joe because it was his Second Chance opportunity to make a big move. However, he admitted that he didn't have the full backstory of information before making his bold decision.

What you didn't see: Stephen's heart-to-heart backstage chat with Spencer about whether they would consider themselves introverts or extroverts. He also congratulated Spencer on completing the "Step On Up" Immunity Challenge puzzle so quickly. 
Keith proves he has a heart of gold.

Keith proves he has a heart of gold.

What you did see: Keith's emotional reaction to reflecting back on the moment he almost gave up his spot in the game for Kimmi.

What you didn't see: When Shirin reached out for Keith's hand in the green room when they all watched the emotional moment unfold on-screen. 

 
Joe admits to fulfilling a dream.

Joe admits to fulfilling a dream.

What you did see: Joe talking about how he dreamt of competing on Survivor ever since he was a young boy and how he hopes his journey has inspired kids to go out and conquer whatever they want out of life. 

What you maybe didn't see: Joe leading a Facebook live stream from the Survivor green room mere minutes before the finale episode aired. If you're looking for the castaways to strut around in their best evening wear, then this stream's a must-see.
Terry shares a bond with his son that can't be broken.

Terry shares a bond with his son that can't be broken.

What you did see: Terry discussed the moment he left Cambodia after hearing the heartbreaking news that his son, Danny, was nearly on his death bed, in need of a heart transplant.

What you didn't see: Castaways were backstage signing autographed posters and Survivor buffs for charity purposes. 

To see these moments and many more, check out the entire Live Reunion show where the Second Chance cast looked back on their historic season of Survivor. Plus, to see everyone's first Survivor stint, binge on all 31 seasons through CBS All Access.

Finally, take a look at  the next all-new season of Survivor: Kaoh Rong (Season 32), which will begin airing in Feb. 2016.