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    Alex Frost reveals the sage advice his famous sister Sam Frost gave him as he prepares to buddy up with her ex on Australian Survivor

    The lineup of Survivor: Blood V Water, a highly anticipated Australian show, was recently unveiled, with family members pairing up for the first time in Survivor history.

    Former Home and Away star Sam Frost’s ex-boyfriend Jay Bruno has teamed up with her brother Alex Frost as a ‘in-laws’ duet in one of the more unusual pairings.

    In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, Alex said that his reality TV star sister provided him some tips on how to deal with the spotlight.

    The Bachelor star-turned-soap actress told her younger brother to ‘essentially be yourself’ on camera in a two-page letter.

    While reading Sam’s beautiful letter, Alex confesses to shedding a few tears.

    Frost stated that despite his sister’s breakup, he and Bruno had stayed close and that Sam ‘was jealous of how well we got along at times.

    ‘We were kind of like best friends, so we believed it would be easy [to win Survivor] having this telepathic sense,’ Frost added.

    Channel 10 announced all of the teams competing to outwit, outplay, and outlast one another in order to be proclaimed solitary survivor on Monday.

    The duos competing in the forthcoming season are listed below, and fans will recognize a few of them.

    Alex Frost, 26, Warehouse Operator, Victoria | Jay Bruno, 34, Drummer, Victoria – In-laws

    When Jay Bruno began dating Alex’s sister, former Home and Away star Sam Frost, the two became friends.

    Warehouse operator Alex, a die-hard fan of the game, wants to make moves under the radar, while Jay is laid-back yet determined and competitive.

    ‘Our strategy is not to blend in, but to go with the flow,’ Jay explained, ‘because you never know what’s going to happen, who’s there, and who you’re in with.’

    Jay said on Monday that he is no longer dating Sam but is ‘absolutely’ still friends with Alex after the show-wrapped filming last year.

    Sandra Diaz, 47, Queen of Survivor | Nina Twine, 24, Accounts Clerk, USA – Mother and daughter duo

    Sandra is a two-time Survivor victor in the United States, and she’s ready to defend her worldwide Survivor title against Australian Survivor.

    She’s sassy and opinionated, and she’s played Survivor US five times, so she’s looking forward to playing with a family member for the first time.

    Sandra, despite being the Queen, has never played Survivor: Blood V Water and is aiming to avoid interfering with Nina’s game.

    ‘I’m set in my ways,’ Sandra admitted, ‘but having Nina out there will remind me, ‘Sandra, tone it down.’

    ‘I can’t be the same Sandra as previously since it’s a very different game, a completely different setting, and a completely different concept.’

    Amy Ong, 24, Beautician, Victoria | Khanh Ong, 30, Restaurateur and former MasterChef contestant, Victoria – Siblings

    Amy, a beautician, and Khanh, a former MasterChef candidate who featured on the show’s tenth season and later on the all-stars season, will have their relationship scrutinized.

    After living in her older brother’s shadow, Amy is ready to establish a name for herself, while Khanh has a burning desire to achieve the title of Sole Survivor.

    Don’t be fooled: he’ll do whatever it takes to get there, even if it involves lying, cheating, and stealing.

    Andy Meldrum, 49, Advertising Consultant | Kate Tatham, 46, Mum, Queensland – Siblings

    Not only is it Andy’s chance at atonement after Kate encouraged him to apply for Australian Survivor: Champions V Contenders, but it’s also Kate’s chance to make her mark on the game.

    Advertising consultant Andy is eager to try a more honest, entertaining, and good-natured game this time around, using his talents as a professional poker player to read people.

    Kate is a caring and compassionate woman who is used to going above and beyond for her family, but she is now taking a chance on herself, determined to make her first game count.

    Ben Watson, 33, Tradie, Queensland | Shayelle Lajoie, 31, Biomedical Student, Queensland – Partners

    Partners Ben and Shayelle understand how important it is to have each other on their Survivor journeys, especially when things get tough.

    ‘Having him there will be priceless in terms of support,’ a biomedical student remarked. I have to fight myself not to get caught up in my emotions at times, so I have to reason my way out of it.’

    Ben, who stands 6’4′ and has a strong will to win, stand out in the throng. He aspires to be a player that is not only a force to be reckoned with in challenges but also someone the tribe can rely on.

    Chrissy Zaremba, 42, Teacher | Michael ‘Croc’ Crocker, 41, Ex-NRL Player, Queensland – In-laws

    Despite Chrissy’s lack of Survivor experience, she is teaming up with Croc, an ex-NRL player, to keep his dream of being a part of the show alive.

    Croc’s gaming strengths will be his ability to observe as well as his brute physical strength. He’ll form true bonds with individuals, learn what makes them tick and how they act, and then make bold actions when the moment is right to eliminate his greatest dangers.

    Despite the fact that she is not a superfan, Chrissy is a confident and competitive teacher who wants to show her students that they can achieve anything and to motivate them to do the same in their life.

    David Goodchild, 51, Project Manager, Queensland | Briana Goodchild, 26, Digital Producer, Queensland – Father and daughter duo

    Briana and her father, David, are vying for the title of Sole Survivor.

    Briana describes her father as a “skull crusher” who will “laid down the law,” while she is the “entertainer” and “social butterfly.”

    David knows how to be strategic as a Project Manager at a construction firm. He believes in getting to know the terrain, being adaptable, and making tough, brutal decisions when necessary.

    Jesse Hansen, 22, Triathlete, ACT | Jordie Hansen, 25, Landscaper, Victoria – Siblings

    Jesse has a close relationship with his elder brother, Jordie, who plays with him, and despite the fact that the two claim to be polar opposites, they are committed to being the ideal team.

    Jordie is used to digging holes and getting himself out of them as a gardener.

    Despite how easily he makes friends, Jordie understands that Survivor is about more than simply being friends; it’s about getting to know people on a deeper level.

    Jordan Schmidt, 29, Personal Trainer | Josh Millgate, 31, Pilot, Victoria – Cousins

    Jordan is playing with his nephew Josh, and Jordan is the one that is going to dive in headfirst.

    Jordan and Josh say their bond is tighter than most brothers’, despite the fact that they are cousins. When Jordan steps onto the mat, he’s ready to push himself as far as he can, both physically and psychologically, to see what he’s made of.

    Josh, on the other hand, considers himself a Survivor armchair expert and is eager to test his physical, social, and strategic abilities in real life.

    KJ Austin, 37, Ex Flight Attendant | Sophie Cachia, 31, Company Director, Victoria – Sisters

    Kate (KJ) is a Survivor superfan who is delighted to play with her younger sister, Sophie, with the knowledge she has gained by diligently studying previous seasons.

    Sophie is a motivated businesswoman who doesn’t take no for an answer, and KJ hopes to leverage some of Sophie’s characteristics to help her in the game.

    Mark Wales, 42, Ex SAS Commander | Sam Gash, 37, Endurance Athlete, Victoria – Husband and wife

    Mark was last seen on Australian Survivor Season 2 with fellow castaway Sam when they established a power couple. They married in 2019 and have a son together after falling in love.

    Mark felt that being healthy and strong would be enough to get him far in the game the last time he played, but he quickly realized that this was not the case and that his social game would need to develop.

    He’s not going to make the same mistake twice. Sam’s credo is “comfort and calm,” and she claims she doesn’t have a game plan because she wants to adapt to the individuals she’s playing with.

    Mel Chiang, a 33-year-old chiropractor from Victoria, and Michelle Chiang, a 33-year-old speech pathologist from New South Wales, are identical twins.

    Mel is having fun with her twin sister Michelle, with whom she maintains a ‘twin connection.’ They have the ability to read each other’s minds and even experience each other’s anguish.

    Melissa is a die-hard Survivor fan who not only wears her emotions on her sleeve but is also an astute strategist who enjoys the psychology of the game.

    Mel makes friends easily as a social butterfly, and she intends to make alliances a vital component of her game plan.

    Mark was last seen on Australian Survivor Season 2 with fellow castaway Sam when they established a power couple. They married in 2019 and have a son together after falling in love.

    Mark felt that being healthy and strong would be enough to get him far in the game the last time he played, but he quickly realized that this was not the case and that his social game would need to develop.

    He’s not going to make the same mistake twice. Sam’s credo is “comfort and calm,” and she claims she doesn’t have a game plan because she wants to adapt to the individuals she’s playing with.

    Mel Chiang, 33, Chiropractor, Victoria | Michelle Chiang, 33, Speech Pathologist, NSW – Identical twins

    Mel is having fun with her twin sister Michelle, with whom she maintains a ‘twin connection.’ They have the ability to read each other’s minds and even experience each other’s anguish.

    Melissa is a die-hard Survivor fan who not only wears her emotions on her sleeve but is also an astute strategist who enjoys the psychology of the game.

    Mel makes friends easily as a social butterfly, and she intends to make alliances a vital component of her game plan.

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