'Survivor: San Juan del Sur' Winner Revealed

One castaway won the $1 million prize Wednesday night
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Jeff Probst

[Warning: Spoilers ahead if you haven't seen the finale of Survivor: San Juan del Sur — Blood vs. Water.]

One Survivor castaway is $1 million richer.

Natalie Anderson was named the winner of the 29th season in a live finale that aired Wednesday night on CBS. 

She competed alongside her twin sister Nadiya, who was the first castaway voted out this season. The duo previously competed twice on CBS' The Amazing Race but never won.

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Host Jeff Probst made the announcement in front of a studio audience. 

Probst also announced at the end of the reunion show that the next season will be called Survivor: Worlds Apart, and the castaways will be split into three tribes: white-collar, blue-collar and no collar. The 90-minute premiere will air Feb. 25, followed by The Amazing Race.

Heading into the three-hour finale, the final five castaways were Anderson, Keith Nale, Jaclyn Schultz and mother-daughter duo Missy Payne and Baylor Wilson.

Anderson, Schultz and Payne made it to the top three.  

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Click here for THR's interview with Anderson and the rest of the top five.

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