Survivor: Vanuatu (Season 9)- 2nd voted out
Dolly Neely Biography:
Born on November 18, 1978 in Clarion, Pennsylvania, Dolly Neely lived on the Potomac River for four years with her mother. It was there that she joined the National Press Club, which gave her the opportunity to meet former Presidents Gerald Ford and Bill Clinton and current President George W. Bush. Neely has also traveled abroad, particularly to Germany, England, Uruguay and Argentina. When her grandfather died in 2003, the duty of shepherding 40 sheep in their 90-acre farm was passed down to her. An experienced rifle hunter, Neely is a member of the NRA.
Neely signed up to be a contestant on Survivor: Vanuatu because she wanted to gain new experiences and come across a diverse group of individuals. She thought that her great communication and practical skills would be beneficial not just to her tribe, but to herself as well. However, Neely failed to go far in the competition, when, on Day 6, she was the second to be voted off the island. Neely was part of the younger group of women in the all-women tribe, Yasur, but her indecisiveness and lack of conviction made her an easy target to the others during the tribal council.
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