The King Of The Jungle is back, baby!
Survivor fan favourite Luke Toki is set to return to our screens as the host of the new Australian Survivor All Stars season. So. Much. Yes!
Following on from the success of Luke’s return in 2019, the father-of-three will host a digital and social media show for the popular series.
Network 10 confirmed the news at their Upfronts in Sydney on Thursday, where they revealed all the exciting details about Survivor’s new seasons, including eight of the returning contestants and a premiere date of February 2020. Later in the year, a second season will air in the regular time slot.
Luke came in fourth during the last season of Survivor, meaning he missed out on the $500,000 prize money. However, his eviction saw an outpouring of support from fans who rallied together and raised $550,000 on a GoFundMe page.
Appearing on The Project last month, Luke said: ‘It’s extremely humbling,’ he told the hosts, before saying: ‘Much love to everyone that’s donated.’
In earlier episodes, the FIFO worker revealed he planned to use the money for his family including his two sons, Lennox and Nate, who are on the autism spectrum.
He has a daughter, Madeline, was born with cystic fibrosis along with along with intestinal atresia (a blockage or obstruction in the intestine).
Luke said he will use the money to pay off their family home’s mortgage and his children’s ongoing medical bills.