The Next Season of “Survivor” Will Feature a Little Person
The details on the next “Survivor” have been announced. Here’s the rundown:
For starters, the cast will feature a little person. His name is LEIF MANSON, and he’s a 27-year-old phlebotomist, which is someone trained to draw blood.
There’s also 41-year-old MONICA CULPEPPER, whose occupation is described as: “Ex-NFL player’s wife.”
In case you’re wondering, Monica is NOT Daunte Culpepper’s wife. She’s married to a former NFL defensive tackle named John Broward “Brad” Culpepper. He played from 1992 to 2000, mostly for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
There are a few minor tweaks to the rules: For this season, they’ve scrapped Redemption Island . . . so when someone is voted out, they’re gone. They’re also splitting the tribes by gender, but all the castaways are living in the same area.
For more information, including videos of each castaway, hit up CBS.com/Shows/Survivor/. The premiere airs Wednesday, February 15th..