I gave him a blue rose. Basically, its an old creative technique of mine to find a ribbon and make a rose out of it – a little party trick.
His reaction was really sweet. He made a joke about it. He said that it was really sweet and he appreciated it.
It did hurt but it’s a situation where Richie has a really tough job in terms of 22 amazing women joining him in the journey to find love. So I applaud him for being in that position and putting himself on the line. It's brave.
It felt OK because I had said all I wanted to say and I really put myself out there – who Eliza was.
Definitely personality wise, yes. But I’m a pretty out-there kind of girl and I think it takes quite a big personality to match mine. I think I’m more of the wing girl at the end of the day!
Yeah, at the end of the day you form a family with the girls so it’s so sad to say goodbye to them.
I warned my family to wear a mouth-guard when watching the show because the cringe factor will be out of control. It’s me and I love having fun and pushing the boundaries. If I make people cringe then I’ve done my job because that’s why we watch the Bachie, right?
As it’s come out, I am an actor. I have a one-woman, 70 minute show that I tour, it’s about a woman trying to find love and every year she doesn’t she gets a cat! She’s got ten cats.