7 Things Jennifer Lanzetti Wants You To Know Following Her Survivor: Kaoh Rong Send-Off

Jennifer Lanzetti reflects on her Survivor: Kaoh Rong experience.

1. Jennifer Lanzetti reflects on her Survivor: Kaoh Rong experience.

Although Jennifer Lanzetti only made it two weeks on Survivor: Kaoh Rong, the Utah-based contractor experienced some pretty dramatic highs and lows during her time in Cambodia. That said, fans will probably remember her most for that time in the season premiere when a worm crawled into and many, many hours later, out of her ear.  

We were able to catch up with Jenny after she was sent packing, so read on to find out what it was like competing on Survivor and what surprised her most during Brawn's heated Tribal Council. 
1. Take us back to Tribal Council. How blindsided were you to hear your name called?

2. 1. Take us back to Tribal Council. How blindsided were you to hear your name called?

Jenny: "More than 100-percent! I work in a very logical industry. Engineering is very precise and we do everything for a reason. I thought to vote me out for an emotional reason when you need strength to survive was really dumb."
 
2. Do you feel like you self-sabotaged when you started over-sharing at Tribal Council?

3. 2. Do you feel like you self-sabotaged when you started over-sharing at Tribal Council?

Jenny: "Yeah. That's what people saw: over sharing. At that point, what you do not see is that their mind was made up. I got caught that I thought about another alliance and my only record, at that point, was to be honest and appeal to their logic that they needed to keep me."
3. How do you think you could have handled things differently to have remained in the game?

4. 3. How do you think you could have handled things differently to have remained in the game?

Jenny: "Outside perspective looked like I should have just kept my mouth shut at Tribal, but my all female alliance [members] had betrayed me long before we got to Tribal. In hindsight, what I should have done was just stick with my original alliance. Next time [host] Jeff [Probst] says, "Play big and play like you’ve played before," ignore him!"
4. Which castaways do you think have what it takes to be the Sole Survivor?

5. 4. Which castaways do you think have what it takes to be the Sole Survivor?

Jenny: "Hmm. I think Jason does and I think Tai because he knows the area. That is his backyard. I also think Joe because he is a seasoned veteran of life. He knows people and this is a people game."
5. How did your Survivor experience personally affect you?

6. 5. How did your Survivor experience personally affect you?

Jenny: "I discovered who I am in probably one of the worst situations I've been in, in years. I discovered when I am thirsty, hungry, tired, and beat up that I am still a kind person and I still give a damn about other people."
6. Would you ever play again if given the chance?

7. 6. Would you ever play again if given the chance?

Jenny: "Absolutely. No question at all, I would. I think my time was too short. I think the universe voted me out this time to save my life but, next time, I am going all the way."
7. Did you truly think your loyalty speech to the Brawn Tribe would save you from elimination?

8. 7. Did you truly think your loyalty speech to the Brawn Tribe would save you from elimination?

Jenny: "Absolutely. I thought after an hour-and-a-half of begging and telling them they needed to be logical that they would finally see they needed to keep me if they wanted to stop coming to Tribal Council."

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