'Survivor' Castaway Chris Noble Isn't Done Rapping (Exclusive)
By Jennifer Drysdale
Never let a tribal council diss stop you from following your rap dreams.
Chris Noble became the first member of the jury after being voted out on Wednesday's episode of Survivor: Ghost Island, but he's not too upset about it. The 27-year-old model may not have had much of a talent for winning Survivor, but he did entertain us with some raps -- no matter what Wendell had to say about it.
"I don't consider myself a rapper," he told ET over the phone on Thursday. "But don't be surprised if you see the Flow Bros, aka Sebastian and Chris, maybe create a video in the near future."
"I will not confirm or deny that we've already had talks, and are in the discussions of making something happen, but that might be something to take note," he continued. "The Flow Bros."
Chris dropped his first song shortly after Wednesday's episode aired, with Survivor posting his epic rap video shot at Ponderosa. It was a hilarious follow-up to Wendell's sh*t talking while casting his vote -- which Chris had no idea until he watched it with the rest of America.
"I think you can look at this in two scopes. You have two people battling. You have me, you have him," Chris said. "I went out with class, and the way he went out was on the opposite spectrum."
"I think it was not classy at all," he said, noting that he and Wendell had a great relationship after filming ended, but he wasn't warned about the harsh goodbye. "I hope whatever anger or resentment he had for me, I really wish him the best, and hope he grew from it. Because that was bad... Look, I'm not the kind of guy that needs an apology, but one man to another man, or from one contestant to another, it's probably the respectful thing to do."
Chris said he'll still think Wendell's rap was "awful" a year from now, but he couldn't have better things to say about his biggest onscreen rival, Domenick.
"I am so just humbled to have been a part of such a great rivalry, such a great episode. I was on the edge of my seat, and I already knew what was happening," he said. "[Our feud] was completely accurate, how it played out on TV. [We] did not like each other at all. It started from day one, it was intense. It got both of us off our game, because one of us had to go."
"Now, I love the guy to death. He's a great friend. He's a good husband, he's got a great wife. His family's awesome. He's a good father, and I'm blessed to share this rivalry with him, and we both can have a beer about it," Chris expressed.
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As for his failure to "reverse the curse" on JT's idol? Chris admits that, like JT, he was a bit too confident in his relationships, and didn't think he was going home.
"I came to win, not to play it safe and make it through three days, because I would've been the next one voted off," he explained. "So I wanted to make it another tribal where I actually had a vote and I could have a little bit more power with it."
While Chris thought he had Sebastian and Donathan on his side, the whole tribe was against him except for Desiree and Angela.
"I know I'm a guy that you're either going to love or hate," he said. "And last night's episode was, like, the apex."