‘Survivor’ LEAK: Tony Vlachos Crowned Sole Survivor of ‘Winners at War’

Survivor leaks say Tony Vlachos will be two million dollars richer at the end of tonight’s Winners at War finale. According to several sources, the New Jersey cop not only makes it to the Final Tribal Council but he wins it all. Reportedly, Tony’s gameplay wins over a majority of the jurors. It’s enough to earn him the title of Sole Survivor. So, how did he do it?

Survivor: Winners at War Finale Pre-Tapped Again This Season

Typically, after the final three castaways are decided, the whole cast reunites for a live television reunion to pick the winner. But because of COVID-19 restrictions, the Survivor: Winners at War legends weren’t able to do so on the usual sound stage in Los Angeles. Everyone will be communicating over video chat to ensure their safety.

That makes it harder for production and host Jeff Probst to mediate the show. That’s why it’s been pre-tapped in order to handle technical difficulties and fit the time slot. So, as of this moment, the winner of the legendary Survivor season has already been crowned, and it’s Tony Vlachos

Final Three Revealed

Not only has the winner of Survivor‘s season 40 been revealed, but so has the final three players at final tribal council. Denise Stapley and Ben Driebergen get voted out. So, it looks like it’s going to be Tony Vlachos, Natalie Anderson, and Michele Fitzgerald.

Natalie wins her way back from the Edge of Extinction and wins the Final Immunity Challenge and decides to take Michele with her. Tony and Sarah Lacina battle in out in the fire-making challenge, which Tony wins.

Survivor: CBS Insider Says Tony Vlachos Wins

It might not come as that much of a surprise but sources say that Tony Vlachos is the Sole Survivor of Winners at War. The Jersey native has arguably been playing one of the best games out of the remaining castaways. So, it makes sense that he would come out on top in the end.

Survivor: Tony Vlachos - Winners at War

Tony has had a hand in almost all of the action since the tribes merged. He’s been running the majority alliance while also being part of several side partnerships. His most notable would have to be Cops R Us with fellow police officer Sarah Lacina. According to leaks, Tony gets 13 votes, Natalie Anderson gets 3, and Michele Fitzgerald gets none.

Yet, nothing is definite until the Winners at War finale airs tonight at 8/7c on CBS.

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