Life in the spotlight is never as easy as it seems: just ask former Bachelorette-turned-radio host Sam Frost, who last week deleted all of her social media accounts in an effort to escape constant rumours about her relationship with Sasha Mielczarek.
Sometimes the only people you can turn to for advice in these situations are fellow celebs… which is exactly what Sam did when supermodel and Australia’s Next Top Model judge Megan Gale stopped by her breakfast radio show last week.
The 41-year-old gave Sam some valuable advice when it comes to dealing with online trolls and bullies: "block, delete and move on."
"One comment that Jen Hawkins made to me: 'I don't read the comments, I can't it's too damaging, it's negative and it's toxic'," Megan told Sam and Rove.
"I really agree with her. Sometimes you find yourself reading things and if someone's saying something bad about you that's their stuff. That's what they want to project, it's their negative energy. So I think you just leave it with them."
It's a topic close to Gale's heart, describing life in the spotlight and social media as a "double-edged sword" to Mamamia last week.
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