‘Survivor’ Season 30 Prediction: Mike Holloway Is Next for Elimination

By Kathleen Villaruben | 1 year ago
‘Survivor’ Season 30 Prediction: Mike Holloway Is Next for Elimination

The finale of “Survivor: Worlds Apart” Season 30 on Wednesday, May 30, 2015, draws near and polls start to intensify as fans vote for their predictions. Read on for details.

Some fans go crazy predicting the castaways who will come and go because of exciting prizes. GoldDerby is a popular site for “Survivor” fans which holds polls often. The site’s prize at stake is a $100 gift certificate from Amazon.


Mike Holloway is GoldDerby’s leading castaway for elimination this week with 23/10 odds or 30 percent votes. He had no choice but to play his immunity idol last week. That made his chances for the finals weaker. If Holloway is the next one to be eliminated, he will be the last contestant to be voted out before the two-hour finale episode.

The site predicted that even if Holloway would not be Season 30’s winner, his chances are still high for “Survivor: Second Chance” Season 31. Another positive news for Holloway’s fans is Dan Foley can also be the unlucky castaway for this week because of 27/10 odds or 27 percent votes for elimination. Besides, Holloway can still win the upcoming Immunity Challenge. He might also convince Sierra Thomas and Carolyn Rivera to vote for Foley.

As for the rest of the castaways, third one with the highest odds for elimination is Rodney Lavoie with 5/1 odds or 17 percent votes for elimination, fourth, Thomas with 8/1 odds or 11 percent votes, fifth, Rivera with 20/1 odds or five percent votes and lastly, Will Sims with 25/1 odds or a mere four percent votes.

“Survivor,” hosted by Jeff Probst, airs every Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. on CBS. Catch the next episode on May 13.

There you have it for the update on “Survivor: Worlds Apart” Season 30. For more updates about this show, including spoilers and recaps, follow Movie News Guide (MNG) and like our Facebook page What Movie is this.

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