In All-Stars, Jenna became one of the vocal advocates for the ouster of the former winners. She was also the de facto strategist of Saboga during their losing streak. However, after she moved over to Chapera, she lost her power and aligned with power couple Amber Brkich and Rob Mariano with her ally Rupert Boneham. At the final four, she decided to turn on Rupert in order to prevent a rock draw tiebreaker, putting her in the minority going into the Final Immunity Challenge. Jenna would lose the challenge and be voted out by Rob the night before the Final Tribal Council due to Rob's relationship with Amber.
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Jenna currently attends classes at New Hampshire Technical Institute. Previous occupations include work as an insurance claims analyst, daycare worker and waitress.
Jenna describes herself as energetic, competent and athletic. Her favorite sports are football and track & field - she'll add basketball to this list only if she's playing. Her favorite television show is "Ally McBeal" and her favorite feature film is "Austin Powers." Her musical tastes run the gamut of teen pop to hard rock to rap.
A perfect day for Jenna begins with an early hike up Mt. Cardigan before going for a swim. She would then take her daughters to the playground, followed by a raucous game of paintball with six of her close friends. At night, she'd go dancing.
Jenna currently resides in Franklin, New Hampshire with her twin daughters, Sadie and Sabrina. Her birth date is July 16, 1977.
Since finishing eighth on Survivor: Borneo, Jenna Lewis has made numerous television appearances, including hosting VH1's "Rock Across America" and appearing in a recurring role in "Nash Bridges" on CBS. She has also made various appearances for charities and non-profit organizations.
Originally from Franklin, New Hampshire, Jenna is an aspiring actress/host and currently lives in Burbank, California, with her twin daughters, Sadie and Sabrina.
Jenna describes herself as energetic, competent and athletic. Her favorite sports are football and basketball, which she loves to play. Her favorite television shows are "Nip/Tuck" and "Scrubs," and her favorite feature film is "Fight Club." Her musical tastes run the gamut from The Doors to Eminem.
A perfect day for Jenna begins with an early hike up Runyon Canyon before going for a swim. She would then take her daughters to the playground and out for fondue, followed by a raucous game of paintball with six of her close friends. At night, she'd go dancing.
Jenna is currently single. Her birth date is July 16, 1977.
Jenna made her first appearance during Survivor: Borneo, where she was on the Pagong tribe. Although she annoyed some of her tribemates with her constant talking, she never really faced any danger during the pre-merge portion of the game. She helped vote out B.B. Andersen for his abrasive attitude at Pagong's first Tribal Council on Day 6.
Jenna formed a strong friendship with Ramona Gray, who described Jenna as her only 'white' friend. Ramona was a target though because she had been sick since the game began. After Pagong lost another Immunity Challenge on Day 12, Jenna voted out her friend at Tribal Council. Days later, Gervase Peterson made a comment around the campfire, saying that girls were the stupidest thing on the planet next to cows. This annoyed all of the female tribe members, although Joel Klug was blamed for the comment and was subsequently voted out.
Jenna was selected as the representative of Pagong to meet with Tagi's representative, Sean Kenniff, at a summit off the coast of Pagong's beach. The two were tasked with selecting a name for the merged tribe, as well as designing a tribe flag. Jenna came up with the name of Rattan, and Sean added an a to the end, making the tribe name Rattana. Throughout the night, the two joked that the summit was set up to be romantic, although there were no romantic feelings between the two.
After returning from the summit, Jenna told Pagong that they had two minutes to gather their personal items as they were moving to the Tagi tribe for the rest of the game. After the merge, the ex-Pagong tribe members decide to vote out of conscience, not employing any strategy. Jenna cast her vote against Gervase saying, "Moo" (referring to his "girls dumber than cows" comment), but the ex-Tagi members stuck together and voted out Pagong's leader Gretchen Cordy.
Jenna was shocked by Gretchen's elimination and quickly became suspicious of an alliance forming between the ex-Tagi members. During the Reward Challenge on Day 23, the final nine castaways were supposed to receive videos from home, which they would compete to get to watch. Jenna was eager to see her daughters, whom she had been missing recently. Host Jeff Probst, however, announced that her tape did not make it in time for the challenge, leaving a very distraught Jenna. Even though she did not receive a video, if she won the challenge, she would be able to send a video to her daughters. Greg won the challenge, making Jenna even sadder. After Jenna lost the archery challenge, she continuously shot arrows closest to the target while the rest of the tribe watched Greg's video from home.
Jenna expected to be voted out at the next Tribal Council. However, she was spared when the Tagi Alliance voted out Greg instead. On Day 25, after Richard Hatch decided to stop catching fish, Jenna, Colleen Haskell, Susan Hawk, and Kelly Wiglesworth went fishing instead. The women were elated when they caught a fish, saying that they no longer needed Richard to fish for them. Colleen won the Day 26 Reward Challenge and chose to bring Jenna along with her to the barbecue. Part of the reward was receiving letters from home, which made Jenna extremely happy. While enjoying the barbecue, Jenna and Colleen discussed the past few votes in which the person who was voted out had always received four votes against them. The two decided to form a counter-alliance, naming it the Barbecue Alliance. They asked Gervase and Sean to join them. Gervase joined them immediately, while Sean wanted to stick to his alphabet voting strategy, saying that if he thought his vote was going to influence the decision at Tribal Council, he would vote with them. At Tribal Council, Sean's voting strategy ended up being Jenna's downfall, as the Tagi Alliance piggybacked off his vote and eliminated Jenna. Jenna placed eighth and became the second member of the jury. After her elimination, Jenna finally got her video from home.
|Jenna's Voting History|
| Voted Against|
|1||Pagong Tribe Immune|
|3||Pagong Tribe Immune|
|5||Pagong Tribe Immune|
|9||Richard|| Richard, Rudy,|
|Voted Out, Day 27|
| Voted for|
Jenna returned as an all-star in Survivor's eighth season Survivor: All-Stars. She was placed on the Saboga tribe with fellow Borneo contestant Rudy Boesch. Originally, she formed an alliance with tribe mates Rupert Boneham, Jerri Manthey, and Rudy to target former winners Tina Wesson and Ethan Zohn. After Saboga lost the first Immunity Challenge, her alliance succeeded in voting out Tina. When Saboga continued their losing streak, Jenna targeted alliance member Rudy for his old age and an injured foot. Everyone joined the plan but Rupert, who had grown to see Rudy as a father figure. Jenna lived the next few days in safety, with Mogo Mogo's Jenna Morasca quitting on Day 9 and Saboga winning their first Immunity Challenge on Day 12.
At the Day 13 Reward Challenge, it was revealed that the last tribe to finish would be dissolved, with the remaining members being spread throughout the remaining tribes. Saboga came in last place and was dissolved. Jerri and Ethan were sent to Mogo Mogo, while Jenna and Rupert were sent to Chapera. Upon joining Chapera, Jenna and Rupert quickly joined Rob Mariano's majority alliance. Jenna lived the rest of the pre-merge stage of the game in safety, never having to visit Tribal Council due to Sue Hawk quitting on Day 17 and Chapera dominating the rest of the Immunity Challenges. A surprise Tribe Switch on Day 23 sent the entire Chapera tribe, with the exception of Amber Brkich, to Mogo Mogo. The new Mogo Mogo tribe won the next Immunity Challenge, ensuring all of its members would make the merge.
Upon merging, Jenna stuck with Rob's alliance and voted out Mogo Mogo Alliance members Lex van den Berghe and Kathy Vavrick-O'Brien. When the last remaining original Mogo Mogo member, Shii Ann Huang, won immunity, Jenna voted with Rob in blindsiding Alicia Calaway. When Shii Ann failed to win the next immunity, Jenna and the rest of the tribe voted her out. At the final five, Tom Buchanan became the swing vote between Jenna's alliance with Rupert and Rob's alliance with Amber. Not wanting to lose his alliance, Rob convinced the other four castaways to blindside Tom.
When Amber won the final four Immunity Challenge, Jenna became the crucial swing vote between her original alliance with Rupert or her newer alliance with Rob. Not willing to put her fate in the hands of rocks, she betrayed her former ally and Rupert was sent packing. After losing the Final Immunity Challenge, Jenna was left at the mercy of Rob. Unfortunately for Jenna, Rob's alliance with Amber was stronger than his alliance with Jenna, and she was voted out, just short of the Final Tribal Council.
At the Final Tribal Council, Jenna congratulated the finalists and asked what they would do with the money if they won. Rob claimed he would use the money for a basketball college scholarship fund. Amber said she would use the money to fund a charity for muscular dystrophy. Jenna respected Rob's aggressive gameplay over Amber's, so she voted for him to win.
|Jenna L.'s Voting History|
|Episode|| Jenna L.'s|
| Voted Against|
|3||No Tribal Council|
|4||Saboga Tribe Immune|
|5||Chapera Tribe Immune|
|6||No Tribal Council|
|7||Chapera Tribe Immune|
|8||Chapera Tribe Immune|
|10||Mogo Mogo Tribe Immune|
|Voted Out, Day 38|
| Voted for|
- Jenna, along with Borneo castmates Gervase Peterson, Kelly Wiglesworth, and Rudy Boesch, appeared in a parody of Three's Company. Jenna played Chrissy.
- Jenna appeared in the music video for the song Without Me by Eminem along with former Survivor: Africa castaway Lindsey Richter.
- Jenna starred as Kristin in the 2005 TV Movie, The Scorned.
- Sometime after appearing on All-Stars, Jenna got remarried and now goes by the name Jenna Lewis-Dougherty. She also has two more children from her second marriage, a son and daughter.
- Sometime after All-Stars, a 42-minute sex video featured Jenna and then-husband Travis Wolfe in a Las Vegas hotel room circulated across the internet. It was originally reported that Jenna and Wolfe made the sex video purely for their own private use and that it was accidentally leaked onto the Internet. In interviews, Jenna even talked about the embarrassment she said she felt at the prospect of anybody being able to see her naked and performing sexual acts. However, this came into question as reports appeared suggesting that Jenna deliberately made and released the sex tape in order to increase her fame and make money from it. In some interviews, Jenna even mentioned how people could buy the video, arousing further suspicion. In December 2004, the New York Daily News reported that she, her husband and her manager were the people behind the website, selling the video, and were receiving 70 percent of the sales profits.
- Jenna currently works as a real estate agent for realtor.com in California.
- Jenna was the youngest contestant on Borneo.
- Jenna was the first contestant from New Hampshire.
- Jenna's luxury item in Borneo was a journal.
- Jenna was the only contestant on Borneo to not receive a video from home. She was able to watch hers only after her elimination.
- Jenna was the first female to be voted out and be a member of the jury.
- Jenna was the last victim of Sean Kenniff's alphabet strategy; he never voted for Kelly Wiglesworth.
- Jenna accumulated the most votes against her in Borneo, with 11.
- Both times Jenna played, she started on a yellow tribe.
- Jenna, Jerri Manthey, and Rupert Boneham are the first castaways to be a member of three different tribes before the merge. They were followed by Andrew Savage in Survivor: Cambodia, Cirie Fields in Survivor: Game Changers, and Laurel Johnson and Sebastian Noel in Survivor: Ghost Island.
- Jenna, Rupert, Andrew, Cirie, Sebastian, and Laurel are the only castaways to be a member of four tribes within a single season.
- Jenna Lewis is the only castaway to have their family member disqualified during the Loved Ones Challenge. Jenna's brother, Jai, drank some of his water while he was still eating his dish (a tarantula). He was disqualified because the rules stated that a contestant could drink water only once they finished eating.
- In All-Stars, Jenna became the first person to be the sixteenth person permanently eliminated from a season.
- Both times Jenna played, she voted for the eventual runner-up to win the season.
- Jenna was the only contestant from Borneo to make the merge on All-Stars.
|Survivor: Borneo Castaways|
|Survivor: All-Stars Castaways|