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Jane Bright
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TV Reality Show Contestant
    Based in Jackson Springs, North Carolina
    Seventh juror on Survivor Nicaragua
    Dog trainer
    She likens herself to a Southern hillbilly (well, she is from the Carolinas, y’all).
    Think of the two Tina's (Wesson and Scheer), Sandy Burgin, and Twila Tanner all squished up into one person.
    During the early stages, Holly kept her from being dubbed the resident old fruitcake.
    Though she was a co-winner of the first challenge as a Libertad, she continued the game just so she could outdo Marty (she refused to break her tile).
    An ice storm threatened her 10-year quest to be on Survivor.
    On Brenda: ‘I don’t like to associate myself with villains.’
    Shades of Jan Gentry! She held a funeral for her prized chicken, eaten while she and Holly were on the reward Chase won.
    Her vote for Sash, nullified when he and Chase cashed in their hidden idols, was not revealed at her elimination.
    When she was told to her face she was the next to go… her reactions were compared to Hitchcock fare.
    She had the body confidence to appear at camp in a two-piece bikini (sound familiar?).
    On the very first day, she used Jill’s glasses to start a fire for the Espada within 30 minutes — which inspired Jill to nickname her ‘Survivor MacGyver.’
    Following the tribal swap, she took an instant liking to the La Flor blood (she considered herself the ‘ugly duckling’ of the Espada).
    She punctuated her capture of one fish with a ‘fish dance,’ which she promptly taught to her tribemates (‘yo, baby, yo, baby!’).
    She didn’t care about the work ethic of Secondary La Flor as long as they thought her valuable (ironic, since she has a low opinion of sloths).
    In the final ten immunity challenge, she found herself competing against Chase for immunity, and Jeff clearly wanted her to win, rooting for her (she attributed her win to lifting 80-pound dogs).
    More than just the winner, she was the only female to make it past the five-minute mark of the endurance immunity challenge with the series of rope knots.

Credit: Cool It All Right? & Batty

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