Michelle Schubert, 28. Survivor skills: We have to admit to being frightened for the lives of all those on the Millennial tribe, but perhaps none more than Michelle, who says the three words that best describe her are “hungry, hungry hippo.” Technically, that’s only two, but Michelle doesn’t really seem into details. Survivability: Michelle says of herself that she loves learning, reading and dancing, and seeks beauty, adventure, and adrenaline. “I like nature, exploring, rock climbing, slacklining, and ‘The Settlers Of Catan’ games. I also study dragons and the stars.” Her pet peeve is windshield wipers on a dry window. We’re not sure why someone who is not grounded in reality is on a reality show, but we’re guessing the stars told her to sign up. Please, let’s just send her home now before she seriously injures herself.
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