Jamie-Lee, Bondi, NSW, 27
I kind of expected it. My single date was not what I expected. I didn't get the chance to show my true self and open up and we didn't really have a connection. Sure, we had a few things in common but there was no spark there.
Definitely! He's such a warm, comforting person. Going in, I expected him to be like a footy head. I was so unsure if we'd have anything in common. From the moment I met him, I knew straight away that he had this certain aura that was really lovely and welcoming.
Yes, I am. (Laughs) It's really lovely. It was completely unexpected but after the Bachie mansion, my ex just seemed to pop up in my life. We were both at an event and you know, we broke up because timing was never right. We were never really on the same page.
It's definitely just a matter of timing, now we're both in the same headspace. In all honesty, it's everything that I think love should be. I'm so grateful and happy!
Brooke is an amazing person, she and I are great friends. I actually am a little disappointed that all of these rumours have come out. The assumption that every bi-sexual person must be together. Like, if there's two bi-sexual people in a room, they must be together. I think that's such a backwards assumption.
I went into the show to connect with Nick. The best way to describe it is by giving this example, I can only speak from my experience but I didn't feel the need to tell Nick that I was a vegetarian – why would I feel the need to tell him I've dated women?
I think Brooke wanted to tell Nick that and that's something she's proud of as well. I'm glad it went so well.
I kind of went into the Bachie experience with no expectations. Obviously I was at a stage in my life where I was ready to fall in love, unfortunately that didn't happen for me and you're not meant to fall in love with every person you date.
I think everyone is on their own journey and I think that it was a little difficult for other people to see us as competition but if you see another person as competition, that probably speaks more about your relationship with Nick than on me as a person.
I think I'm with everyone in Australia right now, I think Brooke's an incredible person and she has so much to offer. They clearly have a really good connection, I'm rooting for Brooke.
Look, I think it's a little laughable. These girls in there are so incredible. If he chooses no one, then there's something going on there. He has incredible connections with all of these girls.
It was pretty difficult. I partially tore my Achilles tendon and sprained my ankle. Even going into it, once I had the injury I didn't think it was as serious as it was. I took it really light-heartedly. It added a level of difficulty in being able to participate in certain activities and that really sucked.
I don't really like to call them the Mean Girls. I think that they had a clique and in a situation like that, you're under so much pressure and some people may get a little cliquey. I don't think anyone in that house had a mean bone in their body. I think it's a shame they played into those roles.
Just pottering along and enjoying life. I don't really have anything crazy going on. Summer's coming up, just doing me!