A Big Brother 2013 finalist is hoping to entertain viewers with her Pagan views and Coca-Cola addiction.
Chloe Reynolds, 22, from Bewbush, was invited to one of the final rounds of interviews for the channel 5 reality TV show on February 16.
Other finalists who attended the interview in London included a super model, a woman obsessed with the computer game ‘Call of Duty’ and the oldest page three girl.
Chloe explained the ‘psychological tests’ they went through.
She said: “Everyone had to take something to show what you are like and I took my book of shadows because I’m Pagan and I thought that’s the thing that will make me stand out.
“We were given different topics to discuss to see how we reacted to each other.
“I felt a bit out of place with lingerie models walking passed.
“The woman who said she was the oldest page three model said she sold her worn underwear online.”
The interview process started in November 2012 .
Chloe was only allowed to tell her husband, James, 37, that she was in the running until she was announced as one of the finalists in the national press last week.
The mother-of-three said she was a laid back person and did not mind that The Daily Star had labelled her as a ‘white witch’.
She said: “I don’t mind if they want to put a label on me.
“It really annoys me when people are so up tight. I’m not afraid to make a fool of myself.
“I’m not a shy person and depending on whether I have Coca-Cola I’ll either be the one defusing arguments or causing them. I have a serious addiction to Coca-Cola.
“My husband has said he thinks it will be a miracle if I keep my clothes on!”
With three daughters, aged between two and three , Chloe knows her biggest challenge will be her separation from them.
“My husband is a really good dad. Though the last time I left them alone I came back to them with McDonald’s boxes on their heads.
“I will miss them but I will remind myself I’m there for them, to secure their future, and anything else I’m just there for a good time.”
Chloe said she would love to use the show’s prize money of around £100,000 to study Psychology and help people who have suffered abuse.
She will find out if she is a house mate a week before the show starts in mid June.