And Jeff confirmed that's exactly what happened ahead of Survivor's Season 44 two-hour premiere on Wednesday, March 1 at 8PM ET/PT on CBS.
"I hadn't heard of Danny's prognostication!" the show's longtime host told TV Insider.
"That's fascinating. I wonder if he noticed something between two players during pre-game or if he just has a hobby of making love predictions."
Jeff continued, "Either way, he might want to consider getting a crystal ball and doing this full time because his instincts were spot on!"
Jeff revealed that Survivor's 44th season definitely "has a showmance."
"[It's] our first showmance in a very long time," Jeff teased. "I won't say anything other than if it lasted, it would make me very happy."
The last time Survivorfans witnessed a showmance was back on Season 37 in 2018, when Dan Rengering and Kara Kay caught feelings for each other. However, the couple's romance was short lived and ended before the finale.
Survivor viewers have seen numerous castaways -- who haven't showered or brushed their teeth in days or maybe weeks -- kiss and cuddle on-screen since the reality series debuted on CBS in Summer 2000, and many of them continued their relationships into the real world.
In several cases, these romances even turned into marriages.
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