Rob Mariano’s declaration that he was completed with the franchise was untimely. In 2019, he and fellow winner Sandra Diaz-Twine agreed to be mentors on “Survivor: Island of the Idols” (Season 39).
The 2 didn’t compete, however they did select to tough it identical to the “castaways.” The present’s producers had provided to pamper the mentors, however Rob turned down the creature comforts, telling Parade, “That’s B.S. If I’m gonna discuss the discuss, I gotta stroll the stroll.”
Rob and Sandra each instantly returned as opponents on “Survivor: Winners at Battle” (Season 40) in 2020, vying for the elevated prize of $2 million. Becoming a member of them on the present was Rob’s different half, now utilizing her married title, Amber Mariano.
She was reluctant at first. “I had form of closed that ebook, closed that chapter in my life. How may I not? It’s season 40 for goodness sakes,” she informed Leisure Weekly. “I used to be on season 2.” However her husband wished them each to compete once more. “He lives and breathes this sport. He loves this sport,” Amber defined.
“This isn’t solely an all-winners season, that is additionally 20 of the preferred Survivors of all time,” Jeff Probst informed Leisure Weekly. “We’ve by no means had a season like this and I can’t think about we ever will once more.”
Sadly for the duo nicknamed “Romber,” Amber was the second particular person voted off the present, and Rob was the sixth.
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