Sierra is a 29-year-old blonde beauty from Roy, UT, who was dubbed a barrel racer when she first appeared on Survivortwo years ago.
In the last several Survivor: Game Changers episodes, it appears Sierra is the "head of the snake," meaning she's in charge of the majority alliance along with her close ally Brad Culpepper. However, Sarah Lacina flipped on the alliance and voted out Sierra's other sincere ally, Debbie Wanner.
Sierra likes to joke she's the "sheriff in town" on Survivor, but when Reality TV World talked to Debbie following her elimination, she said Sierra isn't receiving nearly enough credit for her strategic gameplay on the show.
- Sierra previously played on Season 30, Survivor: Worlds Apart, and finished in fifth place when she was 27 years old.
Sierra was eliminated from the season when the Final 4 castaways betrayed and voted her out together. Sierra was ultimately beaten by fourth-place finisher Rodney Lavoie Jr., third-place finisher Will Sims II, runner-up Carolyn Rivera, and winner Mike Holloway.
- The Survivor castaway is a daddy's girl. Sierra calls her father her hero, saying he set the standard for boys she dates and got her interested in horseback riding.
- Sierra was the National Champion Barrel Racer and All Around Cowgirl in High School Rodeo and also a National Champion in College rodeo rankings.
- She is best remembered for playing an under-the-radar game on Worlds Apart, and her tribemates criticized her for refusing to make any big moves in order to stand out.
Sierra's unwavering loyalty to her fellow Blue Collar castaways hurt her in the long run.
- Sierra told Reality TV World in her post-elimination interview that being nice to people doesn't make good TV and she regretted relying so much on her social game when she first played because her opponents feared everyone liked her on the jury.
- Sierra, standing 6'1" tall, is a working model. She's also addicted to music festivals and loves going to rooftop bars.
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