Despite leaving the house to an overwhelmingly negative reception, Makosi seemed unphased by the boos from the crowd.
"I thought I was going to cry coming out here, but it was so refreshing to come out," she told Davina.
When asked how she felt about her time in the house, Makosi said: "I feel blessed. Even to be out now, I still feel very blessed that I was part of something so special."
Davina questioned the Big Brother 6 contestant over her insistence on showering outside, after Nick was shown to list it as his reason to nominate her. "The bathroom was really dirty," Makosi explained. "So are you telling me that the showering outside and the massaging of those amazing boobies was just because it was dirty in the other bathroom?" Davina asked, unconvinced. "I can confirm that," the 29-year-old replied.
She continued: "John was going into the jacuzzi all the time and no-one ever said anything. Why were they bothered about me?" Davina told her: "Because look at you! You're a hot momma!"
Makosi replied: "Maybe because I see myself everyday, I don't see myself as fascinating," prompting jeers from the audience. Makosi defiantly shouted: "Boo all you like!" as Davina quipped: "Don't say that, they'll never stop."
Speaking of her reunion with Big Brother 6 winner and former jacuzzi partner Anthony Hutton, Makosi said: "I had a lot of drama with my family and friends [after the jacuzzi incident], and I really didn't want to go back there.
"But it was easier than I thought it would be. He was such a gentleman and I'm glad we can put it behind us now."
When asked about her Ultimate Big Brother housemates, Makosi said that Ulrika was "quite expressive" and sometimes "offensive" to live with, but added: "It was just a cultural and personality difference." She said of Preston: "If I was white, he would be a little brother," and of Nikki: "Everybody thought it was 'The Nikki Show'."
After being asked what her slogan would be if she were to model underwear, the curvaceous Zimbabwean announced: "Size zero ain't no hero!"