The cast of Survivor: Cambodia - Second Chance is thanking their fans for voting for them to compete again.
The 20 castaways playing in Survivor: Cambodia are very appreciative of America for allowing them another shot at the game. To show their appreciation, each of them made personalized thank you cards to fans while out on the island.
Entertainment Weekly's Dalton Ross flew out to Cambodia for pre-show press where he tasked them with writing special messages to their fans. Ross is gradually posting photos to Instagram of the castaways holding up the thank you cards on the island.
First up was Borneo's Kelly Wiglesworth. As seen in the Instagram photo Ross uploaded Thursday, the season 1 veteran wrote "Thanks a million!!! Love you".
A photo posted by Dalton Ross (@thedaltonross) on Jun 4, 2015 at 10:49am PDT
Today, Ross posted a photo of Panama's Terry Deitz holding up his own thank you card. On the card, he wrote, "My heartfelt thanks to all the fans for believing in the old guy! Rock on!!!"
Terry Deitz in Cambodia with his thank you note to fans who voted him into Survivor: Second Chance. A photo posted by Dalton Ross (@thedaltonross) on Jun 5, 2015 at 10:08am PDT
More photos of the entire cast will be uploaded in the days to come, according to Ross.
America was able to vote for the 10 men and 10 women they wanted to see play Survivor again from a group of 32 one-time players who did not win the game in their original seasons. The results showed an interesting mix of fan favorites (Cagayan's Spencer Bledsoe, Worlds Apart's Joe Anglim), villains (Philippines' Abi-Maria Gomes, Cagayan's Kass McQuillen), Old School players (Australia's Jeff Varner and Kimmi Kappenberg) and more.
Production is currently underway in Cambodia.
Survivor: Cambodia - Second Chance airs in the fall on CBS.