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Entertainment'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David plays his idol for instant immunity before tie vote sees champions tribe sent into chaos... as Hannah is eventually sent home

16:49  12 august  2019
16:49  12 august  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

ET eliminated from Australian Survivor

ET eliminated from Australian Survivor Eliminated Survivor Champion ET told us why he doesn't think sneaky supermodel David will get much further plus, he reveals the teammate he'd love to see "hold up the trophy" as Sole Survivor. He lasted for 16 days on the island, but on Sunday night Andrew Ettingshausen (more commonly known as ET) became the fourth Champion in a row to leave Australian Survivor. The former rugby league champ proved he was a physical force to be reckoned with, but as a member of the crumbling sports alliance, his teammates decided he had to go.

After David played his hidden immunity idol to save Jessica, she vowed to be loyal to David and Ken and told Ken about her legacy advantage. The next morning, the Gen X tribe looked for the rehidden immunity idol , which David found. Later that day, the castaways were redistributed into three tribes

The Hidden Immunity Idol (also known as the "Hidden Idol " or simply as "the idol ") is a pocket-sized talisman, and is widely believed to be the most groundbreaking twist ever to be created on Survivor . Its purpose is to, one way or another, prevent the user from being voted out in a Tribal Council vote .

'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David plays his idol for instant immunity before tie vote sees champions tribe sent into chaos... as Hannah is eventually sent home© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David Genat (pictured), 39, played his idol for instant immunity on Monday's episode, before a tie vote saw the champions tribe sent into chaos and Hannah Pentreath eventually sent home

Australian Survivor descended into chaos on Monday night.

With the champions team sent to Tribal Council and no sense of alliance, it was every player for themselves.

A worried David Genat handed over his idol for instant immunity, before Hannah Pentreath was eliminated after a tie vote with Shaun Hampson.

'I'm a little worried tonight, for sure,' David, 39, told host Jonathan LaPaglia before playing his idol for instant immunity.

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Fellow champion tribe member Luke Toki, 33, also handed over his idol, keeping him safe from elimination for another episode.

Despite David receiving the most number of votes, the idol kept him safe, leaving the remainder of the votes between Shaun, 31, and Hannah, 27.

'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David plays his idol for instant immunity before tie vote sees champions tribe sent into chaos... as Hannah is eventually sent home© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Immunity: 'I'm a little worried tonight, for sure,' David told host Jonathan LaPaglia before playing his idol for instant immunity 'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David plays his idol for instant immunity before tie vote sees champions tribe sent into chaos... as Hannah is eventually sent home© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Immunity: Luke Toki (pictured), 33, also handed over his idol for instant immunity

The tribe was sent into chaos when Shaun and Hannah were tied, meaning there would have to be a re-vote.

Hannah looked defeated as Jonathan announced it was time to leave the competition.

Survivor's Shaun says David should be scared

Survivor's Shaun says David should be scared On Sunday night, the Contenders were expecting to vote someone off but instead, the Champions team pinched Shaun Hampson to join them. We chatted to Shaun about why David should be scared after his fake idol plan backfired. They say revenge is a dish best served cold, so skip the rice and beans because something else is on the menu this week on Survivor. On Sunday night, the Contenders were expecting to vote someone off but instead, the Champions team not only sat in on their tribal council but also pinched Shaun Hampson to join them.

At Tribal Council, David played his idol for Jessica, sending Lucy home . With the knowledge that David ' s idol had been rehidden, the Takali tribe scrambled across camp to try and find it On Day 38, Adam and Hannah were both ready to blindside David , but while it seemed like David and Ken were

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Viewers took to Twitter to commend David for his tactic and dedication to the game.

'As much as you hate him, David is a great player. He might be arrogant, but he's the only one really playing,' one wrote.

Another followed with: 'Wasn't a Dave fan but you have to respect his game.'

Meanwhile, the episode saw all members from both the champions and contenders tribe low in morale.

'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David plays his idol for instant immunity before tie vote sees champions tribe sent into chaos... as Hannah is eventually sent home
'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David plays his idol for instant immunity before tie vote sees champions tribe sent into chaos... as Hannah is eventually sent home
'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David plays his idol for instant immunity before tie vote sees champions tribe sent into chaos... as Hannah is eventually sent home
'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David plays his idol for instant immunity before tie vote sees champions tribe sent into chaos... as Hannah is eventually sent home
'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David plays his idol for instant immunity before tie vote sees champions tribe sent into chaos... as Hannah is eventually sent home
'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David plays his idol for instant immunity before tie vote sees champions tribe sent into chaos... as Hannah is eventually sent home

Sunday night's episode had seen Harry Hills, 30, of the contenders, come out as a real game player who was keen to stir trouble in the tribe.

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'Dirty Harry... he had nothing to lose by being on the chopping block,' fellow contender Janine Allis, 54, said in a piece to camera on Monday's episode.

'He came after me (last night). He's setting me up as a power player.'

'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David plays his idol for instant immunity before tie vote sees champions tribe sent into chaos... as Hannah is eventually sent home© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'He came after me': Meanwhile the beginning of Monday's episode saw the morale low in both tribes. Janine Allis (pictured), 54, reflected on Harry Hills' bold antics the previous night

Meanwhile Harry admitted there was no sense of alliance, having angered his tribe the previous night.

'I made a huge move by p---- off everyone,' he said in a piece to camera.

'It's the little ice cream man versus the big CEO,' he added, in reference to Boost Juice founder Janine.

'I'm a little worried!' Australian Survivor's David plays his idol for instant immunity before tie vote sees champions tribe sent into chaos... as Hannah is eventually sent home© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'I made a huge move by p***ing off everyone': Harry (pictured), 30, admitted there was no sense of alliance on Monday, having angered his tribe the previous night

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It's the reality show that forces contestants to 'outwit, outlast and outplay' each other in order to be crowned the Ultimate Survivor. And according to Sportsbet, the latest odds for Australian Survivor include some surprising predictions for who might win the show. Looking for Alibrandi actress Pia Miranda is a favourite to win by a mile, with her odds sitting at $1.65 as of Wednesday afternoon. Lesser known stars Daisy Richardson and PhD student Baden Gilbert round out the top three, paying out $3.50 and $8 respectively.

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