Jonathan LaPaglia reveals latest cast member to join Australian Survivor: Heroes v Villains
Beauty queen Sarah Marschke is the latest cast member confirmed to be joining the new season of Australian Survivor: Heroes v Villains.
Host Jonathan LaPaglia announced the 23-year-old, who was crowned Miss World Australia in 2019, would join the fray on Monday night.
Beauty queen Sarah Marschke (pictured) is the latest cast member set to join the new season of Australian Survivor: Heroes v Villains
They will be joined by writer and broadcaster Benjamin Law and two-time Olympian Liz Parnov.
Daily Mail Australia previously revealed that Champions vs Contenders 2’s Shaun Hampson, Brains vs Brawn’s Simon Mee, Flick Palmateer, George Mladenov, and Hayley Leake will also appear on the series.
Blood vs Water’s Nina Twine and Jordie Hansen, season one’s Sam Webb, Champions vs Contenders’ Steve Khouw, Jackie Glazier, and Shonee Fairfax will also feature.
Jonathan LaPaglia announced the 23-year-old, who was crowned Miss World Australia in 2019, would be joining the series on Monday night
In addition to featuring former players in the tribes, a sprinkle of new players has also been thrown into the mix.
‘It’s a mix of returning and new contestants, in the heroes and villains tribe which is exciting,’ Paramount’s Daniel Monaghan told TV Tonight.
‘I know the Americans often fill it with only returnees but adding new contestants keeps it fresh. It made everyone a bit on edge to be honest,’ he continued.
She will be joined by Champions vs Contenders 2’s Shaun Hampson (pictured), Brains vs Brawn’s Simon Mee, Flick Palmateer, George Mladenov, and Hayley Leake
Also appearing will be writer and broadcaster Benjamin Law (left) and two-time Olympian Liz Parnov (right)
The upcoming season of Australian Survivor: Heroes v Villains has been called ‘spectacular’
‘The returnees knew how to play with half but not the others, so that provides a great dynamic. The way they played is spectacular.’
Back in September, host Jonathan LaPaglia teased that fans can expect big things from the real-life adventure show.
‘Play time is over,’ the 53-year-old posted on Instagram. ‘Back in the office making the next season of Survivor…and it’s shaping up to be a ripper.’
LaPaglia included a picture of himself standing on a rocky coastline in shorts and a T-shirt while being filmed by a crew of two.
The last season of Australian Survivor was won by Mark Holmes