Camilla is pregnant with her partner Glen Krohn.
Camilla has currently (26th March 2007) got a job on the new breakfast show Labrat, Camilla and Stav as one of the hosts along side Labrat and Stav.
On the new radio show Labrat, Camilla and Stav, her co-workers Labrat and Stav thought she was pregant so they made her take a pregnancy test which came out negative.
Days before the final eviction on Big Brother, Camilla was the favourite to win at $1.33 per bet.
Whilst on Big Brother, Camilla accumulated $105,000 in fines. As of 2006, this is the largest amount of money owed for anyone in the house.
Camilla's real surname is Severi, but when she was on Big Brother, she was known as Camilla Halliwell.
Camilla thinks of herself as a compulsive cheater who can't stay with one partner for a long time.
Camilla collects her hair after it has been cut.
In September 2006, the infamous 'turkey slapping' incident in BIg Brother was listed as #45 in TV Week's 'Top 50 most memorable moments on Australian television list'.
In August 2006, Camilla joined Brisbane's B105 breakfast radio team - Gabby, Mike and Stav - for four days, to see if a job on radio suited her. She received positive feedback on her efforts.
In Big Brother Australia 2006 Camilla was sexually abused by two other housemates where they 'turkey slapped' her. One of them held her down to the bed and other slapped her in the face with his penis. Even though all three of them said that it was a joke, even Camilla, the two housemates whp abused her were taken out of the house permanently.
Camilla was the runner up for Big Brother Australia 2006. She was everyone's favourite to win but she lost by 6%!
Camilla was a housemate or contestant in Big Brother Australia 2006.
Camilla cut her hair short when she was 14 years old and ever since then she has kept it at the same length.
If Camilla could choose to have any superpower, she would choose the ability to make all people fall in love with her or to have bendy limbs.
Camilla is a part-time student as well as being nightclub host in Victoria.
In the second week of Big Brother Australia 2006, Camilla was voted by the housemates to be evicted but instead was taken to a special 'revenge room' where she could spy on the housemates for a few days.
Camilla describes herself as bi-curious, vivacious, irritating, a bit crazy and is not afraid to discover new relationships with both sexes.
Camilla's personal motto is: "Keep it real, kids!"
According to the public who have voted in the Big Brother Australia website, Camilla is the most popular housemate.
Camilla's favorite party trick is racing men in skulling competitions and always winning.
Camilla was very chubby in Primary School and was teased a lot.
Camilla was up for nomination in Big Brother Australia nearly every week but not once had she been evicted by the public.
Camilla: (after going to the hospital with abdominal pains, only to discover she was pregnant) The abdominal pains were not related to the pregnancy, so it was just by accident that I found out. It was totally unexpected news, but we're so happy.
Camilla: (about the turkey-slapping incident) We laughed it off. As soon as I said 'enough's enough' it stopped.
Camilla: What people say to me on the street is that I'm just a normal person and that's what's really nice about me.
Camilla: Big Brother doesn't define me and make me who I am.
Camilla: (about her radio job in Brisbane) I just fell in love with everybody in the studio. I had a ball.
Camilla: It was a bit of a shock to speak to John (one of the turkey-slappers) and I wasn't impressed with the station who spliced him in to me.
Camilla: John was put on radio across from me, which I thought was highly inappropriate. He said, 'Hey, Cami, how are you?' as a little brother would, and that's how I feel about him, he's like a little brother. (Her thoughts on Big Brother housemate, John)
Camilla: I really like Chris, he's an awesome guy… I think I give him as much as he gives me. I like a guy that challenges me, anyway. (About fellow Big Brother housemate, Chris)
Camilla: (on making the Top 50 most memorable moments on Australian television for the 'turkey slapping' incident on Big Brother) I felt extremely sad when the boys were removed. I didn't want them to leave the house. There was a lot of media hype surrounding the situation; it was blown out of proportion, not by myself or Big Brother, but by the media.
Camilla: Apparently I'm throwing it! Because I used to be a functions coordinator at a night club, David said, 'Oh, why don't you?' It would be a very interesting party on his farm. (on organising the wedding for fellow Big Brother housemate, David)
Camilla: I was in a relationship, but I broke it off on the basis that I wanted to be single before I came into the house. He was hurt, as you would be. I spoke to him and he's very proud of everything I've done. (on her relationship status prior to entering the Big Brother house)
Camilla: The last time I saw my mum I flew to Auckland to, unfortunately, help her bury her partner. Very emotional time. Then she went back to South Africa for a time to be with her family.
Camilla: At the time I was shocked and I think it shows how much I was upset when I had a cry about it. Unfortunately, they broke the rules and Big Brother did what he decided. (on how she felt after John & Ashley were removed from the BB house)