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Home and Away star’s surprise reality TV move: ‘Hell yes’

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Later this month, Sharni Vinson will return to Australian television.

This month, popular Home and Away actress Sharni Vinson will make a comeback on Australian television. The 39-year-old actress gained notoriety for her role as Cassie Turner in the soap opera from 2005 to 2008.

She has had some success in Hollywood, appearing as the lead in Step Up 3D and the horror movie You’re Next, but now she is focusing on reality TV. In the star-studded cast of Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, which premieres on Channel 10 on January 30, Sharni is aiming to defeat the opposition.

With 11 returning players and 13 new contenders, Australia’s 10th season deviates from the initial Heroes v Villains season in the US, which included all returning players.

Sharni will join previous winners Hayley Leake, Nina Diaz-Twine, daughter of US two-time winner Sandra Diaz-Twine, Benjamin Law, and David Zaharakis on the “Heroes” tribe.

The former soap opera star will be competing against the “Villains” tribe, which also features Jordie Hansen, who is engaged to Sam Frost and will soon become Sam Frost’s father.

The “King George of Bankstown” George Mladenov, Miss World Australia Sarah Marschke, Anjali Rao of the Real Housewives of Melbourne, and “hard-nosed journalist” Michael Warren are all members of the tribe.

In the most recent network promo, Sharni—dubbed a “Scream Queen” in the US for her work in horror films—is matched up against “Beauty Queen” Sarah. She makes a suggestion that she may have some survival skills from her time spent working on movie sets.

She says, “Australia might remember me from Home and Away. I portrayed a survivor in the horror film You’re Next. In America, people call me the “Scream Queen,” she admits.

Everyone is aware that heroes are always victorious, the star predicts that the heroes will triumph.

The previous two seasons were shot in Queensland because to the Covid epidemic, and this most recent season is the first to be shot in Samoa since 2017.

Many supporters believe Sharni, who has years of dance experience, has a solid chance of taking home the trophy for the entire tournament.

“You’re going to totally crush the competition in challenges requiring stamina, flexibility, and agility! And I’ll call it now, to be completely honest. One fan raved on social media, “That you truly win the whole damn thing!!!!!

“What!!!!! Oh, yeah! This is incredible, said a second.

A third joked, “She’s about to chop heads like she did in You’re Next.”

She is the last girl. She is a hero because of this, another person said.

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