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EARLY LOOK AT SURVIVOR SEQUEL

CBS's The Early Show this morning gave its viewers a sneak peek at Survivor: The Australian Outback, featuring interviews with the 16 contestants that make up the Ogakor and Kucha tribes (the aboriginal names for crocodile and kangaroo). An attitude alert is already being issued for 28-year-old Kucha member Kimmie, who wasted no time dissing her trailblazing predecessors. "You're not going to see me eating barbecue rats, you're not going to see me eating cans of dog food," she insisted. "I mean, it's 39 days — if you have no self control... then you've got to reevaluate yourself and look in the mirror." (Forgive her, she's from Long Island.) For more on Survivor: The Australian Outback, check out Insider.

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CBS's The Early Show this morning gave its viewers a sneak peek at Survivor: The Australian Outback, featuring interviews with the 16 contestants that make up the Ogakor and Kucha tribes (the aboriginal names for crocodile and kangaroo). An attitude alert is already being issued for 28-year-old Kucha member Kimmie, who wasted no time dissing her trailblazing predecessors. "You're not going to see me eating barbecue rats, you're not going to see me eating cans of dog food," she insisted. "I mean, it's 39 days — if you have no self control... then you've got to reevaluate yourself and look in the mirror." (Forgive her, she's from Long Island.) For more on Survivor: The Australian Outback, check out Insider.