To be honest with you, had she stayed the sweetheart of Palau, maybe she would had gotten more of the votes like a 4-3 vote.
But also she offended her original alliance and she knew because of that, she wouldn't get all but one vote.
Heh...on Steph's homepage it says there will be a "Stephenie Cruise" coming soon. Just don't get between her and the buffet table. :teeth
They need to have a Bobby Jon, Brandon, and Jamie cruise...:whistle
But, what cracked me up MOST.. were her glossy pictures priced at $19.95 (add $1.95 for shipping to continental US) with a signature. :barf Wow. Wonder how she feels going and depositing the money that all those 12 year old girls are scrounging up. :nono
To charge for a signed headshot is SO egotistical, IMO. :ohno Is she that poor?!?!
From what I read it seems that someone was posting as Steph which in turn caused a bit of a situation so she stopped posting in the guestbook and is now trying to figure out a better way to comminicate with her fans.
Too many crackpots and drunken idiots in the world to think it would never happen.
Survivor's Stephenie LaGrossa Gets Married
FRIDAY JULY 07, 2006 10:00PM EST
Survivor: Palau and Guatemala castaway Stephenie LaGrossa wed her longtime boyfriend, high-school history teacher Michael Ward, 33, on Friday in Seaside Heights, N.J., the Jersey Shore town where they first met.
The wedding had a beach theme, with the motto "Life's a Beach" printed on fans, drink stirrers and candles. "We're huge beach people," LaGrossa, 26, tells PEOPLE. "He loves to surf. I love the beach. We wanted to definitely have something on the beach."
Guests included Palau winner Tom Westman and Guatemala champ Danni Boatwright.
LaGrossa, a former pharmaceutical sales rep who now models and makes TV and personal appearances, grew up in a suburb of Philadelphia and now lives in Toms River, N.J.
She was a fan favorite on 2005's Survivor: Palau, in which she outlasted every one of her Ulong tribemates and even fended for herself in their desolate camp. But when she joined the competing Koror tribe, she was voted off the island.
Later that year, she competed again on Survivor: Guatemala, a reunion show in which she went up against other competitors from previous seasons. She made it to the final two, but ultimately lost the $1 million prize to Boatwright, a Kansas beauty queen.
While on Palau, she received a romantic – and funny – letter from Ward. "My boyfriend kissed his letter with, I think, eye shadow he found at my house, because it was orange!" she told PEOPLE. "He wrote, 'Here's a kiss from me to you with your own lipstick – or at least I think it's lipstick.' I was laughing so hard!"
Thanks for posting this!
I wondered if those two would finally tie the knot:yay
No kidding! They've dated forever, haven't they? Good for them, though. :nod