After 39 days in the Brazilian wilderness of Tocantins, cattle rancher James “JT” Thomas, Jr., 24, from Samson, Ala., won the finale of Survivor: Tocantins. He beat out New York City corporate consultant Stephen Fishbach, 29, with whom he'd had a close alliance. JT, only the second Survivor to win by a unanimous vote, claimed the $1 million prize and the title of sole Survivor from host Jeff Probst (pictured). He'd better remember to pay his taxes–Richard Hatch, the first Survivor, was just released from prison last week for failing to pay taxes on his winnings. (Photo: WENN)