Are you going to reveal your profession on the island?
Look, if someone asks, I don't lie. I'm so honest. I'm so authentic where, if someone says to me, what brand of clothing do you wear, I won't be afraid to say, OK, I shop at Kmart. Even though the looks I'm going to get. I love my flannies. I love my trackies. I don't care, I'll rock out in the house with trackies and a flanny. Why should I change for someone? So, if someone asks, I will say, but I would explain to them, don't judge me for my job. I'm me. Please don't judge me for my job. You know?
How far are you prepared to go on camera, knowing that the whole country is watching?
I'm not going to have sex. That's a no. I am ... I spoke to Mum. I skyped her yesterday for like an hour. Because my mum and I are really close. But she's like, 'I do not want to see any sheets moving up and down. You need to keep your genitals in your pants.' I said, 'Mum, I know that.' Not matter what, that's one lady I'm always afraid of.
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