Will It Go Round (also known as We Will Go Round) is a recurring challenge on Survivor.
Using centrifugal force, castaways must keep a ball spinning within a wheel as they stand on individual balance beams. At regular intervals, the castaways will be made to step forward onto narrower parts of the beam. If at any point the ball drops or they fall off their beam, the castaway loses the challenge. The last castaway standing wins.
The challenge first appeared as the first individual Immunity Challenge in Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers, with it coming down to Ashley Nolan and Desi Williams. After over 38 minutes, both women were required to move to the lowest part of the beam. Ashley fell while making the transition, giving immunity to Desi.
In Island of the Idols, the Lumuwaku tribe was divided into two teams, one of five and one of six, for a Double Elimination that evening. The last person standing on both teams would win immunity, and the last person standing overall would win reward for their team, as well as the right to vote second. Noura Salman beat out Dean Kowalski to win immunity on the purple team, but immediately stepped down afterwards, giving reward to the orange team. Elaine Stott then outlasted Missy Byrd to win immunity on the orange team.
|Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers
"Get to Gettin'"
|Island of the Idols
"Two for the Price of One"
Elaine, Elizabeth, Karishma, Missy, & Tommy
- This challenge is adapted from a challenge that had appeared in two seasons of the Network Ten incarnation of Australian Survivor.
- Tommy Sheehan is the only man to win this challenge.
- This challenge was shown in the tenth episode of Winners at War as a decoy for the Loved Ones Challenge, but was ultimately unused at the time.