[SPOILER ALERT: Read on only after you have watched the season finale of Survivor: Ghost Island.]
Reality TV history was made on Wednesday night’s finale of Survivor: Ghost Island as the jury recorded its first-ever tie vote for the million dollar prize.
After host Jeff Probst shocked the contestants by reading the votes in Fiji instead of transporting them back to the United States, it was revealed that the 10-person jury was deadlocked at five votes apiece for Wendell Holland and Domenick Abbate. Probst then informed the third member of the final three — Laurel Johnson, who had received zero votes — that she would cast the most important vote in Survivor history and break the tie.
That parchment was delivered b