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Australian Survivor: Heroes v Villains trailer shows footy star Shaun Hampson taking on pint-sized ‘villain’ Stevie Khouw

Fan favourite Shaun Hampson will make his return to Australian Survivor on January 30 in the new Heroes v Villains season.

And a trailer for the Channel 10 reality show reveals the former AFL star, 34, may have met his match in independent politician ‘Sneaky’ Stevie Khouw.

‘No more Mr Nice Guy,’ pint-sized Stevie, 62, tells Shaun in the promo, as the pair go head-to-head in a fierce-looking surf challenge.

Fan favourite Shaun Hampson (pictured) will make his return to Australian Survivor on January 30 in the new Heroes v Villains season

Fan favourite Shaun Hampson (pictured) will make his return to Australian Survivor on January 30 in the new Heroes v Villains season 

The preview begins with Shaun baring his ripped torso while performing a series of athletic tasks with ease.

‘Shaun is an unstoppable challenge beast,’ the voice-over announces.

Later, a shirtless Shaun, who is in the Heroes tribe this season, is seen facing off with ‘villain’ Stevie in a surfing challenge.

Observing that Stevie only measures as high as the footy player’s chest in height, host Jonathan LaPaglia jokes: ‘This seems to be the match-up of the season here.’

Stevie, wearing black-rimmed spectacles and a red muscle T-shirt then points to Shaun and tells him: ‘No more Mr Nice Guy.’

The trailer ends with Stevie warning the castaways: ‘I have a game plan – they don’t what will hit them.’

Both of the contestants are veteran castaways who appeared on the Champions v Contenders season.

The preview begins with Shaun baring his heavily ripped torso while performing exercises

The preview begins with Shaun baring his heavily ripped torso while performing exercises

It comes after host Jonathan revealed that filming Australian Survivor: Heroes v Villains proved to be a gruelling experience.

He told The Daily Telegraph the production was impacted by food poisoning and Covid-19.

Shifting the filming location from the Australian Outback to Samoa also brought challenges caused by the elements.

Later, a shirtless Shaun, who is in the Heroes tribe this season, is seen facing off with 'villain' Stevie in a surfing challenge

Later, a shirtless Shaun, who is in the Heroes tribe this season, is seen facing off with ‘villain’ Stevie in a surfing challenge 

With a new ‘Heroes v Villains’ theme this year, past contestants collide with new ones as ‘good’ takes on ‘evil’. 

LaPaglia believes all of the returning contestants were taking a huge risk given the fast-paced nature of the competition.

Some of the high-profile names taking part include actress Sharni Vinson, former Miss World Australia Sarah Marschke, and author Benjamin Law.

Australian Survivor: Heroes v Villains starts Monday, January 30, on Channel 10 and 10Play 

Stevie warns the castaways: 'I have a game plan - they don't what will hit them'

Stevie warns the castaways: ‘I have a game plan – they don’t what will hit them’ 

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