PS: Have any of you found love since leaving the mansion?
Alisha: No, but I want to. (laughs)
Romy: Dating, but nothing serious.
Cat: I'm not going to jump on tinder or anything. That's how we would get stitched up or get yourself in a situations that might not end well.
Alisha: I am. [laughs]
PS: Have you seen much of the other girls since leaving the house?
Cat: I see Bree all the time. I've been living back on the gold coast.
Alisha: After the show I did a tour of Australia and visited pretty much everybody except for the top 4. Since the show's been on TV it's been a little bit different because I feel most of the girls are almost relishing in the whole mean girls thing and being like "OK cool, we can cut them down.", which is a bit shitty because we had really relationships with people?
PS: Would you be open to The Bachelorette or Bachelor in Paradise if you had the opportunity?
Cat: Who wouldn't? If you're on Bachelorette, you're never going to be painted badly.
Alisha: Hell yeah, I want a boyfriend!
PS: What else would you want people to know about you if you had the chance to tell them?
Romy: It's a reality show, it's TV, it's dramatic at the end of the day, it's not a documentary.
PS: Are you OK with being painted as the mean girl then?
Romy: No! it's not ok. It's inaccurate. I think it's necessary for a show to be successful and we own the fact it was our role, we knew our roles pretty quickly and that was maybe because we were brave enough to speak on camera. I just wish there was a bit more complexity like our great friendship with Brooke or our friendships with Rhi and Ash but you gotta deliver drama and people love to hate.
Alisha: For every one mean thing we said we would have said 59 nice things.