Most Invisible Survivor Contestants – – Number 7: Kelly Wiglesworth, Cambodia (5)
Survivor‘s first-ever runner-up returned 30 seasons later to play in Cambodia, also known as Second Chance. It felt like a good storyline with Kelly Wiglesworth, but unfortunately, she seemed disinterested in playing the evolved version of the game, and maybe that played a part in her poor edit.
Kelly was a key character early on and had four confessionals in the first two episodes. It felt like she’d be a memorable player and really make the most of her second chance, but instead, she was nearly invisible until she was voted off in episode nine. We were told she was a target because she was a huge jury threat, but that was news to all of us because she barely even talked when on screen.
Kelly might have been invisible during her second chance, but she did have one of the most powerful jury speeches ever. She told the jury she lost her season by one vote and the reason she lost was that she picked the wrong number. She had the final three pick a number to determine who she would vote for and while this was strictly just theatrics (she was planning to vote for Jeremy the entire time), it was a cool moment so I’ll allow it.