Jaime Nava became the first expelled from Survivientes 2023 at the gala on Thursday, March 9, a week after the premiere of the edition on Telecinco. As fans of the format expected, he has not been permanently eliminated from the competition, but will live alone in a new location.
After the salvation of Diego Pérez on Tuesday the 7th, three contestants were still on the tightrope: Alma Bollo, Ginés Corregüela and Jaime Nava. The next to leave the list was the 'tiktoker', who dedicated the moment to his daughter: "It is what I love most in the world."
Jorge Javier Vázquez announced shortly after: "Spectators of Survivors 2023 have decided that he is still in the contest... Alma Bollo!". The young woman celebrated it very excited with her companions. Her brother, Manuel Cortés, could not hold back the tears.
Therefore, the former rugby player had to leave the Palapa. "This is a big bitch. It's something that everyone fears when they come here, being the first to leave the ship," he said. The expelled man highlighted: "I have tried to do my best this week, to be at the top of my game with my team in the tests and I want to make one thing very clear."
The contestant explained that he had not been able to connect with some of his classmates and pointed out: "It has been quite difficult. You cannot think what you think of how I am, because it is not like that ... You have some ideas that I am very cool and arrogant But I swear I'm not like that." The presenter wanted to know who he was referring to. Nava appointed Adara Molinero, Gema Aldón and Manuel Cortés. They answered him and collided with him again.
The one who was a participant in Mediafest Night Fever left, leaving an advantage for Diego Pérez and a drag for Artùr Dainese. The program later showed his arrival at what will be his new home in Honduras, Playa de los Olvidados, a location about which he said: "This is like the Monster mansion."
The Survivors 2023 contestants faced a new round of nominations, which ended up leaving the fate of Artùr Dainese, Sergio Garrido, Gema Aldón and Diego Pérez in the hands of the public.
The Ukrainian-born model received three votes in the Fatale team, those of Sergio Garrido, Raquel Arias and Raquel Mosquera. The leader of the group, Bosco Blach Martínez-Bordiú, decided to put the Fiesta collaborator in a danger zone and commented: "It has always been pure nerves. In this situation what I want is calm."
On the other hand, Diego Pérez became the chosen one in the Royale team, after receiving points from Adara Molinero and Gema Aldón. The latter also rose to the list of nominees after being chosen by the other leader, Manuel Cortés. "I hope my relationship doesn't change," said Raquel Bollo's son.
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