David Murphy proposes on "Survivor: Redemption Island"

David Murphy performing in "Survivor: Redemption Island" challenges
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David Murphy performing in "Survivor: Redemption Island" challenges.

(CBS) For the second time in its 22 seasons, "Survivor" has an on-air marriage proposal to celebrate.

California defense attorney David Murphy, who was ousted midway through "Survivor: Redemption Island" to become the first member of the jury, proposed to Carolina Eastwood, a veteran of "Survivor: Tocantins," at Sunday's live reunion show in New York.

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Murphy told host Jeff Probst that he and Eastwood met right after filming of the current season wrapped up and the two have been dating ever since.

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With some pointed prompting from Probst, Murphy leaped from the stage, went into the audience, where Eastwood was sitting, knelt in the aisle, popped out a ring box and proposed.

A surprised Eastwood did much sobbing and screaming before she finally responded: "Shut the flippin' front door ... yes, yes, oh my God, yes."

Interestingly, the first on-air proposal came during the live reunion show for "All-Stars," when "Boston" Rob Mariano, who won this season's game, proposed to "All-Stars" winner Amber Brkich. They married the next year and now have two daughters.