Jake’s Take’s Podcast – Reality TV star Jay Starrett Visits!

By: Jacob Elyachar, jakes-take.com

It is a pleasure to welcome Jay Starrett to The Jake’s Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast! 

Jay Starrett became a household name when he debuted Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X. Throughout the 36 days he was in the game, Jay won 10 challenges, orchestrated Michaela Bradshaw’s blindside, and built a powerful bond with the show’s eventual winner Adam Klein. However, he exited the game in sixth place once he mistakenly played a fake idol created by David Wright.

In 2018, Jay made his MTV debut on Ex on the Beach 2, where he showed up as one of the exes of Big Brother: Over the Top winner Morgan Willett. While the duo tried to work on their differences, Jay and Morgan broke up.

Two years later, Jay made history as the first competitor from the Survivor USA franchise to compete on The Challenge. Jay Starrett’s debut on The Challenge: Total Madness saw him compete in three purgatory games. After defeating fellow rookie Asaf Goren and show icon Chris “CT” Tamburello, he won two red skulls. Sadly, he was eliminated from the season after being medically disqualified from the “Fire Ball’ challenge due to showing signs of a concussion. 

Recently, Jay returned to The Challenge for the Double Agents season. He partnered with Teresa Jones, who made her return to the franchise after a five-year absence. The duo won the mini-final challenge: Smuggle Run and won $6,000 each. As the Double Agents, they were also able to take out two-time champion Ashley Mitchell successfully. Unfortunately, The Challenge house targeted the duo because of that game move, and eventually, Jay was sent out of the season by retiring fan-favorite Leroy Garrett in the Fire Escape elimination game. 

In this edition of The Jake’s Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, Jay Starrett spoke about his experiences on Survivor, Ex on the Beach, and The Challenge. He also shared the origin story of the Stay Loco lifestyle brand.

For more information about Jay Starrett, visit his website!

You can also connect with Jay on social media. Visit his Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, & YouTube channels.

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