Jeff Probst told him before the game of Survivor Cagayan even started that he had zero percent chance of winning (much like Spencer would then tell Kass later), but Spencer Beldsoe made it all the way to the final episode, having his torch snuffed at the final four. Would he have kept his word to bring Tony to the final 2 had Tony saved him? How does he think he would have done in that match-up? And why did he choose to address the jury at the final Tribal Council? The fan favorite reveals all and has no problem pointing out all the shortcomings in his own game. (Also make sure to read our interview with winner Tony Vlachos as well as runner-up Woo Hwang and the controversial Kass McQuillen in addition to our finale/reunion Q&A with Jeff Probst. Plus, get intel on NEXT season.)
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So, have you read the letter the Probst gave you at the reunion last night apologizing for saying you had no shot?
SPENCER BLEDSOE: You know what? People are going to think I’m crazy. I actually haven’t. It’s still sealed. Last night I just got whisked away and did a lot of interviews. I feel like if I open up, then there’s no going back. So I almost want to keep it for posterity’s sake then just have it. READ FULL STORY