But before that, here's a refresher on who is left on Survivor: Edge of Extinction.
In the main Survivor game:
Rick has been dominating the game so far, and he's won way back from Extinction Island, found two idols and been gifted one, and he's also won three immunity idols, making a lot of fans think that he's the one to beat.
Gavin has been a part of a lot of the major blindsides, and he was key to voting out his former ally Ron two weeks ago. He's also won two immunity challenges.
Lauren started out as Kelley Wentworth's closest ally, but after she was voted out Lauren came into her own. She's been on the right side of most of the votes this season, and according to prediction site Gold Derby , she's in second place to win the season, after Rick.
Victoria's game has been a little lowkey, but along with Gavin, she's been a key part of many votes, and she helped blindside Kelley.
Julie won the first immunity challenge of the season. Her closest ally was Ron, and they attempted to blindside Rick by giving him a fake advantage menu. While their plan didn't work and Ron ended up getting eliminated, Julie has been able to get through the entire season with just one vote against her in a Tribal Council.
On Extinction Island (with a chance to re-enter the game):
Joe was the first person voted out after the merge. Joey Amazing, as he's called, was a major threat from the beginning, but he failed to win the immunity challenge, create a major alliance, or find an immunity idol.
As a returning player known for cunning strategy, Aubry was also a target from the beginning of the season. Just like Kelley, she was blindsided with an idol in her pocket.
More affectionally known as just "Wentworth," Kelley was at the top of a major alliance with Wardog and Lauren. She had an immunity idol, but she was majorly blindsided by Wardog.
David and Rick were part of an alliance, and at one time it seemed like either of them were at risk of being voted out. They tried to recruit Julie and Ron to their side, but they instead joined Wardog's alliance to vote out David.
Wardog, or " The Wardog ," as he calls himself, played the game VERY hard, and at one point he seemed to be on top of the game. The military vet was eventually blindsided by Gavin.
During the family visit , Ron bragged to his husband that he had been lying and manipulating to get his way, and then he was blindsided later that same episode.
Julia was voted out during one of Survivor's most chaotic tribals ever, and the " live tribal " included yelling, crying, and shifting alliances. It's unclear if she was the intended target going into tribal, but once the dust settled, she was the one eliminated.
Aurora won two immunity challenges this season, and despite being a major target, she was able to last a remarkably long time before being voted out last week.
#QueenReem. Reem was voted out on the first episode, and she's been on Extinction Island ever since. She has declared that Extinction is "her island," and she's been airing out her grievances with people who voted her out ever since.
The firefighter was voted out on Day 22, and he...hasn't really done anything of note since. Of course, all of Devens' screen time this season means we're probably missing out on what everybody else is up to.