- “Survivor SA: island of immunity” Paul Amor became the perfect target for the blind door.
- After the divided Zambia tribe expelled him out of misogyny and greed.
- Paul spoke to IOL Entertainment shortly after leaving Survivor to tell us about his experience with the show.
Are you invisible?
I didn’t expect this because I was a little paranoid that day and suspected something was wrong. However, it was well done, and it made sense to go home with the doors closed.
They chose you because you don’t listen to women and eat a lot, you mean? I don’t think it’s the food; I guess it just goes back to the chappies, and I don’t talk to Carla and about Mike’s voice. That is my understanding.
How was the survivor experience for you?
I was on the land for 11 days; the occurrence was nothing I’ve never had before. It’s a lot of fun, and you put yourself in all these crazy and complicated situations.
From an audience point of view, I said to myself, “Oh yeah, I can, I can,” but when you’re on the show, it’s a very different ball game. So I do things to gain perspective also practice, and enjoy life. What preparations did you make before landing on the island?
I have read a biography or two about manipulation. I fill the silence a bit with food and bring some healthy fats into my body, so I don’t have to struggle. I also prepare myself physically so I can be pretty challenging.
How are you acquainted with other liquidators?
I like it because what makes this game so interesting is that there are so many different personalities on the island. When the true colors come out, it becomes exciting to see how people struggle with certain things, like being sick or hungry at home.
What facilities are you missing?
I love the outdoors, so the only thing I miss is delicious food. How did you shoot in the Wild Coast? That’s phenomenal. I had never been there, and it was lovely to see the view right at our doorstep.
But in the end, no matter where you are, you still get the whole experience. The goal is just extra. For me, the experience of being on an island and being a part of this experiment.