London, UK – A former contestant from the first season of The Traitors has opened up about the reality of participating in the popular ITV show, shedding light on what happens after a contestant is “murdered” on the show.
Alex Gray, a memorable character from the first season, revealed her experience on the show to Cosmopolitan UK. She explained the behind-the-scenes process of being “banished” or “murdered,” and the anxiety that comes with waiting to see how the show will be edited and portrayed to the viewers.
Gray also shared her preparation for the show, including reading up on the psychology of lying. She expressed the difficulty of detecting lies and the challenge of trying to watch episodes of The Traitors Netherlands without subtitles. Furthermore, she praised the authenticity of the show, emphasizing that nothing was scripted or premeditated, and that the challenges were completely authentic.
The second season of The Traitors continues to gain attention, with its unique blend of deceit and morality. Hosted by Claudia Winkleman, the show features contestants vying for a prize of £120,000 as they navigate the dynamics of trust and betrayal in the Scottish Highlands.
Viewers of the show will now have a deeper understanding of the intricacies involved in the production and the psychological preparation undertaken by the contestants. The insights provided by Gray shed light on the behind-the-scenes experience, adding a new layer of intrigue to the reality competition.