WHO caught up with Love Island's latest evictee, Francoise and she revealed exactly what went down when she was eliminated and confirms she's definitely keen to head back into reality TV!
WHO: How do you feel about being out of the house? Were you surprised by the way things went down?
I am pretty devastated that I am out at this stage, I don’t think I got to fully experience the whole Love Island journey with that special someone else. I feel like this week was going to be my week if someone was to come into the villa - but it was cut short. I feel like it might be ‘my guy’ to walk into the villa next. I was not ready to go just yet, as I didn’t get to end my chapter, it was ended for me.
Yes, I was surprised, I wasn’t expecting it, I felt safe when I shouldn’t have and it came down to a hard decision by Dom regarding Mac and myself. I could have played the game to confirm my position, but that’s not in my nature.
WHO: How would you sum up your time on the show? Would you do it again?
It was an emotional rollercoaster, laughs, tears, tantrums, wild crazy unforgettable experience, something that I would never have dreamed of but would absolutely do it all over again!
WHO: Are you looking forward to watching the show on TV? Is there anything you are worried about watching back?
I think I might give it a bit of a rest before I jump into watching it, but I am not worried about watching it because I was myself, genuine and honest.
WHO: What was the best thing about living in the villa? Why will you miss it?
I think the simple thing of waking up next to my new family every day, whether it was laughs or tears, it was just a life-changing experience that one grows from.
WHO: Anything you found difficult about living in the villa? Why?
Being confirmed with the same people 24/7 was a challenge. Sometimes I can be a bit of an introvert and I like my own space and there is no privacy. The lack of intellectual stimulation was also difficult for me.
WHO: Who from the villa will you want to catch up with when you get back to Australia? What's so great about them?
Everyone. All the people from Melbourne will defiantly catch up and because there were so many from Sydney and Melbourne, there will be family reunions all the time. I know I will see everyone.
WHO: Which member of the opposite sex do you regret not getting to know better? What is so special about them and will you try and meet up with them once they get out?
Elias and I got to know each other as best we could before he got out and I know we will catch up.
WHO: What are you most looking forward to doing when you get back to Australia?
Being able to be independent, eat when you want, not wearing makeup – just do your own thing when you want to. Since I didn’t get to meet my ‘man’ in the villa, I hope he is back home and I am ready to meet him.
WHO: Would you go on any other reality TV show? Why would you go on that show?
It depends on what show it is, I guess. This experience has not put me off it, at all. I have learnt a lot and I would do it all again, it just depends on what the show might be.
WHO: What is your message for Australia?
I’M STILL SINGLE, VOTE ME BACK IN THE VILLA!
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