The 41-year-old singer, who was eliminated from the reality television show earlier this week after being accused of bullying fellow contestant Polly Porter, said that she doesn't feel comfortable with being the "most hated" person on TV.
Hines told The Daily Telegraph that she took offence whenever Porter told her what to do on the show because she was not very well known.
"I don't mind getting told how to do my stuff by somebody wiser but I didn't feel that it was granted," she said.
Hines also insisted that "it wasn't a disrespectful thing" consistently calling Porter "Polly", adding: "I really didn't know who Polly was. I just thought that was her name. Polly. Poppy. Poppy. Polly."
The musician said that she has not been watching the show, explaining: "I lived it. I can't wait for this s**t to get off the air, so people can stop picking on me.
"For the first time in my life, my Twitter page was number five in Australia and not for nice things. They're hating on me, it's cyber-bullying."
However, Hines said that some people have come up and told her that they love that she is "so truthful".
Porter recently insisted that she doesn't "hate" Hines but said that she did reduce her to tears on more than one occasion.
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