“Survivor: South Pacific” winner Sophie Clarke takes home $1 million prizeBy Ma. Maureen Pascual on Dec 20, 2011 in Announcement, Entertainment, Television, United States •
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Sophie Clarke won the “Survivor: South Pacific” - Season 23 and walked away with $1 million prize Sunday, as announced by several international news sites, December 19, 2011.
According to reports, Sophie Clarke, 22, earned six votes from the nine-person jury of former players. Clarke apparently secured her place among the final contestants by forging strong alliance from the onset.
Sophie Clarke, the brainy medical student from Willsboro, New York, overcame “Survivor” veteran Benjamin “Coach” Wade and baseball coach Albert Destrade.
Related reports reveal that the 24th season is set to premiere in February. Similarly, show host Jeff Probst announced that it would be titled “Survivor: One World” and would feature two tribes competing each other while living together on one island.
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