After another tough run, Sandra Diaz-Twine won the "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains" 2010 season. After another villianous performance to become the only two-time "Survivor" champion, bank teller Sandra Diaz-Twine was awarded the one million dollar prize in May of 2010. She was able to edge out other "Survivor" finalists Parvati Shallow and Russell Hantz to become the ultimate survivor.
Hailing from North Carolina, the 35 year-old mother of two shocked many viewers by winning her second season of "Survivor", despite not winning a single physical challenge in either of her two seasons. This may have been part of the evil genius' diabolic strategy. She was able to to keep her threat level low and stay in the game, continually stiring the pot, or should we say couldron. In fact, co-finalist Russell Hantz was so convinced by Sandra's evil incantations that he chose to taker her to the finals with him solely because he was sure she wouldn't receive any votes. Sandra thought otherwise, and boy was she was right. Russell ended up receiving no votes at all while Sandra was able to edge out Parvati for the win.
Despite being a villain on the "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains" season, Sandra often got her ninja on and crossed enemy lines during the show. She was then able to help the heroes to vote out Russell. This proved to be a crafty move by everyone's favorite vixen, as several heroes became the members of the final jury. Sandra also received points for her loyalty to those in her coven, especially to her main ally, Courtney. Her mischievous strategy in this season didn't vary much from her strategy in her first win on "Survivor: Pearl Islands." By laying low and making strategic moves to keep herself in the game, she was able to grab the self proclaimed title of "Queen Survivor."