"I don't have a short attention span all the time, but sometimes it depends on what the topic is about."
Nanny Nikki has a secret hobby that doesn't really fit in with her love of manicures, shopping and wild partying.
"I love fishing," she reveals. "I even bought one of my fishing rods with me. It's pink. I've probably got about 10 rods and two massive tackle boxes. I could go fishing every chance I get, it's just fun."
This vivacious Beauty is a clean freak whose choice of super power would be to clap her hands and make everything clean and tidy.
Nikki loves to live life on the edge though and never says no to a new experience, including jobs.
"I've done everything under the sun," she says of her work history. "I like to try everything. You only live once so give something a go and if you don't like it at least you gave it a go.
"I worked in reception for two days at a hotel and I was just like, 'This is doing my head in, it's so boring' and I was like I need to be out and about and in the fresh air and doing different things. But if an amazing job came up then I'd stick to it."
Her latest accomplishment is finishing her Beauty therapy course and setting up a home salon.
"I have my own salon at home but it's mainly just for family and friends. I just wanted to have a qualification to fall back on. And maybe when I'm married with kids and stuff then it's good to have a home business."
Beach babe Nikki says she could see herself settling down with a geek one day.
"I haven't dated for a while so I'm kind of like looks are nothing to me anymore. I'm like why do I always go for the bad guy when I want to find love and passion and just someone to really care about me and no-one else like I'm the one and only and maybe Geeks do that. So who knows."
But while she may have romantic aspirations for someone who likes to study, the Geeks better not ask her to read a book.
"I think of Geeks as just quiet people who are very reserved and keep to themselves and like to read books. But I couldn't think of anything worse to do. If my mum tries to read a book and I'm at home I just start fidgeting and she's like, 'Leave me alone, I'm trying to read a book' and I'm like, 'It's too boring, let's go outside and throw a frisbee or something."