Which, in case you were wondering, she’s “really flattered and humbled” by.
Between her blunt Instagram video post-elimination about “not giving a f*ck” about the ‘mean girls’ and basically telling Bachelor Nick Cummins she wasn’t that into him, the legal assistant from Melbourne was a character we hadn’t seen on the reality show before.
Early on, it was clear that Vanessa’s signature resting b*tch face, as she calls it, wasn’t everyone’s cup of tea.
Only, when asked about how fellow bachelorettes Romy, Cat and Aleisha affected her time in the mansion, she told Mamamia she really wishes we’d all just stop talking about them.
“I’m going to be really honest, I just think giving them the self-labelled title of ‘the trio’, ‘the mean girls’ or villains, it almost glorifies their behaviour,” the 27-year-old said.
"To me, Cat, Romy and Aleisha, the way they get their self-worth is by belittling, berating and bullying other people, and that's what it was, it was bullying. The way they justify their behaviour is by scapegoating other people, and they constantly hit below the belt.
"Even if I didn't like someone, I would never go out of my way to belittle or degrade someone or attack their physical appearance, I'm not interested in that."