The Australian Survivor cast for 2022 has been leaked!

From former contestants to MasterChef stars, here's the rumoured line-up.
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We had our first taste of the 2022 season of Australian Survivor when the Blood vs Water theme was revealed, and now we have a good idea of what to expect in terms of the cast.

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Rumour has it that the seventh season of the show will feature influencers, models, reality stars, and even contestants from previous seasons.

Survivor sweethearts Mark Wales and Samantha Gash are among those who are set to star in the upcoming season, according to TV Blackbox.

The pair first met and fell in love when they competed on Australian Survivor in 2017, and went on to get married in 2019 and share a son together.

Sam and Mark with their son. (Credit: Instagram)

Popular influencer Jay Bruno is also reportedly joining the cast, and he’s no stranger to the big screen either. Jay previously starred on season two of the series Instant Hotel and has been romantically linked to Home and Away star Sam Frost.

MasterChef Australia’s Khanh Ong, who appeared on the show’s tenth season and later on the All Star season, was also revealed by Pedestrian to be a part of the upcoming season, and was confirmed by TV Blackbox.

Another name thrown in the 2022 cast ring is lifestyle blogger and influencer Sophie Cachia, who is reportedly set to compete against her sister in the new season.

Sophie Cachia is rumoured to be joining with her sister. (Credit: Instagram)

There are also rumours that Sandra Diaz-Twine, who starred on Survivor US, will be joining the Australian version, according to Pedestrian.

Sandra is a two-time champion of the American series and has competed four times since her debut in 2003, and if rumours prove true, we can expect her to give the other castaways a good challenge.

So, there it is, all the rumoured contestants so far for Australian Survivor 2022, which is expected to premiere in February on Channel 10.

This article first appeared on our sister site, New Idea

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