"One of my favourite moments in the competition was the walking on water challenge. My worst moment in the competition was when the judges called me scary-looking. That was horrible."
"I loved Julien. I'm from France so I'd never heard of him before the show, but I loved him. I loved Whitney on the Hills but in person, she's completely different, quieter than I expected. I was never one of her favourite girls, I knew that. But I always listened to what she had to say. With the other judges I would answer back and disagree, but I always took Whitney and Julien's feedback on board and respected it."
"My advice for anyone hoping to get into the modelling industry is: You have to be tough. You can't be a crybaby. You have to be thick-skinned and love what you do or there's no point doing it!"
"Working with Company Magazine was AMAZING! I went on this show because I wanted people from the industry to see me and hopefully like me. I had a really good time on this shoot because I got such good feedback from the editor, Victoria, who said she'd consider booking me. Just to have that woman say it on TV, and personally acknowledge that I can work was all I needed."
"The main beauty tip I learned on the show was not to wear so much make up. Looking at my headshot from the start of the show, I can see how much make up i used to wear!"
"My favourite shoot was my final one - the broken doll shoot. It was finally what I think modelling should be. Creative, not just smiley poses. It was a bit scary and edgy."
"I'm definitely going to try and keep modelling and see what other opportunities are out there for me!"
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