I'm feeling great because last night I was allowed to fest and eat so it was brilliant! I'm actually looking at my campmates on a screen here, which is incredible to watch. Simone's stolen my bed already, which I wanted her to!
I had so much chicken last night I'll be clucking all day. I had roast chicken, then we had a stopover at KFC, which was environmentally unsound but you've got to do it. I had crème brûlée and champagne and it was just amazing!
The funniest thing happened with my middle son Jai, who was working. I rang from a number he'd never heard of and I rang and said, 'Hi how are you? It's lovely to hear your voice!' And he said, 'Who is this?' And I said, 'Jai! It's mum!'
What was fantastic was that all of the girls in there are so strong and beautiful, there wasn't any other feeling other than support.
I think writing about yourself is a little bit long-winded. I've been asked lots of times, maybe one day I will.
Yeah, absolutely! I think it gets built up by people.
I think it will and it would be amazing.
I actually think they're such incredibly strong, intelligent, kind and thoughtful people.
When I first came in they said who did I want in the jungle? And I said Liam Neeson! That's all I needed, Liam Neeson to come in. We were laughing about it and then on my Yoga mat there was a photo of him!
Exactly! He looks lonely, he looks like he needs a bit of cheering up, Liam.
It's like picking your favourite child. I really think that Shannon's got something to show the world, I think he's maturing into a really wonderful man.
I think Peter has gone in there to prove to himself and his family that he's invigorating his life.
That from playing all these parts over the years, I'm oftentimes more comfortable becoming someone else than being myself. The other thing I found is that I'm really private and I need time and space.
I've just co-written a film, it's a love story and it's a film that I'm going to direct.
I'm not sure, I think shows like that are wonderful for Australia.