Cusack can be seen in the promotional video entitled Body of Work, which depicts the ten winners of the first ever "Body for Life Challenge" in 1997.
In her first season of Survivor, Cusack was the leader of a majority all-female voting bloc.
She attended Golden High School, and the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design (RMCAD) in Lakewood.
Set up two identical obstacle courses, and place bags containing puzzle pieces at the end of each course.
The object is for teams to run the obstacle course, one at a time, retrieving a bag of puzzle pieces and returning to the start, where the next person begins the obstacle course.
There are certain themes that tend to come up in the challenges from season to season, so try to incorporate some of these into your contestants are divided into two or three tribes to start things off.
These ideas include games for team play as well as individual competition.
Since then, her mother has conducted seminars in high schools about the consequences of drinking and driving. I was very much in love with Crissy, but things just didn't work out between us.
Cusack's Survivor: Vanuatu bio states she was dating a woman named Crissy. However, in an interview, Cusack stated "I'm not gay. I still love her, and she's my closest friend today." In a 2008 interview with After Ellen, Cusack also said: "Oh gosh, I don't know.
She originally competed on Survivor: Cook Islands and later on Survivor: Heroes vs. Her character as a manipulative flirt was first established in Cook Islands, in which she was widely perceived as the main antagonist.
She was part of the Raro Alliance, but after Jonathan Penner flipped she was relegated to the minority status.
Once all team members have brought back a bag, the bags can be opened and the puzzle must be completed.
The first team to complete the puzzle correctly wins.
I don't know if I would put a specific label on any of it. In the mid-late 1990s Cusack appeared regularly as a model in photospreads and on covers for Muscle Media 2000, the muscle magazine published by her then-fiancé Bill Phillips.