POPSUGAR Australia: What was the final straw for you in deciding to leave the mansion?
Roxi: The drama between myself and Juliette became a bit too much for me and it was just a toxic environment that I thought I should remove myself from.
Throughout the season, there was a lot of poking and prodding me off-camera, and it just started to escalate from there. That night — there's a lot you don't see — there was a comment said to me off-camera at the very end, and that was kind of the reason why I decided to walk out.
PS: Is there anything we didn't see that you wish had been shown?
Roxi: That's a hard question, because it's like I don't want to keep hyping up all the drama. Sh*t happened. I wish you did see a little bit more about Juliette and how she was towards me off-camera, but you start to see that a little bit more towards the end, so people are starting to understand now a little bit.
PS: Where did you think you stood with Locky when you decided to leave?
Roxi: I think Locky thought I was too hard work to be honest. I don't blame him because I am. I guess he was more invested in some of the other girls and it was just like I was never going to be number one.
PS: Did going into lockdown shift your feelings for Locky at all?
Roxi: It definitely fizzled for me because you come home and you snap out of the Bachie bubble. You just start resuming everyday life and you start questioning, Do I have these strong feelings or did I get caught up in it all?
When you're in the mansion, your focus is directed on that one person so you live and breathe it. You talk about this one person all day every day, like eventually you're going to be convinced that you like the dude. When you come out, that's when you realise, do I or don't I? I think it put it in perspective, coming home. I was like, I've just met this person [laughs].