Abi-Maria Gomes - A 32-year-old business student from Los Angeles who has dual Brazilian citizenship.
Pros: Much like fellow Brazilian Gisele Bundchen, I can't figure out of if Abi-Maria is really good looking or secretly a man from just looking at her face.
Cons: Avi-Maria is arrogant enough to claim that Parvati was "as charming as she is," so I'm thinking that she might not be quite as awesome as she seems to think she is.
Lisa Whelchel - A 49-year-old ex-child star from Dallas, Texas.
Pros: Lisa used to play Blair on the popular show The Facts of Life. She is now an avid member of Kirk Cameron's ministries.
Cons: Unless there are any unexpected twists that I'm not aware of, Tootie isn't coming onto the show to help Blair with her social game.
Pete Yurkowski - A 24-year-old engineering graduate from New Jersey
Pros: Peter would seem to be relatively book smart and physically fit on paper.
Cons: He lists his hobbies as, "Going to bars and meeting girls, going to the gym, and making beats," proving he took MTV's The Jersey Shore just a little too seriously. Peter also put off a real career as engineer and is apparently working for Willhelmina Models.
Roberta "RC" Saint-Amour - A 27-year-old investment banker from New York.
Pros: "RC" is a competitive swimmer who has swam the English Channel and holds several high school and collegiate records, which should be of benefit to her when it comes to the additional water challenges this season.
Cons: "RC" lists herself as the "112th Wellesley Hoop Rolling Champion," so the Jury may not be willing to give her the million dollars since she already owns one prestigous title.
Roberta "RC" Saint-Amour
Artis Sylvester - A 53-year-old computer engineer from Louisiana.
Pros: Cancer survivor and super fan of the show having applied to be on over twenty times, so he has resiliency and a knowledge of the game on his side.
Cons: Artis lists his inspiration as his ex-wife and "prays everyday that we are brought back together." I'm sure that type of desperation on national TV will lure her back, even if he doesn't win the million dollars.
Michael Skupin - A 50-year-old author, coach and motivational speaker from Michigan, Michael was medically evacuated from Survivor: Australian Outback after passing out and falling into the campfire, an accident that as Jeff Probst said "left his skin peeling off his fingers."
Pros: A natural hunter and out-doors man, Michael is in great shape for his age.
Cons: PTSD may prevent him from completing any challenge that involves building fire.
Kate Hanson - 24-year-old former Miss Delaware.
Pros: She's easy on the eyes.
Cons: Lists toilet paper and her "Miss Delaware sweater" as two items that she wishes she could bring on the show...I'm guessing that she may not be cut out for the whole Survivor experience.
Jeff Kent, a/k/a "The Racist Mustache" - 44-year-old former Major League Baseball player.