Australian Survivor: All Stars premiered on Monday night with the show's most legendary competitors returning with something to prove and a score to settle.
And unfortunately for Shane Gould, the 63-year-old former Olympic swimmer was voted out by the members of her green 'Mokuta' tribe at Tribal Council.
Taking a swipe at her co-stars during her exit interview, the former Olympic swimmer said: 'I'm still half a million dollars richer than they are!'
'I'm still half a million dollars richer than they are!' Shane Gould, 63, took a swipe at her tribe as she became the first to be VOTED OUT of Australian Survivor: All Stars at Tribal Council during Monday night's premiere episode
The first Tribal Council for the series saw votes accumulate for Shane and Harry Hills.
After host Jonathan LaPaglia counted the votes and read out Shane's name, she claimed that her tribe were purely out for 'revenge'.
'I have just been outwitted and outplayed by the All Stars,' she said. 'I think people had revenge on their mind.
'They might have voted me out, but at this stage, I'm still half a million dollars richer than they are.'
Seeking revenge? 'I have just been outwitted and outplayed by the All Stars,' the former Olympic swimmer said in a piece to camera. 'I think people had revenge on their mind'
Early on in the episode, Shane announced that she was determined to prove that she could win again.
'Since finishing Survivor, I've also completed my doctoral thesis. So, I have an analytical mind,' she said in a piece to camera.
'I've been breaking down the game, and I've studied Chimpanzee Politics, politics in the jungle. And I think I can see quite a lot about how chimpanzees relate. It's like some people on my tribe. I'm ready for the monkey business.'
Between the two: The first Tribal Council for the series saw votes accumulate for Shane and Harry Hills (pictured)
Shane asked Henry Nicholson to become her 'secret friend' - forming an alliance to play the game.
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