Herald Sun - Switched On - - On The Couch - BY COLIN VICK­ERY

I am­at­tracted to the wrong guys — blokes that are into mo­tor­bikes and the Grand Prix. They’re not the most hon­est, loyal men in the world. I guess that’s where it gets me into trou­ble. I’m try­ing to avoid them now. I think, ‘Don’t go down this path again’. I want to be the only one, not an­other one.

Do you feel peo­ple judge you be­cause of your looks?

Peo­ple look at me and judge me for my ap­pear­ance, whether that’s my tat­toos or fake boobs. I’m con­fi­dent but I’m never ar­ro­gant. My fam­ily has taught me, ‘You are who you are, and be proud of it’. It up­sets me that I get a lot of peo­ple who are jeal­ous of me or start hat­ing me for no rea­son.

Why­did you get the tat­toos?

To me, tat­toos are artis­tic. Mine are all mean­ing­ful to me. I have a tat­too of my grand­par­ents’ ini­tials. When­ever I’m down, I look at it and in­stantly feel their love. I have an­other one in Ital­ian that says ‘Fam­ily, health, hap­pi­ness, love, peace’, and two doves on my foot that rep­re­sent my par­ents.

I’m sur­prised you felt you needed to get a boob job.

My mum has got a beau­ti­ful rack and my younger sis­ter too. I looked at my­self and said, ‘What hap­pened?’ I got over wear­ing the chicken fil­lets and said, ‘I want to do this for my­self’. I did it to make my­self happy.

How­im­por­tant are mar­riage and chil­dren to you?

I’m a very big fam­ily girl, very nur­tur­ing. Even when I’m in a res­tau­rant, kids will come up and want to play, talk and cud­dle. A hus­band and kids are things I want even­tu­ally. Beauty and the Geek, Chan­nel 7, Thurs­day, 8.30pm

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