Duncan finished ninth overall and was the fourth member of the jury, where she was later one of the six jury members who voted for Sophie Clarke to win the season.Several years later, in the official issue of CBS Watch magazine commemorating the 15th anniversary of Survivor, Duncan was voted by viewers as the fifth most attractive female contestant in Survivor history.In 2016, Duncan founded the band Post Monroe with Ashlee Hewitt and Shelby Mc Leod but in late 2017 the band became a duo after Shelby departed the group.Beginning September 2011, Duncan appeared as a contestant on the CBS reality television series, Survivor: South Pacific, as part of the Savaii tribe. At the urging of Rice, Duncan cooperated in the elimination of Umemoto to limit Lusth's power.Duncan was born on August 3, 1984 in Scotts Hill, Tennessee, a town consisting of only 900 people.Her father is a state environmentalist and her mother is a schoolteacher. Duncan began singing at her church, later performing in local talent shows, fairs, and festivals.Later, at a red carpet event at DVF, Whitney met Chris, a coworker who boldly asked her to lunch in front of Olivia and their boss Alixe.A giggling Whitney accepted the offer but after their date, she quickly realized they had no chemistry.
She sang and co-wrote "So Sorry Mama" with John Shanks and Gordie Sampson.
She finished as the fifth place finalist on the fifth season of Nashville Star.
She has released one studio album and has charted on the U. Hot Country Songs chart with "When I Said I Would" and "Skinny Dippin'," as well as a Christmas single and guest appearance on a Kenny Rogers single which was released before her Nashville Star appearance.
"So Sorry Mama" was also on her Right Road Now CD released on Warner Brothers in 2010.
Duncan released a new single called "That's How You Make Love" on July 31, 2012.
In her senior year of high school, Duncan signed a recording contract with a label, cutting a few sides she had written.