By John Powell – GlobalTV.com
In a short time, we will know the winner of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X and who will claim the million dollar prize. Before Wednesday’s Survivor finale and reunion special we have our own winners and losers with Part Two of our Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X Awards.
Most Surprising Moment Award
Winner: Bret LaBelle comes out to Zeke Smith
In an insightful and emotional moment, Bret comes out to Zeke allowing them to share their experiences.
The Rumble in the Jungle Award
The most heated confrontation during the season.
The rivalry of the season. No matter who you believe, Michaela and Figgy just didn’t get along and their feud extended well beyond the tribal switcheroo.
The Twila Tanner Award
Given to the player who made the biggest or most crucial move during the season.
Winner: David Wright’s Strategy
Whether intentional or not, David controlled and rallied a solid group of misfits who were loyal and supportive. He would not have gotten as far as he has without them.
Winners: Taylor Lee Stocker and Justin “Jay” Starrett
With Fish Tales tanking and many of the other friendships ending abruptly, Taylor and Jay’s bromance flourished with the two even standing together at Taylor’s final Tribal Council.
The Chuck Norris Award
Awarded to the gutsiest Survivor.
Winners: Adam Klein
Despite the tragic situation back home that was taking a heavy toll on him, Adam continued to play a great Survivor game.
The Dawn’s Dentures Award
Awarded to the most cringe-worthy moment of the season.
Michaela’s furious death stare at being voted out and Jessica’s heart-break at picking the wrong rock were so awkward to watch.
The Professor Charles Xavier Award
Awarded to the most evolved Survivor.
Winner: Hannah Shapiro and David Wright
The victims of anxiety, David and Hannah managed to corral their issues and focus on the game.
You’ll Never Forget Them Award
Awarded to the Survivor some just love to hate.
Winner: Taylor Lee Stocker
There weren’t too many over the top villains this year but if we had to pick one, it would be Taylor. Sure, his actions and strategy at times was bewildering and frustrating to a lot of fans but all of that was tempered by his mischievous ways.
The MVP Award
Winner: Michaela Bradshaw
Sure, she overplayed her hand but if one looks at what makes a complete Survivor player, Michaela had it all.
Next time on Survivor…
Be sure to check out Part One of the ‘Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X’ Awards before Wednesday’s finale!
Watch ‘Survivor: Millennials vs Gen X’ episode 12 now on GlobalTV.com/Survivor or on the Global Go app. Don’t miss the three-hour Survivor season finale and reunion special on Wednesday, Dec 14 at 8 et/pt on Global.