Telecinco broadcast a new installment of Survivors 2023 on Sunday, April 2. Gabriela Arrocet, Jaime Nava and Artùr Dainese disputed their permanence in the reality show and finally it was the daughter of Mustache Arrocet who had to leave.
Ion Aramendi connected with Los Olvidados beach to inform them of the hearing's decision, which decided who would become the second definitive expulsion after the departure of Sergio Garrido. The driver of the format first announced the salvation of Nava. "Thank you very much for letting me continue this experience, thank you," said the participant, visibly happy. Therefore, the final decision was between Arrocet and Dainese. "The viewers of Survivors 2023 have decided that the definitive expelled is Gabriela," he reported.
Upon hearing the news, Gabriela thanked the audience and praised her teammates. "They are the best. This duo is so involved... They are the best survivors, I have nothing to do here. I congratulate you guys, you are the best, really. They deserve to be here with everything. They are brave, some warriors, some survivors", he assured, before taking his bag to leave by boat from the beach. "Thank you so much viewers, I love you so much," she added.
Before being expelled, Arrocet already expressed the difficulties she was going through in Honduras. "I have sick ears, this place is hell, the wind doesn't stop, I can't keep my ears uncovered, I've had a very bad time. I didn't know what it was, nobody knows until it comes and this beach It is the worst of all, it is the hardest there is," he acknowledged.
For his part, Nava complained about his partner's negative attitude and admitted that it was affecting him. "Artùr, Gabriela and I have had a difficult couple of days. I am very sorry for Gabriela, that she is like this, her desire is to leave and for her to leave, but it is true that here the mood is contagious and it shows, we have to fight against many things, but the worst thing that can happen to us is to start fighting against our heads", he opined.
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