White keeps it clean
Charne White. Picture: Paul Broben.

She may have promoted herself as the resident bombshell on Big Brother 2012 but don't expect Charne White to get her clothes off for a men's magazine any time soon. As the first housemate evicted from Nine's revamped show, the Queensland singer attracted as much attention for her Marilyn Monroe look as she did for her obsessive compulsive behaviour.

However, post-eviction, White told AAA she would not be following in the footsteps of past Big Brother housemates and posing for any raunchy magazines.

"That sort of thing isn't for me," she said. "Those shoots can be tasteful but I wouldn't put myself in that situation, I'd rather do something that was a bit more meaningful in my eyes."

As the oldest female in this year's house, the 31-year-old, below, admitted she had struggled with the age gap between her and the other housemates since entering the Gold Coast complex on August 13. "The maturity levels were non-existent," White said. "Everyone treated it very much like a holiday."

She added she could not understand the housemates' lack of respect for their living environment and spent much of her time in the house cleaning.

While White said it was still too early to pick who would be the last housemate standing, she predicted there would be plenty of drama to come on the show. "There's going to be cracks that come to the surface and I think that's going to happen sooner rather than later," she said.

The retro-loving starlet will now return to work as a performer at Gold Coast cabaret venue Dracula's. And she is considering releasing an album in the future.

The West Australian

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