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Survivor castmates continue the TV feud

AAP logoAAP 28/10/2016 Danielle McGrane

Sue Clarke will get a second chance to claim victory as team captain on an All Star Family Feud alongside her fellow Survivor castmates.

"It's Vavau's chance to slap Saanapu back to where they should be ... a bit of payback," Clarke said.

But that's all just playful trash talk as she reveals she's pretty close with her fellow castaways.

"We all get on really well, we all do. And it's for charity so we'll all be doing our absolute best to win. We'll be pulling all the stops out to get the $20,000 for charity, it will be fun," she said.

Funnily enough, this won't be Clarke's first time on the family game show. She appeared as a contestant on Family Feud 40 years ago.

"I went on with my first husband, my sister and my mum. We won four nights but 40 years is a long time ago and I don't remember much about it," she said.

She hasn't had time to brush up before her next appearance on the show describing life as "hectic" since finishing up her stint on Survivor.

"I just thought I'd go over there and play the game and come home, that's all I expected but it's been frantic and fun, really good fun," she said.

"I didn't get any down time at all. Survivor has taken up most of this year because the process started in December last year and it's just been Survivor since then and now it's almost November."

She also hasn't seen any of her Survivor castmates since returning to Perth and is looking forward to the Family Feud reunion.

"I've missed them terribly especially because when you're watching the show it takes you back to what we all went through," she said.

"We really did become a family, all of us. We had to look after each other."

*All Star Family Feud - Australian Survivor airs on Ten on Sunday, 30 October at 7.30pm

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