Backstage Interview with 'Survivor: Samoa' Contestant Brett Clouser

Survivor: Samoa contestant Brett Clouser talks like a press release, looks like Jeff Probst's son and always wears the same t-shirt. The fashion designer, who was recruited at a Las Vegas trade show, was a respectful young gentleman in a Schmergenbrawl of liars and egotists.

Everything he says sounds diplomatic. It actually takes a tremendous savvy to be so conscious of your words, but Brett does one better. He somehow delivers these wordsmithed comments with a dimpled, boyish smile that's anything but bland. It explains why he could be a front runner in the game and invisible on television. He is simply the opposite of your typical reality contestant.

When I met Brett on the red carpet after the finale I asked him how he feels about his edit, why his prayer warrior partner Natalie never came to his defense, and what advice he would have for those wishing to ace Survivor audition interviews.

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