Telecinco viewers were able to see a new installment of Survivors 2023 on the night of Tuesday, March 21. Ginés Corregüela had the support of the public and escaped expulsion. His salvation ceremony was different from that of previous weeks, since it had to be held in the Palapa due to the storms that were affecting the beaches of Honduras.
The list of nominees included Sergio Garrido, Katerina Safarova, Gema Aldón and the 'tiktoker'. Laura Madrueño asked them to stand up and began to announce who was still in danger. The Fiesta collaborator was the first chosen.
The presenter asked the other three contestants to come to the center of the Palapa and asked them: "What would it mean for you to save yourselves?" Ana María Aldón's daughter responded: "For me it would mean a lot, the support of the entire public outside... I don't know what to tell you because I'm very nervous, but I would love to be able to continue fighting here. I'm worth it too, I can too, like everyone else".
His partner pointed out: "These weeks have cost me a lot. The illusion of continuing in this contest has returned to me, fighting and showing my family, my friends and the people who support me out there that I can. I really want to continue and give it everything for them". For her part, Corregüela expressed: "I want to give everything I can. In the tests I am older, but where we are I can defend myself well. Thank you very much to all my followers."
The host of the format then revealed that Katerina was also still nominated. The next name she gave was Gema, with which Ginés became the one saved by the audience. He celebrated by greeting the public and hugging his colleagues on the show.
Ginés Corregüela had a new defender on set on March 21. Carlos Sobera went to Yaiza and pointed out that she is a friend of the 'tiktoker', but she corrected him and stated that she is her partner. "This is what is called giving a presenter a zasca," commented the driver of Survivors: No Man's Land.
Yaiza assured that the contestant is divorced, but his wife contacted the program to deny it. "She has called us and she has told us that she is very sorry, but that she does not remember having signed anything at all," Sobera said. The defender released: "Can I go out and look for papers? Because everything is proven with papers and it's not my word against the world's... I'm not going to attack anyone to defend myself."
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