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Australian Survivor 2023: Anjali Rao vows to be the ‘biggest villain’ in history

Real Housewives of Melbourne star Anjali Rao vows to be the ‘biggest villain’ in the history of Australian Survivor

Former CNN news anchor and Real Housewives of Melbourne alum Anjali Rao has set her sights on becoming the ‘biggest villain’ in the history of Australian Survivor. 

The 49-year-old media veteran features in a new promo for the upcoming season, which will premiere on Channel 10 on Monday, January 30.

The trailer shows Anjali on location in Samoa as she taunts her fellow contestants while they participate in a series of physical challenges.

Former CNN news anchor and Real Housewives of Melbourne alum Anjali Rao has set her sights on becoming the ‘biggest villain’ in the history of Australian Survivor 

‘Newsrooms are a cut-throat environment; I can be savage,’ she said.

‘[As] villains, we don’t really care about rules, we love the taste of blood… hero blood is our favourite.’ 

In the new season, she is expected to go head-to-head with a mix of celebrity contestants and returning players. 

Some of the big names include actress Sharni Vinson, former Miss World Australia Sarah Marschke, and author Benjamin Law. 

It comes after Channel 10 announced that former contestants Shonee Bowtell, George Mladenov, Nina Twine, Hayley Leake, Shaun Hampson, and Jordie Hansen would return to the series.

The trailer shows Anjali on location in Samoa as she taunts her fellow contestants while they participate in a series of physical challenges

The trailer shows Anjali on location in Samoa as she taunts her fellow contestants while they participate in a series of physical challenges 

Last month, an official promotional photo was released which showed Anjali posed next to a palm tree with a huge smile on her face.  

Fans of the series can expect some format changes from the U.S. version of the show.

Over the years, Anjali has landed multiple high-profile gigs including a CNN newsreader which led to her being cast in Real Housewives of Melbourne in 2021.

She is also known for co-hosting the Anj, Rob and Robbo web series. 

'Newsrooms are a cut-throat environment; I can be savage,' she said

‘Newsrooms are a cut-throat environment; I can be savage,’ she said 

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