Australian Survivor: “King” George of Bankstown Guns For the Crown
You could say that “Australian Survivor” royalty, King George from Bankstown was dethroned following his loss to Hayley Leake in “Brains Vs Brawn”. But he’s only emerged stronger and more evil than ever as George the Terrible on “Heroes Vs Villains”.
Back and ready to play a “pure Villain” game, he’s seeking redemption for his defeat. He wants the title, the prize money and all the glory. In order to get his way, George has leant into “the dark side” and promised a no-mercy approach. But with fans resonating with his relatable authenticity from “Brains v Brawn”, we’re interested to see what they’ll think of his strategy.
Before the season aired Mladenov shared, “Last time I saved people, I played as a Hero and my family still doesn’t have much money. I’m coming back to change my family’s life.”
After hitting the gym to improve his physical capabilities following the 2021 season, he is excited be more engaged in the physical aspect of competition. In saying that, his favourite part is the social and mental games. And with a tribe full of cutthroat Villains by his side, he’s ready to do whatever it takes to come out on top.
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