Treach­ery snaps pho­tog­ra­pher’s run

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - Sydney Confidential -

THE su­per fans loved the way Perth pho­tog­ra­pher Jarrad

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.

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