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4th Place on Survivor: The Australian Outback

Tribes:The Australian Outback Kucha Barramundi

Core Alliances:

Rodger Bingham

What we'll never forget:

Elisabeth's sweet personality and her ability to always cheer people up never really ceased in any of the stressful situations. Thus, is the reason why fans consider her a "Survivor Sweetheart" along with Survivor: Borneo's Colleen Haskell.
Elisabeth's father-daughter relationship with fellow Kucha tribemate, Rodger Bingham.

What we want to forget:

Her being voted off at the Final 4, coming nearly close to making the Final 2, in which she would've been guaranteed a win.

Best moment:

Elisabeth schemed to get Jerri off, even though Jerri was a part of the dominant Ogakor tribe, she succeeded as Jerri was the ninth person voted off.

Worst moment:

Elisabeth couldn't catch a break sometime in the middle of the game, her weightloss and fatigue really set in and she broke down a lot.

What did them in?

The fact that she was well-liked made her a threat; as well, she being the only former Kucha member left with three Ogakor members. (Keith, Colby, and Tina)

Where are they now?

Elisabeth married Tim Hasselbeck in July, 2002 and now has one child, Grace Elisabeth Hasselbeck (born on April 6, 2005). Along with Barbara Walters, she is now one of the co-hosts of ABC's "The View" and currently resides in New York City with her family and is expecting a second child to be due in November.


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