Felicity 'Flick' Eggington in a scene from the TV series Australian Survivor.
Felicity 'Flick' Eggington in a scene from the TV series Australian Survivor. Nigel Wright

Flick teases intense and entertaining Survivor grand final

FELICITY 'Flick' Eggington doesn't regret her ruthless game play on Australian Survivor.

The former Gold Coast meter maid was left with few options after her last true ally Matt was eliminated last night.

It came as little surprise to the 23-year-old when power couple Lee and El and swing voter Kristie chose to send her home tonight, on the eve of the reality show's finale.

"I was a bit shocked about everything that happened," Flick told APN.

"I knew Kristie was unreliable but I didn't think she would turn again us to go with the power couple."

Flick doesn't hold out much hope for Kristie making the show's grand final tribal council as it would require her winning the final immunity challenge against former cricket pro Lee and army corporal El.

Lee, El, Flick and Kristie pictured in the Australian Survivor semi-final.
Lee, El, Flick and Kristie pictured in the Australian Survivor semi-final. Nigel Wright

"Obviously her big move was probably getting rid of Matt and me, but at the same time that wasn't the best move for her," she said.

"She'd never won immunity before, and Lee and El are challenge beasts.

"I think I was upset with Kristie not so much for ruining my game but I felt like she was ruining her own game."

Flick, who now joins the show's jury of eliminated castaways who will decide the $500,000 grand prize winner, said El is the most worthy finalist of the sole Survivor title.

"She was the biggest social player and the most strategic out of the three left," she said.

Elena 'El' Rowland in a scene from the TV series Australian Survivor.
Elena 'El' Rowland in a scene from the TV series Australian Survivor. Nigel Wright



Flick said she was aware of the budding romance between Lee and El, who have become a couple since filming of the show finished in Samoa

"She told me 'I like him and I think he likes me too but I'm not sure'," she said.

"I told her just to remember that they could have a good relationship (after the show) but not to think too much about it now because they were playing the game; it's not The Bachelor."

Flick said fans should find tomorrow night's finale entertaining.

"The finale is very intense," she said.

"Survivor is a crazy game and anything can happen. Something could happen which will entertain viewers I'm sure."

The Australian Survivor finale airs tomorrow at 7.30pm on Channel 10.



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