Jeff Probst, host of 'Survivor: Cook Islands', poses for photographers after taping the season finale in Los Angeles
18/12/2006. (Photo : Reuters)
"Survivor: Philippines" premieres Wednesday, Sept. 19, and though CBS has yet to officially announce the cast members who will compete against each other on the island, several fan sites have leaked their names, pictures and background information.
"Survivor" is the longest running reality series on television and its 25th season will begin with a 90-minute episode. As always, the season will begin with the cast split up between three tribes and eventually it will dwindle down to one, as members are voted off of the island each week.
Survivor Fever provided the list of contestants and also which tribe they will become a part of when the season begins.
The following is the biggest spoiler for season 25 of the show:
Red - Kalabaw (Water Buffalo) Tribe:
Jonathan Penner, former contestant on "Survivor: Cook Islands" and"Survivor: Micronesia"
Jeff Kent, 44-yea- old future MLB hall-of-famer from Texas
Dana Lambert, 33 year old lesbian hair stylist from North Carolina
Katie Hanson, 22 year old beauty queen from Delaware
Carter Williams, 24 year old possible surfer from California
Sarah Naomi Dawson, 28 year old traveler from Maryland
Blue - Matsing (Monkey) Tribe:
Russell Swan, former contestant on "Survivor: Samoa"
Angelia Layton, 20 year old beauty queen from Utah
Malcolm Freberg, 25 year old former football player from Los Angeles
Zane Knight, 27 year old from Virginia
Denise Marie Stapely, 41 year old sex counselor from Iowa
Roxanne Morris, 28 year old chaplain from Brooklyn
Yellow - Tandang (Rooster) Tribe:
Mike Skupin, former contestant on "Survivor: Australian Outback"
Lisa Whelchel, actress from 80's sitcom "The Facts of Life"
Abi-Maria Gomes, 32-year-old beer saleswoman from Los Angeles
Peter Yurkowski, 24-year-old actor from New Jersey
Roberta Saint-Amour, 27-year-old investment analyst from NYC
Artis Silvester Lewis, 53-year-old navy systems engineer from New Orleans
Jeff Probst will continue to host "Survivor." Probst is also the show's executive producer and has won four Emmy awards for Outstanding Reality Host. He is the only winner to have won that award since the category's inception in 2008. Probst will also have a new talk-show which debuts Sept. 10 on CBS.
Get the Most Popular Enstarz Stories in a Weekly Newsletter