What You Didn't See During The Season Finale Of Survivor: Millennials Vs. Gen X

Survivor: Millennials Vs. Gen X may have just come to a close, but if you're wondering what exactly went down backstage during the season finale, here's a special behind-the-scenes look.

Go behind the scenes at the Survivor: Millennials Vs. Gen X season finale.

Go behind the scenes at the Survivor: Millennials Vs. Gen X season finale.

While everyone readied to watch the epic two-hour season finale of Survivor: Millennials Vs. Gen X, the castaways, including Chris, Zeke, Jessica, and Sunday, got giddy backstage—and with good reason!

In the green room, they reunited with their fellow tribe mates and enjoyed the live season finale viewing party heading to the Live Reunion show stage.

What other fun interactions and side conversations happened backstage that fans didn't get to see and hear? Read on.

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Hannah and Zeke chose not to watch the final episode with the rest of the cast.

Hannah and Zeke chose not to watch the final episode with the rest of the cast.

Here's why: Finalist Hannah wanted to be in a good headspace during the Live Reunion, so she asked her buddy Zeke to sit in a different room with her rather than watch the two-hour finale with everyone else.

And, just like the good guy he is, Zeke didn’t hesitate to keep his close friend company during such an overwhelming night.
Ken had some very specific beauty requests for the makeup artist.

Ken had some very specific beauty requests for the makeup artist.

Before Ken put his face on, he requested "a red lip and some eyeshadow."

Luckily, he was joking; though, he probably could've pulled off the dramatic look.
The cast honored Adam and his mother with personalized bracelets.

The cast honored Adam and his mother with personalized bracelets.

"What an amazing group. I love you all," said Adam, as Chris and Sunday handed out bracelets that honored one of Survivor's biggest fans, Adam's mom. Engraved on the piece of jewelry? #LiveLikeSusie, which are inspiring words to live by. 

Understandably, Adam was brought to tears by everyone's unconditional love and support, and hugged each castaway afterward.
Zeke rocked a flashy season finale look.

Zeke rocked a flashy season finale look.

When asked to describe the eclectic ensemble, he called it "desert chic."
Adam connected with one special young fan.

Adam connected with one special young fan.

Before he learned he'd be named Sole Survivor, Adam met with a young boy in the green room while signing a Survivor buff for him.

The Season 33 winner then told the pint-sized VIP that he was his age when he knew he wanted to compete on the show one day. Someone book this kid for Season 43!
Michelle incorporated a fantastic beast into this dragon dress.

Michelle incorporated a fantastic beast into this dragon dress.

This season's first jury member, Michelle, caught a lot of attention when she arrived wearing this somewhat deconstructed body-hugging dress with a dragon embellishment that wrapped all the way around her body.

Her choice of outfit isn't a total shock, though, if you watched her post-elimination interview. 
Will and Mari showed off their new looks.

Will and Mari showed off their new looks.

Out of the whole bunch of Millennial and Gen X castaways, Will and Mari seemed to sport the biggest hairstyle transformations since appearing on the show.

For Will, it was a significant chop to his chin-length blonde locks, and, for Mari, the gamer changed her hue from red to purple.
​All the castaways applauded David during one particular jaw-dropping moment in the finale.

​All the castaways applauded David during one particular jaw-dropping moment in the finale.

During the season finaleDavid crafted together a fake Immunity Necklace that Jay eventually discovered and used at Tribal Council. (Sadly, Jeff Probst told him it was a fake and the real-estate agent was sent packing.)

When the moment played out on TV, the entire cast gave David a rousing and well-deserved round of applause, which caused the TV writer to light up. All's fair in love and Survivor, right?

In case you missed it, check out the two-hour season finale of Survivor and the one-hour Live Reunion show on CBS All Access.

Plus, watch every full episode of Survivor: Millennials Vs. Gen X, as well as every season of the series, on CBS All Access.