“You were gorgeous in both though! Some people suck,” one wrote.
“You look beautiful,” another added.
“You were actually my #1 on the beauty and the geek! Broke my heart when you were eliminated 😩❤️😍,” another shared.
However, not everyone has been as supportive of Aimee’s journey, with some of her fellow Tasmanians expressing negativity towards her once she appeared on TV.
"There have been some really nasty comments from Tasmanians, about 800 negative comments about me,” she told our sister site, New Idea.
“People are just so jaded down here and their own lives. They don't like change and they don't like seeing their own on TV.”
But the experience also encouraged her to open up about her history with bullying. Taking to Instagram, Aimee explained that she was “once a geek”.
“I have always been bullied my whole life for either the way I look (my biggest insecurity being my nose) or my personality. Behind all the masking, I am still a person that has feelings,” she shared.
“Everyone is beautiful from within, it's not just your stereotype and people are wrong to think that way, so before you put someone down and say nasty words, think before you speak. Words do hurt.”
Backlash aside, the Beauty and the Geek audience was enamoured with Aimee, many of them loving her sense of humour.
“Aimee – thank you for listening to me and my random facts, and for making me laugh every single day. I am so glad I got to share this with you,” he captioned a photo of the pair after their elimination.
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