The 18 Survivor castaways will be divided into two equal tribes, the Manu Tribe and the Kama Tribe, when the game begins.
This Survivor season presents a new layer to the game with the introduction of the island known as "Edge of Extinction," which will severely test the will of the castaways and what they are able to endure in order to win.
Aubry has proven herself as a strategic player, but will her physical and social game help to bring her all the way to the end this time?
Until viewers can watch Aubry's journey unfold on Survivor, let's learn a little bit more about her right now.
- Aubry's first stint on Survivor was Season 32, Survivor: Kaoh Rong -- Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty, when she was 29-years-old.
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Aubry finished as the runner-up when she received two of the seven jury votes at the Final Tribal Council. She defeated third-place finisher Tai Trang but lost to winner Michele Fitzgerald.
- Her personal claim to fame is neutralizing Kaoh Rong's Super Idol. She's also pretty fond of the fact her name means "leader of the elves."
- Aubry also competed on Survivor: Game Changers, the franchise's 34th season, in 2017 and finished in fifth place.
Aubry, 30 years old at the time, got voted out on Night 37 of the game. She attempted to eliminate Troyzan Robertson to better her chances of making it to the end, but Tai and Sarah Lacina backstabbed her and voted her out.
- Aubry's hobbies include gardening and turning her place into an indoor jungle, crayon art by melting them on canvas, running, meeting locals in new places when she travels, and astrology.
- Aubry said she once convinced her advisors at Brown University to let her write a children's book about a manatee instead of a 50-page thesis, and she went on to graduate with honors.