Sunday night’s finale broadcast on CBS of Survivor: One World revealed who took home the $1 million grand prize.
In a final jury vote of 7-2-0, 29-year-old bridal shop owner from San Antonio, Texas Kimberly Spradlin was named the winner or Sole Survivor of Survivor: One World, the 24th season of the CBS reality competition.
She beat 33-year-old high school teacher Sabrina Thompson of New York who got the 2 votes and 26-year-old medical saleswoman Chelsea Meissner of Charleston, South Carolina.
Aside from the 1 million dollars, Kim also received $100,000 for being the Sprint Player of the Season for getting the most viewer votes.
“I think my biggest move was just really getting to know each person. I think if you go and win all the challenges, you can’t get any votes in the end if you don’t have a personal connection with almost every person sitting on that jury,” she said.
“Survivor” host Jeff Probst announced that the upcoming 25th season would be titled “Survivor: Philippines” (Caramoan Islands in Camarines Sur)