POPSUGAR Australia: What was the first thing that you did when you got back to Perth from the Big Brother house?
Angela: First thing I did: hug my kids, hands down, and my husband. And I had a proper half-an-hour shower, because in the Big Brother house, we were limited to only three minutes per person. So, I had a very nice, long shower.
It's the little things that you take for granted — like a shower and nobody's after you. That was really good.
PS: Did you have unlimited shower time in the bunker?
Angela: The bunker was like a mini-hotel. I had my own shower, I had my own amenities, I wasn't sharing with anyone then. I had a full-on menu. Every day I would get a new menu. So the bunker was really good. It was like a holiday away from the house
PS: Do you think returning from the bunker put you at a disadvantage?
Angela: Yes, and that's why I downplayed it. I didn't want to tell them right away that I was watching them, I could hear what they were saying, I downplayed my time in the bunker because I didn't want to put a target on myself. If I told them I could hear what they were saying, I could see everything, then they would've been insecure and wanted me out and that's why I managed to get four people out before I was actually evicted.
PS: Did anyone ever find out about you been Big Brother's so-called "Little Sister"?
Angela: Of course, everybody! Eventually they all found out that I was Little Sister. Once Garth [Saville] did that little bombshell, they didn't quite 100 percent know, but some of them were suspicious. But I left that house without telling them the whole truth, because I didn't want them to keep an eye on me.