"I love having fun. I put that before everything which probably isn't a good thing."
Bendigo born Greta really struggled with her grades throughout school, receiving straight Ds and Es on all of her major assignments.
"Apparently the death of Anna Nicole Smith wasn't a major issue facing Australia today," admits Greta.
Since failing school Greta has found her vocation, finishing her diploma in Beauty therapy last year.
"Finishing my Beauty course has been my biggest achievement in life so far," admits Greta. "Everyone thinks it's an easy course, but it isn't and it actually requires a lot of set skills and attention to detail," she reveals.
Greta's ultimate dream job would be to use the expertise she has acquired as a Beauty therapist to become a make-up artist.
"Or a DJ as I think that would be really fun and I love music," she adds.
Greta is also hoping the Greta played competitive tennis for nine years and went through countless racquets from smashing them on the ground when the game wasn't going her way.
"I gave up tennis when Dad refused to buy me another new racket and made me use his old vintage one," says Greta.
Although Greta readily admits it would be amazing to win Beauty and the Geek Australia and walk home with its generous prize, her competitive edge is not focusing on the prize but rather the experience any time in the house can offer.
"I didn't even think about the prize when I entered. Obviously it would be pretty awesome to win, but there are so many amazing people I think that is the main draw card for me," says Greta.