What have you thought to your song choices since the show started?
"I think I got the most varied songs - I did different genres. I’m happy with the way I was tested - I worked it well. I learned a lot."
What did you think to your performances?
"From start to finish, I was really happy. I really feel like I’ve improved. I’m really happy with the way… I’ve learnt so much."
"My judges’ comments were all quite good. Nothing controversial. Some of the other comments were a little amusing."
Did you ever think this show could propel you into the music industry?
"I really really hope there is still the support from me from the show, that I can get out there and get it going."
Will you be going back to Home and Away or embarking on a music career?
"I’ll spend a bit of time in Home and Away, because as an actor, I would love to do as many roles as possible, but I’m not going to stay in Home and Away forever. I’ll definitely try more acting."
"Not very well, not very well at all. The same way everyone else has, I guess. The least fun thing about the show is that ‘I don’t want to do any more, I’m not enjoying it’. If I can do that now, I can do a lot of things."
What's been your favourite performance?
"It’s not my favourite song, but I had a lot of fun [with] ‘It’s Not unusual’"
Read previous interviews with the evictees: Elaine Lordan, Jane Danson, Matt Wolfenden, Verity Rushworth, Leon Lopez, Alan Fletcher, Gemma Atkinson and Tupele Dorgu.