Michaela Bradshaw - Millennials vs. Gen X, Survivor: Game Changers
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Seasons: 2 | Days: 20+ | Wins: 0 | Jury: 0

Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X (2016) - 7th out, 14th place.

  • Voted out in Episode 7, "I Will Destroy You" (Day 20).

Survivor: Game Changers (2017) - nth place, nth out - nth juror.

  • Season has not yet finished airing.
Michaela Bradshaw - Career statistics
Challenge stats Tribal council stats Jury stats
Season ChW ChA ChW% VFB VAP TCA TC% wTCR JVF TotJ JV% SurvSc SurvAv
S33: Millennials vs. Gen X 1.04 1.52 0.68 1 4 2 0.38 1.75 - - - 1.06 2.79
S34: Game Changers - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Career 1.04 1.52 0.68 1 4 2 0.38 1.75 - - - 1.06 2.79
Michaela Bradshaw - Challenge record
Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X - Click links to watch the challenges on YouTube
The Ocean - Ep2 RC/IC
In the Bag - Ep6 IC

Tribal/team challenge record (6.0*-for-10):

  • Millennials vs. Gen X Ep. 1 RC/IC: "Got to Choose" - Helps gather clubs then watches, as Millennials win.
  • Millennials vs. Gen X Ep. 2 RC/IC: "The Ocean" - Grabs a key, but the Millennials lose.
  • Millennials vs. Gen X Ep. 3 RC/IC: "Going Coconuts" - Carries her own bag on the balance beam; Millennials win.
  • Millennials vs. Gen X Ep. 4 RC: "Water Slaughter" - Wins twice, vs. Jessica/Lucy & Sunday/CeCe; Millennials lose, 3-2.
  • Millennials vs. Gen X Ep. 4 IC: "Angry Chair" - Collects bags and works the puzzle, and the Millennials win.
  • Millennials vs. Gen X Ep. 5 IC: "Holy Diver" - Now with Ikabula, swims and sinks all 5 shots; Ikabula wins! (1st/3).
  • Millennials vs. Gen X Ep. 6 RC: "Blind Faith" - Blindfolded, works the puzzle; Ikabula finishes second (2nd*/3).
  • Millennials vs. Gen X Ep. 6 IC: "In the Bag" - Works the table maze with Hannah, Ikabula wins (1st/3).
  • Millennials vs. Gen X Ep. 7 RC: "Matt Finish" - Places balls on the rail at the end; Ikabula finishes second (2nd*/3).
  • Millennials vs. Gen X Ep. 7 IC: "Bail Out" - Misses several slingshot attempts; Ikabula loses (3rd/3).

*Note: Second-place finishes during the three-tribe phase of MvGX count as half a win.

 

Individual challenge record (0-for-0):

  • Millennials vs. Gen X: None.

 

Redemption/Exile Island duel record (0-for-0):

  • Millennials vs. Gen X: None.

 

Survivor: Game Changers
Blue Lagoon Bustle - Ep1 RC/IC
Serpent Turf - Ep2 RC/IC

Tribal/team challenge record (1-for-3):

  • Game Changers Ep.1 RC/IC: "Blue Lagoon Bustle" - Crosses obstacles, but Mana does not win.
  • Game Changers Ep.2 RC/IC: "Serpent Turf" - Stands around waiting to toss rings; Mana loses again.
  • Game Changers Ep.3 RC/IC: "Austin's EOC" - Crosses obstacles with JT & Malcolm; new Nuku wins! (1st/3).

 

Individual challenge record (n-for-n):

  • Game Changers: None yet.

 

Redemption/Exile Island duel record: (0-for-0)

  • Game Changers: None yet.

 

Career challenge totals
  • Team/tribal challenges
    Wins: 7.0*
    Played: 13
    Win%: 0.50
    Sat out: --
  • Individual challenges
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Mean% Finish: --
  • Duels
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Mean% Finish: --
Michaela Bradshaw - Tribal Council record
Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X
Ep2 Tribal Council
Ep7 Tribal Council

Idols held/played: (0/0)

  • Millennials vs. Gen X: None yet.

 

VFB - Votes for the person booted (1/2):

 

VAP - Votes against (4):

  • Millennials vs. Gen X, Ep. 7: Four votes, from Bret, Jay, Sunday, and Will (voted out, 4-2).

 

Jury votes made (0/0):

  • Millennials vs. Gen X: None.

 

Survivor: Game Changers
Ep1 Tribal Council
Ep2 Tribal Council

Idols held/played: (n/n)

  • Game Changers: None yet.

 

VFB - Votes for the person booted (2/2):

 

VAP - Votes against (1):

  • Game Changers, Ep. 1: One vote, from Ciera.

 

Jury votes made (n/n):

  • Game Changers: None yet.

 

Career Tribal Council totals
  • Hidden idols
    Found: 0
    Played: 0
    Votes voided: -
  • Voting record
    VFB: 3
    Tribals: 4
    VAP: 5
  • Jury votes
    Made: --
    For winners: --
    Received: --
Michaela Bradshaw - Pictures
Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X, Game Changers image galleries
Michaela Bradshaw - Interviews
Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X

Pre-game interviews

  • Josh Wigler at Parade.com (8/17/16): "Michaela Bradshaw Before the Game"
  • Gordon Holmes at XfinityTV.com (8/22/16): "Michaela: 'If You Have No Value to Me, Then Bye'"

 

Post-game interviews

  • Gordon Holmes at XfinityTV.com (11/3/16): "Michaela: 'It's Better to Hit a Tree Than to Hit a Person'"
  • Josh Wigler at Parade.com (11/3/16): "Michaela Bradshaw Breaks Down That Explosive Tribal Council"
  • Rob Cesternino at RHAP (11/3/16): "Exit Interview | Latest Player Voted Out - 11/03/16"
  • Dalton Ross at EW.com (11/3/16): "A 'super-betrayed' Michaela on why she was 'devastated' by the vote"

 

Survivor: Game Changers

Pre-game interviews

  • Gordon Holmes at XfinityTV.com (2/13/17): "Michaela: 'I'm the Strongest Female That Survivor Has Ever Seen When It Comes to the Challenges"
  • Josh Wigler at Parade.com (2/15/17): "Zeke Smith and Michaela Bradshaw Return to the Wild"
  • CBS Game Changers pre-game interview (YouTube)

 

Michaela Bradshaw - Bios
Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X

Excerpts from her official CBS Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X cast bio page: (8/17/16)

 

"Personal claim to fame: Paying off my student loan debt is the crowning achievement of my twenties thus far. As a low-income student at a pricey suburban university, I worked two to three jobs during the majority of my college career, had very little fun, and made every decision based on money.

 

When I graduated and began working as an admission counselor, I kept my expenses low by eating PB&J for lunch, denying myself cable and internet, sticking to my flip phone, and driving my 1992 Honda Accord. After years of being teased for my frugal ways, I got the last laugh when I paid off $31,000 in loans at the age of 23.

 

If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? A mirror because I'll feel better if I can look better and I’ll have no idea how I look if I can't see myself. A book because it will give me something to listen to besides myself and keep my mind sharp. Being alone and thinking too much drives people crazy. Finally, chocolate because sometimes a taste of something sweet can boost my mood.

 

Survivor contestant you're most like: I'd play like a combination of Tasha Fox (CagayanCambodia), Kelley Wentworth (San Juan del SurCambodia) and Natalie Anderson (San Juan del Sur). Tasha was in the right alliances and never had her loyalty questioned. I love that Wentworth was crafty, played hard, took risks, and was an asset in challenges. Natalie represents my inner beast; she was athletic, spunky, played a social game, made big moves, and actually won.

 

Reason for being on Survivor My motivation is the $1 million. My goal is to leave an inheritance to my children's children. Winning Survivor would be a start."

 

 

Survivor: Game Changers

Excerpts from her official CBS Game Changers bio page:

 

"How have you changed since the last time you played? 
Since Millennials Vs. Gen X, I've found it a lot easier to take action in the face of fear. After surviving loneliness, starvation, physical exhaustion, and exposure to the elements, I just can't allow silly things like “what-if" scenarios to have control over me.

 

Also, I find that my reaction is to laugh at ridiculous things as opposed to becoming upset or angry. Whether it’s an annoying person, an unexpected delay, or a letdown of some sort, I just don't have the energy to be upset at anything that can't win me $1 million.

 

What are you most proud of from the last time?
I'm most proud of the fact that I broke a lot of stereotypes. I was the woman who carried my tribe. I was the black girl who could swim and wasn't afraid to get her hair wet. I was the emotional one who could still make a logical decision. I was the "athlete" who was actually intelligent and articulate. I didn't fit in a box, and I liked that about myself.

 

What, if anything, do you most regret?
I regret not understanding the importance of perception. What's real doesn't matter in this game. What people think and how they feel is what matters. My mistake in Millennials Vs. Gen X was not paying close enough attention to how others felt."

 

 

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