It seems like a showmance is blossoming between Chelsea and Dean on ‘Survivor: Island of the Idols’! In this EXCLUSIVE sneak peek, Elaine pushes the engaging 20-somethings to get collectively.
Elaine Stott is enjoying matchmaker on the Oct. 16 episode of Survivor: Island of the Idols! HollywoodLife has an EXCLUSIVE preview of the episode, which exhibits Elaine questioning Dean Kowalski and Chelsea Walker about how previous they’re. When they reveal that they’re 28 and 27, respectively, Elaine is ecstatic. “Oohhh, this is perfect!” she tells her Lairo tribemates. Dean is noticeably blushing, and whereas Chelsea giggles a little bit, she retains it cool and throws in a joke concerning the doable relationship.
“I imply, we did sleep collectively final night time,” she laughs. “And you know what that means….when you sleep next to each other…” In a confessional, Dean opens up about how he feels about probably embarking on a romance with Chelsea. “She’s got some spunk to her,” he gushes. “She’s a cutie, for sure. She can come back at you with a quip. She can hang in there with the boys, and I really do like that about her. I’m super drawn to her.”
Chelsea appears to be much less keen to take issues to the subsequent degree, although. Elaine pushes her by asking, “He’s too cute though, right?” and Chelsea responds, “He’s a cute boy. But I’m not here for no showmance. It always messes up people’s games.” Being in a showmance is historically a troublesome place on Survivor. After all, the opposite gamers within the recreation aren’t eager to maintain round a good duo. However, it has labored earlier than — Rob Mariano and Amber Brkich took their Survivor romance all the way in which to the ultimate two, then went onto get married and have 4 youngsters after Survivor: All Stars, and so they’re nonetheless collectively at this time.
Interestingly, Rob, together with Sandra Diaz-Twine, is a mentor on this season of Survivor, so maybe he’ll have some recommendation for Chelsea or Dean if issues do take off between them. Survivor airs on Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. on CBS.