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It convinced many cast members, including Rupert Boneham.Sunday, the fake Probst posted this question (quoted from a re-tweet since the original is protected and/or deleted, along with the rest of the account): “This season we do have a couple emerging from the midst of the game. ” That set off a flurry of replies and speculation, and the Twitter account’s credibility didn’t seem to have many people doubting that he’d ask such a question or reveal such information on Twitter–besides, that’s what his EW blog is for.The other contestants began to admonish Varner for such a cruel and unimaginable invasion of privacy. “It’s one thing to lie about someone sneaking off at night to search for hidden advantages. Varner then began to backtrack, apologizing to Zeke and insisting he had made a mistake, but again Probst had the perfect response, “You can’t unring the bell.” Needless to say a vote wasn’t quite necessary for this tribal council and Varner was kicked off of the show.It is quite another to incense bigotry toward a marginalized minority.” Zeke Smith later said to the . “It’s a game for a million dollars, and I clearly have made the wrong choice tonight,” said Varner. Nick Adams, Director of GLAAD’s Transgender Media Program, said: “Zeke Smith, and transgender people like him, are not deceiving anyone by being their authentic selves, and it is dangerous and unacceptable to out a transgender person.
The cause of death is unknown at this time, as the obituary says only that he “died unexpectedly" on the final day of 2016.
It notes that Kay's “desire to be challenged and his quest for adventure lead to his participation on the reality show, Survivor.” Kay was the eighth person voted out of Survivor: Gabon.
During his run on the beloved CBS reality show, he described himself as an “athletic kid growing up," and his obituary lists his hobbies as “running, skiing, listening to music, and attending Crossway Christian Church.” In response to this tragic turn of events, Survivor host Jeff Probst Tweeted the following statement: "I just heard the very sad news about the sudden loss of Dan Kay of Survivor: Gabon. He is survived by his two young children, Reese Elizabeth and Jackson “Jax” Russell-Reid, as well as his girlfriend, Jennifer De Pietro, mother, Jean-Ann, and sister, Andrea “More than anything, Dan cherished the time he spent with his two young children, Reese Elizabeth Kay and Jackson "Jax" Russell-Reid Kay,” the obituary reads.
The Survivor family sends our love to Dan’s family." After he was voted out, Kay told Andy Dehnart of Reality Blurred that it would be “a little bit shallow if I said [Survivor] changed my life,” but added: “I think it made me appreciate the simplicity of life and what you need.”” Kay is the fourth Survivor cast member to pass away, following the deaths of Jenn Lyon, B. “Those who knew Dan best, would agree he was a child at heart." A memorial will be held Saturday at p.m.
at the Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Very sad news today out of the reality television world: Dan Kay, a contestant on Survivor: Gabon back in the fall of 2008, died suddently on December 31. The sad news has gone public as a result of a newly-printed obituary from the Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory.