Amber donates her bikinis to a museum.

Amber donates her bikinis to a museum.
Survivor All Stars winner Amber Brkich has donated the bikinis she wore on the show to a Pennsylvania museum. The, um, Beaver Area Historical Museum in western Pennsylvania is the proud owner of “the bikinis she wore, a boomerang from an immunity challenge, a leather canteen and a blindfold,” the AP reports. They’re part of an exhibit on firefighting. Her objects’ presence is explained by a museum board member like this: “There are people making history right now in 2004, and Amber is certainly one of those.”

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