“Get me out of here!”: Nathalie Simard returns to adventure
Natalie Simar, who flew out last week, made a triumphant return to the Costa Rican Get Me Out of Here camp on Sunday night.
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While she was saying goodbye to her accomplices, the singer and presenter were able to find their camp friends thanks to the recall of a new candidate who was supposed to join the camp along the way.
From the beginning of the episode, hosts Jean-Philippe Dion and Alexandre Barrett announced to the vacationers that they would have a leave of absence for the eliminations, but from now on they would form two separate groups, the blue group and the orange group. The latter, which included Colette, Andreanne, François and Rahman, was also treated to a delicious banquet for their victory in the first challenge.
After the second challenge, the animation duo announced that a new camper about to enter the camp had to pack up due to health concerns. Thus, the adventurers had the opportunity to anonymously vote to return to the camp Dino Claveta or Nathalie Simar.
“Baby, my name is jungle”
The singer and presenter left “Get out of here!” last week after an elimination test where she had to estimate, relying only on her feigned senses, the number of mice locked in a box. Of the 68 mice in the wooden box, she only counted 45, but assuming it was a trap, her final answer was 15 rodents instead.
During her brief stay outside the jungle, during which she was able to take hot showers and eat her fill, Natalie had access to conference calls with her loved ones. She was able to announce to them both her expulsion and her return to the camp.
“My daughter was crying. […] My boyfriend froze, but I told him, “Baby, my name is jungle,” she told the rest of the gang upon her return, emphasizing the importance of the spirit of fun and brotherhood that was created in the camp.
Confidence and emotions
After their brilliant performance in the second challenge of the evening, which consisted of circling boxes over a river without dropping them using only paddles, Livia and Colette were able to unpack an item that was close to their heart. Heart: camera and cheerleader.
Jean-Francois Mercier, for his part, spoke to other vacationers about the death of his father, which happened when he was only 4 years old, and the fears that this loss caused him.
Olympic medalist Marianne Saint Jelly, who has always won, was vulnerable to the group after losing the first test. Moved to tears, Marianne expressed her desire to tame defeat in order to humanize herself.
Reality show “Get me out of here!” airs on TVA every Sunday at 6:30 pm.