14 days on a desert island it was 40-year-old Dina Bredal, who on Monday night were slaughtered in ørådet of his teammates.
Out of the seven votes, six of them located on Dina, who will thus be able to book the flight home to Denmark. It came after a highly dramatic section, where Dina and Maria lost a common agony, which meant that Maria changed the team from the North to the South.
Dina thought that Maria deliberately tried to lose weight so that she could switch his team out, which you can read more about here.
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Then she could see where the bar sometime, and she tried in ørådet a last desperate coup against teammate Baris. However, not Dina to persuade anyone other than themselves, and therefore came Monday's exit not behind her.
- I was not particularly surprised that it was me, but I had hoped that I could gather at least four votes, so it was not me who blurted out. I felt such a set is not executed, for it was just the state of things, says Dina to Ekstra Bladet.
- Why do you think it was you?
- I think just, to Hold the North was crazy, the pressure of losing so much. I'm actually not in doubt that there was someone on my team who wanted to send me home. They should just pick one, and so was the lack of alliances my death.
- When there are four alliances in a group consisting of seven people, there is someone who plays on multiple teams, and if you come clean, you can only play on one team. It is a part of this dynamic, it is me, because it's easier then just to follow the others. It was drønærgerligt, says Dina.
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When you as a viewer have followed the program, it has been difficult not to sit back with the impression that Dina was the weakest link in the dysterne. The opinion does she not completely, though she acknowledges that she has some shortcomings.
- I have the worst boldøje. This is how the world is put together, and I also can't lift as much as some of the others, but I have plenty to contribute in a group. I am for example super good when it comes to puzzle games, strategy and balance, " she says, and gives an example.
- It is also why I take the hardest ball in the challenge (Monday, ed.), for Michael, that is really high, misses it. It may well be that I am slender, but I've climbed, and I have a super good balance. I could easily take it, for it is my force - it is not to lift 130 kilos, and on the way have we not spending more effort on it. All have strengths and weaknesses.
Dina (top right) was the victim of teammates. She is glad of his involvement and grateful for her husband, who let her live out a dream, while he was minding the couple's two children. Photo: TV3
- How was it to be on a team that just lost and lost?
It was hard. It is like being on a site where there do not come orders. You will be hugely the pressure of not winning it, which one goes after, says Dina and adds.
And then there was the whole of this here Mary-situation. It was wild and mega hard to be exposed to to work with the one that lost on purpose (in agony, red.). Mentally it was a test of strength.
- Is there anything you regret?
I regret, that I fought not more to avoid to get away together with Maria, for I do not think that there is someone who has earned to be exposed to it, which I did. Certainly not in the Robinson expedition, where one would think that it's all about would win. I regret, of course, that I was voted out. But I don't know how much I could have done differently, she concludes.