Dancer Jordan has turned her life around following her turbulent teenage years which saw her kicked out of school.
"I had no dreams, no ambitions. All I cared about was boys and partying," she admits.
"Dad still made me go to Year 12, even though I was never there." Spontaneous and crazy, Jordan says graduating from dance school last year helped her to gain some focus for the future after languishing since she finished school.
Now an NRL Tigers cheerleader, she says: "It gave me so much confidence. I couldn't be happier."
Jordan is looking forward to getting into the house, and even possibly finding love.
"I've always been attracted to muscles and looks and I've always had my heart broken, so you never know. I've never
really gotten close to a nerd to be honest. My door isn't shut; it's open. So we'll see," she says.
Sporty and active, she loves to ski and play netball and touch football. This beauty is proud of her body, but admits she doesn't do much to keep it in shape.
"I'm happy with what I've got. I'm not going to complain. I eat what I want, when I want. I'm very blessed with my abs."
But she knows she'll have to put in some effort if she's going to perform well in intellectual challenges.
"I'm very competitive and I love to win, but I'm fair as well. So if I have to study, I will study."
'Naughty Jordy' as she's known to friends says she won't struggle fitting into the house, and is looking forward to helping her geek find his own inner beauty.
"I love making people laugh and I love people making me laugh. And, you know, if I'm bored, I will find something to
amuse myself or something funny to do. I don't think I have any bad qualities, to be honest."