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Seng played the game of Australian Survivor, but that way wasn’t enough to save him on the show.
Seng — who played a clever, subtle game — was last night voted out of the Channel 10 reality show in somewhat of a traditional blindside.
He is now the first member of the jury, who will decide who wins the $500,000.
Going into the tribal council, Seng, 29, thought he was safe, but then got doubts after it became apparent there was going to be a hit on his previously strong alliance, and at least a couple of his former Samatau tribe were going to flip.
“At some point in tribal, it becomes pretty apparent that there was going to be a hit against my alliance,” he said.
“But you don’t have long to process it, so in the time that I did, I would have thought it would have been Tessa (O’Halloran) targeted, and not myself.”
Despite getting voted out, Seng said his time on the show had been an amazing experience.
“Overall it was a great experience,” he said.
“It was so surreal, to be involved as a player on this show that I’ve been watching for years and years.
“It was really great, but it was really brutal as well, and that’s what I loved.” Australian Survivor is now on air on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights at 7.30pm.