Elizabeth Olson’s Survivor elimination may need been more durable on her household than it was on her.
The 31-year-old Texas native was voted out on Wednesday’s episode of Survivor: David vs. Goliath, simply after making the merge.
“Obviously, I knew it was coming, but my daughters did not know, and I’ve got a 6-year-old and a 4-year-old, and it was emotional watching it all play back,” she instructed ET on Thursday. “I was watching it with my daughters, who were bawling their eyes out, [crying] ‘Why are they voting for you? Why is your own tribe voting for you?’ And trying to explain that to my 6-year-old, who understands enough of the game to know that that’s not cool, it was extremely emotional last night, but it was a good learning experience.”
While it was definitely the tip of Elizabeth’s sport, followers speculated that she may be taking one other castaway down together with her, after exposing that Angelina had warned her about her elimination previous to tribal council. Angelina tried to argue that she was simply making an attempt to have a “real human moment,” however for the remainder of the contestants, it seemed like she was making an attempt to make good with the primary member of the jury within the hopes Elizabeth would vote for her to win.
“I think it’s both,” Elizabeth stated of whether or not Angelina’s transfer was real or self-serving. “She’s sensible, she’s enjoying the sport of Survivor. Like, there is a purpose she was solid. She’s enjoying exhausting, and he or she was making an attempt to learn herself in that maneuver in telling me what was going on. I do not suppose it really crossed her thoughts that it was going to chunk her within the butt, which it did, which is superior that I bought to be part of it, nevertheless it virtually price her sport.”
“She and I did have a connection,” she famous, including that Angelina instructed her to attempt to make an idol play throughout tribal council. “It price me loads, throwing her underneath the bus, though I am not obligated to her, she’s my enemy. But enjoying that a part of Survivor was method tougher for me, personally, than I assumed that it could be. It went in opposition to every thing, who I’m, and it was exhausting.”
Perhaps essentially the most tough a part of Survivor was the situations, nonetheless, as Elizabeth famous that not having the consolation of a mattress after struggling by a again harm pre-season fully shifted her sport.
“The back was fine for the most part, except for sleeping. As soon as I would sit on that bamboo or lay on that bamboo, any which way that I would lay on it, it was immediately like putting all the wrong pressure points on me, and I could not sleep,” she defined. “For the most part, I could manage it, and I’m a pretty tough person… but you can’t ignore the pain when it’s keeping you awake at night. That ended up being a huge detriment to my game because I needed all my wits about me, and I felt like, by day 16, when I finally had enough of that stupid bamboo bed, my brain was going down the toilet.”
“As a viewer, you’re like, ‘Why was Angelina trying to get Lyrsa’s jacket or Natalie’s jacket? That’s so silly. Doesn’t she see that it’s putting a target on her back? Why is Elizabeth fighting over the bed? Doesn’t he see that’s putting a target on her back?'” Elizabeth continued. “I am talking for myself, however I do know these parts are actual, and if you find yourself combating on your likelihood to win the sport, typically one thing that appears little as a viewer will not be little when it is on the sport Survivor.“
While Elizabeth remains to be making an attempt to clarify to her kids the worth of dropping a sport as an alternative of profitable it, she instructed ET that her story is “not yet finished.”
“I think that I was swinging for the fences every time, and I built relationships with unlikely people, and I think there could be a potential for there being more to my story,” Elizabeth stated of returning for an additional season. “So regardless of the Survivor gods determine, I will be good with. Yes or no.”
Survivor airs Wednesdays at eight p.m. ET/PT on CBS.