Swimsuit model Jenna Morasca trod a rough road to win Survivor: The Amazon. At 21, she's the youngest Survivor winner ever — if not the most popular. She and her blonde best pal, gym teacher Heidi Strobel, didn't gain many fans this season, thanks to their immodest "Don't Hate Me 'Cause I'm Beautiful" philosophy of life.

"I don't know that it will ever be totally forgotten," Morasca tells TV Guide Online. "Or if people will ever stop hating us. [Heidi and I] do what we can, and we can only do so much to try and convince people about ourselves."

Hearing-impaired contestant Christy Smith didn't much help matters by dubbing them her "evil stepsisters." Thus, Morasca was stunned at the finale, when Christy contributed one of six votes leading to her landslide win. "Believe me, I was just as shocked as the whole viewing audience," she admits. "I went over to Christy later and said, 'I don't know what to say. Thank you.' And she said, 'You don't have to thank me.' So it was really cool."

There was one other tribal council member whose vote meant even more to Morasca — that of devious castaway Rob Cesternino. "To get Robbie's vote was like an honor for me, because he's the best Survivor game player ever," she says. "And for him to vote for me, I was like, 'Wow, he must think that I'm really awesome!'"