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Kelli - Michigan State Student

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Favorite sport: Major League Baseball

Favorite team: Chicago White Sox

Favorite athlete: Allen Iverson (Philadelphia 76ers)

Your greatest athletic achievement: Being on the Michigan State cheerleading team.

Pet Peeves: People who are late, anyone who is inconsiderate of others, people who are rude to others and picking up slack for others.

Why should we root for you? Because I don't cause any controversy and I will try to get things done.

Why will we root against you? Because good guys always finish last.

When you saw the list of 40 tasks, which did you think would be the easiest? Washing a school mascot.

Which did you think you had no chance of doing? Running world class marathon (26 miles) and not finishing last.

Halfway through the game, if you were offered a toothbrush, a ham sandwich or a clean pair of undies, which would you take? A toothbrush.

What is the hardest part of this show? Meshing well with my teammates.

What comfort from home did you miss the most? My friends.

Most embarrassing moment of your life (not of this show): When I was in high school I played a fairy in A Midnight Summer's Dream, and my (breasts) fell out of my shirt.

Which of your character traits is most likely to get you in trouble during the game? I'm impatient.

Do you expect to get a lot more dates after this show? Probably not.

What have you done in your life that you would compare this experience to? It's kinda like making your way through college. Like not having a job to take care of yourself…

Of begging, borrowing and dealing, which is your strong suit? Probably begging, because I can usually get what I want from men. And since men occupy most of the planet, there isn't much I can't get from them.

Hobbies: I play volleyball, rollerblade and work out.

Favorite TV show (Sucking up to ESPN is allowed but not encouraged): Seinfeld.

What's the longest you've ever gone without eating? Probably eight hours.

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