She took out the title of sole survivor on this year’s Australian Survivor, enduring weeks of brutal challenges and devious tactics from her fellow competitors (not to mention her own sneaky moves).
And Pia Miranda couldn’t be more thrilled with her win and $500,000 prize money.
And despite insisting she would never do another reality TV show again, in an interview with The Project panel on Wednesday night, the Looking for Alibrandi star gave an interesting answer when probed on the subject.
WATCH: The moment Pia Miranda wins Survivor Australia 2019
"Just before we finish, I have to ask, are you on All-Stars?” Waleed Aly questioned, referring to the upcoming spin-off Australian Survivor series that will see previous winners compete against each other.
Pausing to think, Pia carefully answered: “You know what…I’m happy to watch that one from the couch.”
‘Yeah, but are you on it?” Waleed shot back, realising she hadn’t really answered the question.
“No, I’m not going to go on it…but I would never say never to doing Survivor again,” cam Pia’s final answer.
Earlier on in the interview, the Aussie actress discussed the backlash she received after voting fan-favourite, Luke Toki out on Monday night’s show.
The 46-year-old had nothing but praise for the father-of-three and commended the fan-led GoFundMe page that has raised more than $500,000 for him and his family.
"The thing about Luke, he captured everyone's hearts, because he's such an incredible guy, an incredible player," she said.
"He was one of my best friends out there. And so, I really feel like there were two winners of Survivor this year."
Speaking about her shock decision to vote Luke out, Pia explained that all the competitors knew what they were getting into when they signed up for the show.
"I mean I think within the context of the game, we all know that is what we sign up for and we just go for it and we have fun,' she said.
"We lie and we turn on each other, but we are all friends at the end of the day because we just... [get on with it]."