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"I was pretty sure the center of the universe was me," says Probst, 46, sitting on a patio atop the Mark Burnett Productions headquarters. ET/PT), Probst says being exposed over the last 16 editions to tribal warriors and village children, some of whom "live in shacks made of elephant dung," has opened his eyes.

Jeff Probst has been dating Julie Berry, who was a contestant on Survivor: Vanuatu - Islands of Fire, since 2004.

So far, Probst says that the romance is going well and calls her the "love of my life."Probst once told People magazine "I'm in love. I'm with her family, and there ain't no turning back."Rumors that the couple were dating started in the Fall of 2004, and it was after the broadcast of Survivor Vanuatu that the rumor mill started to pick up.

"But the truth is when something like this gets dropped in your lap, you don't look at how it's wrapped, you don't look at how it's being delivered.

As ‘Survivor’ host, Jeff Probst has spent 17 years and 34 seasons mediating contestant drama during Tribal Council, now he’s translating that to relationship disputes! WATCH: Jeff Probst Reveals What He Packs to Film ‘Survivor’ in the Jungle How Should We Decide Where to Live?

Danielle is from Queens, John is from Brooklyn and they both live with their parents.

They want to move in together, but both want to live close to their own family.

Amy and Ryan recently moved in together but it drives Amy crazy when Ryan leaves stuff lying around, and Ryan gets annoyed when Amy puts his things away and he can’t find them.

Jeff’s (simple but effective) advice: “Is there any way you could just have a super cool bowl and put your stuff in it?

Jeff Probst is a four-time Emmy Award winner for "Outstanding Reality Host." He has traveled the world serving as both host and executive producer for “Survivor.” Also, he received an Emmy in 2001 when the show won the first-ever "Outstanding Non-Fiction Program (Special Class)." Probst is a New York Times best-selling author of a kid’s adventure series, STRANDED. In 2002, he wrote and directed "Finder's Fee," starring Ryan Reynolds, James Earl Jones, Robert Forster and Matthew Lillard.