Probst turns to Sugar and says she was one of the more popular contestants this season. He then gives the audience some time to applaud her and her some time to bask in it. She says a lot of people talk to her on the street, often to thank her for Cookiegate. And people have apparently been blogging about seeing her driving around in her car, which is easy to identify now that they showed most of her license plate on the recap show. Here's a tip: if seeing a Survivor contestant on the street is so exciting to you that it makes it onto your blog, you're probably way too boring to have a blog in the first place. Then again, I put pictures of hummingbirds and my mean old lady neighbor up on my blog, so I should probably shut up. Probst takes this to mean that Sugar is a "superstar" who can't leave her house, which isn't what she said. Sugar says she just has to make sure she's wearing make-up at all times. Right, because it's not like fans of this show ever saw you without make-up on. Except for the entire season. Probst disbelievingly says he's impressed that just from being on Survivor, Sugar now needs her own paparazzi guards. Not what she said, but whatever.
Probst asks Sugar what it was like for her to do an emotionally taxing show like this while still mourning the recent loss of her father. Uh ... bad? I think that was pretty clearly established throughout the season. Sugar takes this chance to get in a little dig at Corinne, saying "anybody who has a heart" would see that she was a bit of an emotional wreck during her time on the show because of her father's death. She tells us that she doesn't cry every day now and she's gotten better since she left Gabon, and credits her fellow contestants for making her stronger.