We are heading into Week 3 of Survivor 2019. That means 18 castaways remain, along with Rob and Sandra who are hanging out on the Island of the Idols. Since each tribe has made a trip to Tribal Council, the numbers are evenly split.
Let’s take a look at who is left on Survivor 2019.
Aaron Meredith. Aaron is kind of on the outs ever since he was blindsided along with Ronnie Week 1. Will he be able to rebound?
Chelsea Walker. We saw a lot from Chelsea last week as she found her camp’s idol.
Dean Kowalski. We haven’t seen much from Dean yet, but he’s your typical alpha male who is needed for comp wins.
Elaine Stott. Elaine remains at the center of her tribe and this season so far. An early fan favorite, a lot of people will be disappointed if she doesn’t stick around.
Elizabeth Beisel. For now, Elizabeth will be known as the person who thought she could beat Boston Rob at fire making.
Karishma Patel. We have seen almost nothing from her, but we can’t wait to finally see what she is made of.
Missy Bird. Missy is among the many women playing hard right out of the gate.
Tom Laidlow. Tom seems to be the silent leader of his tribe, but the women are playing circles around him and the other men so far.
Vince Moua. Vince has proven to have a bit of boldness to him that we want to see more of.
Dan Spilo. Dan is kind of forgettable at the moment. That’s not because he’s boring or anything, it’s just that everyone else is really playing the game.
Jack Nichting. Jack was among the trio blindsided this week. Will that land him in trouble soon?
Jamal Shipman. Jamal was a bit too cocky at the last tribal council, but I think he might have been knocked down a notch after Molly’s blindside.
Janet Carbin. Janet made fire the first day, but we haven’t seen much else since then.
Jason Linden. Jason was on the outs after disappearing week one to look for an idol. But he has managed to pull himself back up a bit.
Kellee Kim. Kellee is a current standout as she actually won the Island of the Idol challenge and then hid the idol IN HER HAIR. Legendary.
Lauren Beck. Another strong woman this season, Lauren went after Molly instead of the easy vote this week, proving they are here to play this season.
Noura Salman. Noura is going to be that player who is so out there that anyone voting her out would be wasting an elimination.
Tommy Sheehan. Tommy is playing a great social game. Who doesn’t love a 4th grade teacher?