'Survivor: Samoa' winner Natalie White feeling 'disbelief, shock'

natalie-white-survivor-finale-320.jpgNatalie White was pretty surprised when she was crowned winner of "Survivor: Samoa." Video below.

Natalie White, the girl Jaison described to us as "started out as the Southern belle and ended up killin' rats," won the grand prize on the 19th season of "Survivor."

She plans to use the money to take her boyfriend on a vacation, tithe 10% to her church and save the majority of the rest.

There were two really interesting points Natalie made about the final vote. First off, she doesn't know who she would've voted for if she hadn't been in the finals. She told Zap2it, "It would've depended on how I went out."

That leads us to think that at Final Five, Russell should've engineered Natalie's ouster via Brett, Mick and Jaison, while he himself voting with her to get Jaison out.

Secondly, Natalie had planned to campaign at Tribal with her masterminding the ouster of Erik -- until he stuck up for her in front of the entire jury. Then she felt like she had to keep that key piece of information on the down low.



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