Jenny Kim on her ‘Survivor’ exit

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Jenny Kim on “Survivor”

On the March 23 episode of “Survivor 42,” viewers witnessed a stunning tribal council.

Fans were on the edge of their seats as they watched the daddy tribe struggle to reach a unanimous decision on who to vote out. To further complicate the situation, two members of the tribe – Mike Turner and Chanelle Howard – lost their voices before the ceremony.

The loss of votes led to a tie-breaker between Jenny Kim, 43, and Lydia Meredith, 22, with both women receiving two votes. Host Jeff Probst called for a re-vote, resulting in a second tie and forcing castaways Daniel Strunk and Hai Giang to make a joint decision on who should leave the game. In the end, Jenny was sent home.

Jenny on her “Survivor” exit

in a (n exclusive interview with Parade, Jenny opened up about her “Survivor” exit.

The Brooklyn native told the outlet viewers didn’t see how hard she struggled to stay in the game.

“I am definitely fighting for my life at Tribal Council. I’m disappointed. It looks like I just lay down,” she said.

Jenny told Parade that she tried to reason with Hai to get him to change his voice.

“I said, ‘Hai, you said we’d work together. Why are you going back to that right now?’” she said. “We were a team. We can move on if you just change your vote now. it will be fine We can fix this.’”

Despite Jenny’s efforts to save her game, Hai has already made up her mind. It turns out that Jenny’s ally, Daniel Hai, revealed earlier in the week that Jenny was conspiring against him.

When she found out Daniel was playing on both sides, Jenny said she knew her game was up.

“It was at that point that I realized my game was sunk,” she told the outlet. “I always knew Daniel worked in the middle. I didn’t realize how much information he shared with both sides.”

Jenny about being a target

In her interview with Parade, Jenny gave some insight into why her dad tribesmen targeted her instead of Mike, the retired firefighter.

“I think it was about keeping Mike’s strength over my puzzle skills,” she said. “That was more important to the group at the time. That’s all I think it came down to.”

“Hai and Lydia didn’t bond with Mike any more than they did with me,” she continued. “It was really just a matter of how do we keep the tribe as strong as possible and get one of the people that wasn’t in our alliance out? And that fell on me.”

Jenny shares farewell message on Instagram

Jenny took to Instagram after the March 23 episode to share her final thoughts on exiting Survivor.

The 43 year old shared a screenshot by Jeff Probst snorting her torch alongside a long caption.

“Wasn’t happy about leaving so early but proud of the game I played,” Jenny wrote. “The love and support from the fans has been truly overwhelming and a wonderfully surprising part of this whole experience. Thank you to my husband for his support every step of this journey and for helping me become the person you all cheered for. Without his positive influence on my life over the past 12 years, I would not have been able to understand all of this.”

She ended the post by telling fans that she hopes to return to the show in the future.

“Survivor” airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on CBS. Jenny Kim on her ‘Survivor’ exit

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