The "big move" fans -- and the castaways -- of "Survivor: Second Chance" have been waiting for for weeks finally came in episode 9 when Stephen engineered a shocking blindside and knocked Kelly Wiglesworth out of the game. It is safe to say the quiet Season 1 runner-up had no idea her head was the one on the chopping block until Jeff Probst read off the votes at tribal council. What did Kelly think of the big betrayal? She took to Twitter after to episode to let fans know. 

In her exit confessional to the cameras after episode 9's credits, Kelly lamented that she did not have the stomach to backstab and scheme the way the other castaways had. She said she did not regret leaving them to duke it out without her. In fact, Kelly tweeted -- in the third person, oddly enough -- that she was proud of her performance this season. 

Evidently, Kelly's mom was proud too.

Kelly's tweets echo her comments in the show's "Day After" Web series.

"It's hard when you play the first time and go really far -- everyone knows that. They aren't going to let you get that far again, but it felt good out there. I had fun," said Kelly. "It definitely was smart for my tribe to get rid of me when they did. I was a threat and they knew it. It was only a matter of time before they got together and got me out. That's the name of the game. You get out who you think is going to win."  

Kelly also said that battling perceptions of her from her first season -- in Borneo in 2000 -- was one of the most difficult parts of the game.

"People's perception of me from Season 1 was that I was a person who people were so upset that I didn't win -- that I made it that far and lost to Richard [Hatch]. So, [this season] of course she is going to win. Anyone would give it to her -- she's waited 15 years, she's tried this hard. I don't think there is anything I could have done to sway people's opinion of that."

Watch Kelly discuss her "Second Chance" season below:

What will the next big move in "Second Chance" be? Fans will have to wait to find out. "Survivor: Second Chance" airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.