While the 32-year-old is championed for her outspoken views on all things parenting, relationships and sex, that same brazenness saw her hurriedly evicted from the Big Brother house in 2005.
Yes, your read that right, Constance Hall was a Big Brother contestant at the ripe age of 21.
(Images via Channel 10)
In a frank blog post Constance says she was surprised viewers didn't connect with her as a "loud mouth swearing binge drinking realist".
"While I thought being a loud mouth swearing binge drinking realist was exactly what every Big Brother voter wanted I was sadly mistaken," she wrote.
"My time was brought to an end in a record breaking 10 days and interestingly while I thought I totally killed it in the house the shows publicists advice was limited to “don’t worry, they’ll all forget who you are soon, just lay (sic) low."
"Well people did forget and I went back to washing hair as an apprentice hairdresser with bad hair for a living."
Constance's short-lived stay in the house was a controversial one after producers discovered the then 21-year-old had lied about her relationship status in the auditions.
Believing she would have a better shot as a singleton, Constance omitted the fact that she had a boyfriend on the outside from casting directors.
Constance Hall is now a wildly popular blogger. (Image via QueensOfConstance)
That little fib saw her automatically nominated for a double-eviction, along with two other contestants who told the same lie.
In a final attempt to save her reality TV life, Constance pleaded with viewers to keep her on the show.
"The reason that I lied was 'cause I really wanted to come in the house but at the same time I have fallen in love with somebody and I couldn't help that," she said.
"Just because I've got a boyfriend ... all it means is I'm not going to be having sex do you know what I mean, it doesn't mean I'm not going to be as confronting and funny and make the show worth watching for you.
"I think without me the house might just become a little bit too nice and everyone might become a little bit too boring."
Watch Constance discuss her eviction with Gretel Killeen below (post continues after video).
On reflection, Constance says she does not regret her time in the house.
"Now the only people I really care about you you guys, the lovely ones who have take the time to read my s***, so I didn’t want you to feel lied to, vulnerable, dirty or betrayed if you saw via someone else," she wrote in the post.
"So yes the hair was voluntary, yes I was the first housemate evicted on Big Brother 2005.
"No I never regretted it, many a laugh has been had since at my expense, if you can’t laugh at your own expense then your [sic] not aloud to laugh at anyone else’s and frankly that just not a world I want to live in."