‘I have no boobs anymore!’ Australian Survivor’s Brooke Jowett says weight loss from the show left her flat chested
Australian Survivor is arguably the most physically taxing reality show on television.
And recently ousted contestant Brooke Jowett says that the weight loss she suffered while filming the Fiji-based series left her flat chested.
Upon seeing herself for the first time following her eviction on Tuesday, the 26-year-old was visibly shocked by her own reflection.
Gone! Ousted Australian Survivor contestant Brooke Jowett says that the weight loss she suffered while filming the Fiji-based reality series left her flat chested
‘I have no boobs anymore!’ she shrieked as she stared at herself in a bikini bra.
The personal trainer also noticed that her teeth had become whiter due to the natural island diet, but said that her eyebrows were like ‘hedges’ because she hadn’t been able to groom them.
Weight loss isn’t the only side effect from appearing on Survivor, with many male contestants revealing that the show left them unable to perform sexually.
Before and after: The 26-year-old had a fuller bust (left) before filming, but was noticeably smaller following her elimination (right)
Earlier this month, Lee Carseldine said that his first stint on the series left him unable to consummate his relationship with former co-star and ex-girlfriend El Rowland, who he met on season one back in 2016.
‘I had no mojo – there was nothing in the tank,’ the 44-year-old told fellow Survivor stars Phoebe Timmins and Sarah Tilleke on their podcast P.S. with Phoebe and Sarah.
He went on to explain that it forced him and El to take the physical side of their relationship slowly.
‘I was with El- but it was probably about a month afterwards… I still had nothing, I was like wake up,’ he said, referring to his sexual abilities.
‘I don’t think I had an erection for 90 days,’ he added.
‘There was nothing in the tank!’ Australian Survivor’s Lee (pictured) said that the show destroyed his sex drive and left him unable to get an erection
Former Army Corporal El and Lee met while filming the first season of Australian Survivor in Samoa back in 2016.
They went on to have a relationship for three years before announcing their split on Instagram in February 2019.
It comes after fellow Survivor All Star tribe mate David Genat revealed on the same podcast last week that he was still suffering the physical consequences of playing two seasons back to back.
Flashback: Lee met El Rowland (both pictured) while filming season one of Australian Survivor in 2016, which led to a three year relationship
‘It takes a big toll on the reproductive area,’ he said.
Phoebe, who was voted off Survivor All Stars after being blindsided by David, took the opportunity to cheekily seek revenge by asking: ‘Are you saying you’re bad in bed?’
‘Probably right now I am,’ he responded, admitting that the harsh conditions of playing two seasons of the game back-to-back had left him with little desire in the bedroom.
‘It takes a big toll’: David Genat (pictured) revealed he completely lost his sex drive due to the harsh living conditions while filming the grueling reality series
Sarah, who starred in the second season of the series back in 2017, went on to reveal this phenomenon only seems to affect men in the game while for women, it has the opposite effect.
‘At least when I played, the girls, somehow everything was activated on the island. Everything operated on a high a buzzy level,’ she admitted.
‘Almost every guy without fail said nothing’s working,’ she added.
‘Everything was activated on the island!’ Fellow Survivor star Sarah Tilleke (pictured right) claimed that the show has the opposite effect on women