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Parvati defeated former Survivor: China castaway Amanda Kimmel via a 5-3 jury vote to claim the

Parvati defeated former Survivor: China castaway Amanda Kimmel via a 5-3 jury vote to claim the $1 million grand prize. Parvati: Everyone did think I was the most beatable because I made so many people angry.On Monday, Parvati talked to Reality TV World about how she went from being the most beatable castaway to convincing the jury she deserved to win; the numerous blunders Amanda made when addressing the jury; how she had a tighter bond with Cirie Fields than Ozzy Lusth and James Clement; why she feels Ozzy exaggerated their previous relationship; and what her plans are for the $1 million. I thought though that I did have a chance because I knew how I was going to position my arguments in the final Tribal Council.Parvati Shallow is a three-time Survivor contestant, the winner of Survivor: Micronesia - Fans vs.

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Parvati defeated former Survivor: China castaway Amanda Kimmel via a 5-3 jury vote to claim the $1 million grand prize. Parvati: Everyone did think I was the most beatable because I made so many people angry.

On Monday, Parvati talked to Reality TV World about how she went from being the most beatable castaway to convincing the jury she deserved to win; the numerous blunders Amanda made when addressing the jury; how she had a tighter bond with Cirie Fields than Ozzy Lusth and James Clement; why she feels Ozzy exaggerated their previous relationship; and what her plans are for the $1 million. I thought though that I did have a chance because I knew how I was going to position my arguments in the final Tribal Council.

Parvati Shallow is a three-time Survivor contestant, the winner of Survivor: Micronesia - Fans vs.

Favorites and the runner-up of Survivor: Heroes vs. She is the former host of the Survivor After Show on and the winner of Miss Survivor 2012.

We all were so close and we fought so hard to get to [the Final 3] together and we thought it was over. Parvati: I knew she did well because she was brought back as a Favorite and all those people who were brought back had some serious skill. Reality TV World: Did you look for the Hidden Immunity Idol at all while you were on Exile? We had the numbers so there was no reason to bring it back, but I just wanted to find it. Parvati: I wasn't as concerned about my relationship with Amanda because I knew that would be a separate entity.

Then we got shell-shocked with another [Individual Immunity Challenge] and I think Amanda just cracked. I know I said a few things like I was going to take [Natalie and Alexis] to the Final 4 and I never told anyone how close I was with Cirie, but I had a solid, solid bond with Cirie from the beginning of the game that really wasn't depicted in the show. Reality TV World: Was it tough to hear Ozzy basically call you a bad friend during the final Tribal Council? I guess I just had a different picture of how our relationship was. Reality TV World: Did Jeff or anyone else ever tell you what would have happened if there'd been a 4-4 jury vote tie? Reality TV World: How did your alliance with Alexis and Natalie form? That girl can play the game and I wasn't worried about that. It was a big risk, but one that I felt I had to make at that time.

Parvati: When Amanda said that in response to Cirie's question I think it was -- or maybe it was Alexis... But when she said that I looked at her like, "Wow?! Reality TV World: Having seen Amanda go through two final jury partner decisions and final Tribal Council jury sessions twice now, would you agree that she doesn't seem to be very good at them and that's the biggest weakness in her game? Do you think it was in her best interest to take you? I think she lost at that final Tribal Council just because of how she played the jury.

When you screw around the issue and you don't except responsibility for what you've done, it makes them feel like you think they're stupid. (laughing) Reality TV World: What were you thinking when Natalie asked you that odd final Tribal Council question? Maybe take me on a date when I got back, I don't know. (laughing) But I had told them in the beginning, "Ask me anything and you'll get an honest answer." So I answered it truthfully. I think Amanda was so emotionally distraught about Cirie and I think she felt intimidated by Cirie. I was so honest out there, I was just saying whatever I was thinking.

million grand prize. Parvati: Everyone did think I was the most beatable because I made so many people angry.On Monday, Parvati talked to Reality TV World about how she went from being the most beatable castaway to convincing the jury she deserved to win; the numerous blunders Amanda made when addressing the jury; how she had a tighter bond with Cirie Fields than Ozzy Lusth and James Clement; why she feels Ozzy exaggerated their previous relationship; and what her plans are for the

Parvati defeated former Survivor: China castaway Amanda Kimmel via a 5-3 jury vote to claim the $1 million grand prize. Parvati: Everyone did think I was the most beatable because I made so many people angry.On Monday, Parvati talked to Reality TV World about how she went from being the most beatable castaway to convincing the jury she deserved to win; the numerous blunders Amanda made when addressing the jury; how she had a tighter bond with Cirie Fields than Ozzy Lusth and James Clement; why she feels Ozzy exaggerated their previous relationship; and what her plans are for the $1 million. I thought though that I did have a chance because I knew how I was going to position my arguments in the final Tribal Council.Parvati Shallow is a three-time Survivor contestant, the winner of Survivor: Micronesia - Fans vs.

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Parvati defeated former Survivor: China castaway Amanda Kimmel via a 5-3 jury vote to claim the $1 million grand prize. Parvati: Everyone did think I was the most beatable because I made so many people angry.

On Monday, Parvati talked to Reality TV World about how she went from being the most beatable castaway to convincing the jury she deserved to win; the numerous blunders Amanda made when addressing the jury; how she had a tighter bond with Cirie Fields than Ozzy Lusth and James Clement; why she feels Ozzy exaggerated their previous relationship; and what her plans are for the $1 million. I thought though that I did have a chance because I knew how I was going to position my arguments in the final Tribal Council.

Parvati Shallow is a three-time Survivor contestant, the winner of Survivor: Micronesia - Fans vs.

Favorites and the runner-up of Survivor: Heroes vs. She is the former host of the Survivor After Show on and the winner of Miss Survivor 2012.

We all were so close and we fought so hard to get to [the Final 3] together and we thought it was over. Parvati: I knew she did well because she was brought back as a Favorite and all those people who were brought back had some serious skill. Reality TV World: Did you look for the Hidden Immunity Idol at all while you were on Exile? We had the numbers so there was no reason to bring it back, but I just wanted to find it. Parvati: I wasn't as concerned about my relationship with Amanda because I knew that would be a separate entity.

Then we got shell-shocked with another [Individual Immunity Challenge] and I think Amanda just cracked. I know I said a few things like I was going to take [Natalie and Alexis] to the Final 4 and I never told anyone how close I was with Cirie, but I had a solid, solid bond with Cirie from the beginning of the game that really wasn't depicted in the show. Reality TV World: Was it tough to hear Ozzy basically call you a bad friend during the final Tribal Council? I guess I just had a different picture of how our relationship was. Reality TV World: Did Jeff or anyone else ever tell you what would have happened if there'd been a 4-4 jury vote tie? Reality TV World: How did your alliance with Alexis and Natalie form? That girl can play the game and I wasn't worried about that. It was a big risk, but one that I felt I had to make at that time.

Parvati: When Amanda said that in response to Cirie's question I think it was -- or maybe it was Alexis... But when she said that I looked at her like, "Wow?! Reality TV World: Having seen Amanda go through two final jury partner decisions and final Tribal Council jury sessions twice now, would you agree that she doesn't seem to be very good at them and that's the biggest weakness in her game? Do you think it was in her best interest to take you? I think she lost at that final Tribal Council just because of how she played the jury.

When you screw around the issue and you don't except responsibility for what you've done, it makes them feel like you think they're stupid. (laughing) Reality TV World: What were you thinking when Natalie asked you that odd final Tribal Council question? Maybe take me on a date when I got back, I don't know. (laughing) But I had told them in the beginning, "Ask me anything and you'll get an honest answer." So I answered it truthfully. I think Amanda was so emotionally distraught about Cirie and I think she felt intimidated by Cirie. I was so honest out there, I was just saying whatever I was thinking.

million. I thought though that I did have a chance because I knew how I was going to position my arguments in the final Tribal Council.Parvati Shallow is a three-time Survivor contestant, the winner of Survivor: Micronesia - Fans vs.

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Were you surprised that Amanda basically ended up agreeing that was the case during her own Tribal Council comments? I think honestly that's what pushed me over the edge and got me the vote. I think honestly I probably was the most beatable for Amanda.

A nature lover at heart, Shallow has spent extensive amounts of time camping and hiking through North America's state parks including the Tetons and Yellowstone.

While in college, she organized a two-month backpacking trip through Europe where she and two friends visited 13 countries, sleeping in youth hostels, train stations, on beaches and park benches.

Parvati: Just go shopping and take a few trips here and there.

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Shallow's favorites include good sushi, wearing oversized jerseys, karaoke and cheering on "The Dawgs." She is also training for triathlons with her mom, Gale.

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