She was eliminated from the competition last night, and Australian Survivor’s Daisy Richardson has revealed the worst part about being banished to Exile Beach.
Speaking to Ten Daily, the 24-year-old travel agent revealed her three-day stay before heading to Jury Villa coincided with a terrifying tropical storm.
WATCH: Survivor's Daisy reveals the worst part of her time on Exile beach
"The episode didn’t even scratch the surface but I literally had the worst weather in 'Australian Survivor' history while I was on Exile," Daisy explained.
The country girl had to endure thunder, lightning, gale-force winds and rain that latest for six hours.
"I was just soaked to the core. My shelter held up for about an hour and a half and then, I was kind of laughing my way through it. I thought, ‘Okay, it’s a tropical storm, this is Fiji, things will pass’.
"And then it didn’t at all. It was crazy. It was absolutely crazy."
"I had no dry materials. It literally took me from sun up to sun down to get a fire started. So I was pretty emotional, I think I had a mini panic attack at one point."
And despite having a camera man filming her, he wasn’t exactly great company!
"They’re standing under an umbrella in a raincoat just observing you pretty much, they can’t talk to you or help you.
"And everyone says, ‘Oh there’s a camera crew around you’, but I would argue that that makes you feel more isolated because they’re literally there observing you like you’re in a zoo."