Kelley & Chip Bromley
Who were you expecting to be your toughest competitor? Did that hold true?
Kelley: Justin and David, the two brothers, and yes it held true. They were talking a really big game and they were huge.
Chip: I at first expected Mitch and Jennifer to be our toughest competition and I think it held true, but at the same time David and Justin were our toughest competitors physically while Mitch and Jennifer were our toughest competitors mentally.
What stunt was the most challenging for you and why?
Kelley: The underwater stunt because I am really afraid of drowning. It was a lot harder than I thought it was going to be but there was no way I was coming up for air because I saw Jenny do so and understood the consequences.
Chip: The final stunt was the most challenging because Mitch and Jennifer had scored such a great time. The pressure was on.
Did you have any phobias going into the competition?
Kelley: I wouldn't call them phobias but I am really afraid of spiders and really afraid of drowning and so I hit the two big ones on the show.
Chip: Yeah. My two biggest phobias were drowning and spiders and Fear Factor hit them both.
Other than winning, what was the best part about your Fear Factor experience?
Kelley: Hanging out with the other people on the cast. Jenny and Mitch were my favorite.
Chip: My best part about the whole experience was getting to do this with my sister, we have always been so close and this experience wouldn't have been the same without her.
What will you do with the $50,000?
Kelley: We are going to take a big trip with a bunch of our friends and I have not decided what to do with the rest.
Chip: There is a couple of things we have thought about. We have thought about traveling and putting a down payment on a vacation home for the two of us.
Did having a partner encourage you or make you nervous because you had to depend on someone?
Kelley: It totally encouraged me. I don't know if I could have done this if I were there by myself.
Chip: It encouraged me because my sister and I used one another to make our team stronger and if we were nervous we would have faltered and not succeeded.