‘Bit me in the butt’

Sur­vivor’s Vince Moua re­acts to epic blind­side

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Vince Moua made the walk of shame from Sur­vivor: Is­land of the Idols with a hid­den im­mu­nity idol tucked in his pocket.

The 27-year-old ad­mis­sions coun­selor from Cal­i­for­nia was blind­sided by his Lairo tribe on Wed­nes­day night and was cut from the game de­spite win­ning the ad­van­tage and cov­eted men­tor­ship from former Sur­vivor win­ners “Bos­ton” Rob Mar­i­ano and San­dra Diaz-twine.

“I was just blind­sided, I guess you can say,” Vince said, fol­low­ing his ouster.

“I did bring the idol in my wa­ter bot­tle and I was re­ally think­ing of be­ing like, ‘Jeff, first time in Sur­vivor his­tory, (here’s a soaked idol).’ I re­lied too much on the trust I had with the women. It’s an un­for­tu­nate sit­u­a­tion, and I think that re­ally bit me in the butt.”

Keep­ing Up with the Kar­dashi­ans

Scott disick was stuck be­tween his past and his present dur­ing an un­con­ven­tional fam­ily trip to Fin­land on Keep­ing Up with the Kar­dashi­ans this week. the 36-year-old fa­ther-of-three agreed to head to North­ern europe for a bond­ing trip with his chil­dren and ex-girl­friend Kourt­ney Kar­dashian — but also de­cided to bring his cur­rent part­ner Sofia richie along with him. and, pre­dictably, he found out that man­ag­ing his time and ap­pro­pri­ate be­hav­iour with both women were more dif­fi­cult than he had an­tic­i­pated.

“Sofia men­tioned to me that she feels a lit­tle left out so I have to be care­ful not to over­step any­one’s bound­aries and make any­one feel left out,” he said on Sun­day’s episode.

“Some­times you have so many inside jokes or inside things with some­body you’ve known for so long, even if you’re not ro­man­ti­cally with them, you don’t re­ally know how to act. It is def­i­nitely a re­ally hard and awk­ward sit­u­a­tion, and

I just feel bad.” Sofia had felt like Scott acted com­pletely dif­fer­ent when he was with his ex and ad­mit­ted that she wasn’t al­ways com­fort­able with the KUWTK cam­eras that fol­lowed them around dur­ing pri­vate mo­ments. Scott shared the in­for­ma­tion with Kourt­ney, who agreed to be a sup­port sys­tem for Sofia if she ever needed it.

The Voice

John Leg­end lost his magic touch — but fi­nally gained it back as the blind au­di­tions neared the end on The Voice this week. “I lost my mojo, man,” the se­ries’ reign­ing champ and egot win­ner said dur­ing tues­day’s com­pet­i­tive episode as the celebrity coaches looked to fill their Sea­son 17 teams with some power-house singers. John had an easy ride this sea­son and was able to con­vince just about ev­ery artist he wanted to come to his team, but was shocked when gospel singer ricky braddy chose to join blake Shel­ton’s co­hort in­stead.

He fi­nally earned his con­fi­dence back. how­ever. af­ter nab­bing 36-year-old soul singer Khalea Lynne, who caught his at­ten­tion singing daniel cae­sar and H.e.r.’s Best Part, fol­low­ing a four-chair turn. “I think amer­ica’s go­ing to love you. body and soul. and I’m go­ing to give you the best that I got,” he sang to her, which im­me­di­ately did the trick. the bat­tle rounds be­gin next week.

Danc­ing With the Stars

the highs were high and the lows were low dur­ing the top 10 per­for­mances on Danc­ing with the Stars on Mon­day. af­ter giv­ing it all they had on the dance floor, the week ended in the sea­son’s first four-way tie with four cou­ples in the top spot, prov­ing that a large chunk of the celebrity dancers have what it takes to win. un­for­tu­nately, former Nba for­ward Lamar Odom and his pro­fes­sional part­ner Peta Mur­ga­troyd’s run on the show came to an end af­ter their Vi­en­nese waltz to Seal’s Kiss from a Rose earned a 20/30 from the judges. “I’m lucky to be walk­ing and talk­ing, so this was just an­other hill I could climb,” he said fol­low­ing his elim­i­na­tion.

Vince Moua

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