Just when we were getting Survivor withdrawal, Network Ten has only gone and announced the first eight contestants taking part in Survivor All-Stars in 2020!
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This is the first time the Australian franchise has produced an All-Star version of the hit show, in which champions from all previous seasons will return to compete to become the ultimate survivor.
Announcing the news via the show’s Instagram account, the first eight All-Stars are:
Mark 'Tarzan' Helaar
And for those of you wondering if the King of the Jungle, aka Luke Toki will be making a return, well...he won't be competing, but Ten have revealed the father-of-three will hosting an online show we can watch after 'All-Stars' airs.