WHO: How do you feel about being out of the house? Were you surprised by the way things went down?
Yes, I was surprised. I was surprised by the things I went down, I was not expecting the decision made by the girls in the end. I feel right now, that I am relieved to be out of the villa, but I am sad to leave, as I didn’t find a love connection.
WHO: How would you sum up your time on the show? Would you do it again?
I would rate it a 10/10 experience, I have loved every moment of the ups and downs of the show, I have learnt so much about myself.
Would I do it again? I would most defiantly do it again 100%!
WHO: Are you looking forward to watching the show on TV? Is there anything you are worried about watching back?
Yes, I am looking forward to watching the show on TV, but no I am not worried about watching it back, honestly, I can’t wait to see how ridiculous I look on TV!
WHO: What was the best thing about living in the villa? Why will you miss it?
The best thing would be the friendships that have been made and the family that has been formed and have made over my time in there. The thing I will miss the most would be your ‘broship’ with the boys specifically Teddy and Grant.
WHO: Anything you found difficult about living in the villa? Why?
The most difficult thing I found is the fact that people were worried about what other people thought of them and not focusing on their own relationships.
WHO: Who from the house will you want to catch up with when you get back to Australia? What's so great about them?
There are a few people that I will 110% catch up with. Firstly, will be Elias because he is from Melbourne and he has helped me through my anxiety and he helped me stay relaxed.
Secondly, would be Teddy because I feel like he is my long-lost brother that I have been looking for.
Thirdly, Grant, because no matter what he says he always seems to put me in a happy mood.
Fourthly, Tayla – I have counselled Tayla in some ways to turn her negative mindset into a positive, I feel like she was the little sister I never had.
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?
I regret not getting to know Erin because she has such a bubbly personality with a lot of similar traits like myself, the reason why I didn’t connect with her in the villa was because of how sometimes she spent a lot of her time with Eden and he had a strong word in the villa.
WHO: What are you most looking forward to doing when you get back to Australia?
First thing I am going to do is wake up in my own bed, put on some Chris Brown, go to McDonalds and buy a caramel latte with toasted Banana Bread and head to my favourite café close to where I live and buy a protein smoothie.
WHO: Would you go on any other reality TV show? Why would you go on that show?
I would go on Geordie Shore because of how they are not trapped in a villa! I would even consider The Bachelor, as I am still yet to find a lucky lady to jump on the back of my Harley.
WHO: What is your message for Australia?
Never judge a book by its cover, even though some people might get characterised, so their potential has been blinded.
I want to say thanks to everyone for your support and for all the positive things you have gained from watching my TV experience. I hope everyone continues to see the glass half-full, not half empty.
Seeing I didn’t find love on the show, I am still looking for that girl, to chuck on a leather jacket, jump on the back of my Harley and ride off into the sunset (with a caramel latte).
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