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Dalton Ross: Nadiya, Natalie, you guys did
The Amazing Race twice. There have been other
people who've done both shows. How do you think
this experience is going to be compared to that in
terms of difficulty?
Natalie: I think this is taking away the
human basics and the things that we yearn the most,
comfort and warmth and food. You're taking the
Nadiya: One of the things on The Amazing Race
is that I get to be with Natalie the entire time.
Natalie: If we make mistakes we deal with it
together. There's always someone sharing that
burden and that suffering with you. Here you are
kind of solo the whole time.
Dalton: Which Survivor player do you think
Natalie is most like? What is her game gonna
Nadiya: I think Natalie is going to be a
combination of several things. I see her being a
little bit like Parvati. She's not going to get
down. She'll always have a smile on her face,
laughing it up. I think she's athletic enough,
she can win challenges, maybe like Woo. We're
from the city, New York and we've grown up in an
island like Sri Lanka so we have a lot of different
assets to us. We're laid back but at the same,
we're kind of go, go, go. So, maybe a little bit
Dalton: So what about your sister? What
players is she like?
Natalie: Rupert! <laughter>
In The Amazing Race, all the building challenges, I'd
be like, "Nadiya, it's all you." She's
like a dude when it comes to IKEA stuff, putting
together things. She's very hands on.
She's also like very motherly. She's be like
trying to make people eat or take care of
people. So, like Monica, maybe. Like a
combination of Monica and Rupert.
Natalie: Rupert! Yeah!
Dalton: What is the one thing about this
experience that you know is going to be really
hard. Very physically taxing. What's the
one thing you're really not looking forward to?
Nadiya: Not shaving. We're brown girls
and our hair grows so fast.
Natalie: In one day, I'll just literally be
like a dude.
Nadiya: I'll also miss Instagram.