Krystal is ranked #22 in AIM's "100 Celebs Under 25".
Krystal is an official spokespeople for the magazine, Zoo Weekly.
Krystal commenced performing a regular role on the Bigpond Game Arena Ben and Richie Show in January 2008.
In 1997 Krystal appeared in the video game, Need For Speed: ProStreet, produced by the company, Electronic Arts. Krystal plays the part of a grid girl on the game.
In June 2006, Krystal appeared on the cover of Ralph magazine.
In April 2007, it was revealed that Krystal had collapsed at a party after drinking too much. She was taken to hospital and later released.
Krystal has signed an exclusive deal with a men's magazine, possibly worth up to six figures. She'll write a column, be their spokeswoman and appear in photos.
Krystal: (explaining how her role as a grid girl in the video game 'Need For Speed' came about) Basically, Zoo magazine had a competition that was running to win a date to play Need for Speed: Carbon and eat pizza, with me for the day, which was a lot of fun, and I met Jamie from the creative team at EA. A couple of months later he came back to me and said 'how would you feel about being a character in the new Need for Speed games?' It's an amazing opportunity. He said I had the modelling experience, but also the personality to do a promotional tour, which is important as well.
Krystal: (her plans after "It Takes Two") I'm still writing the column for Zoo and doing my modelling for Zoo and FHM but I'm always looking for something more. I'm very driven. I was actually doing a film and TV course before I went on the show so I might take it up again. It's about preparation and if something comes along ill be ready. But I will say I've got a couple of exciting things to come out in the near future.
Krystal: (asked if she might record an album after Ross Wilson complimented her on her voice) I thought that was a very big compliment. Who knows? I'm not going to expect too much. If something happens it happens. I've got to take some time out and figure out what I really want. I feel like I've been caught up in this whirlwind in the last year and I need time to look inside myself and figure out what I want in life.
Krystal: (comparing "Big Brother" to live TV) I wasn't aware with the cameras on Big Brother, but working on the stage I didn't even know how to look at the camera properly! They try to tell you but I only just found out last night that the one with the red light is on! Thanks for that! A lot of the people on the show had years of experience of being on stage and with cameras. It's a different world for me. I'm getting a bit better but I fidget a lot mumble and stutter! Once you relax you're okay.
Krystal: (asked what she was working on in 2007) I write a column called Krystal's Ultimate guide To Girls for Zoo magazine. [Laughs] I'm only 20, so I don't know how reliable my advice is, but people seem to want to hear it.
Krystal: (on working with Troy Casser-Daley on "It Takes Two") He's such a lovely guy. He is very genuine and definitely a good mentor and singing coach. If I ever doubted myself he had enough confidence in me to make up for the both of us. He'd just smile and have this warm look in his eyes. I knew he was popular in the country music scene and had won Golden Guitars so I knew I was in good hands and working with someone who was very talented and experienced in the industry.
Krystal: (revealing how much practice she needed to do each week on "It Takes Two") We had a couple of vocal lessons and caught up with our partners at least three days a week. We'd sing only a few hours at a time because you're voice is pretty sensitive and you don't want to overdo it. Also singing the same song all day all week can be quite tiring and when it comes to singing that song on stage you don't want to lose the spark you had when you chose it.
Krystal: Ever since I was a kid I loved to sing. It's an opportunity for me to express myself in a totally different way then what I'm used to. Regardless of if anyone else thinks I'm good or not, I just love to sing.
Krystal: (on the competition on "It Takes Two") I think Russell's (Gilber) a bit of a dark horse and he's amazing. I think he's very talented. But you can't predict who will win.
Krystal: (asked how she felt after being eliminated from "It Takes Two") I'm feeling very tired for one. It was such a release of nervous energy. In a way I would've like to stay around for another couple of weeks to have grown and to make the most of my experience, but I've learnt a lot and I'll take a lot away from it. The whole experience was great. The cast and crew were lovely and it was great to work with some very talented people in the industry who I never would've dreamt I'd get the chance to meet let alone sing with them in person! Everyone's down to earth and really humble so it was really refreshing.
Krystal: (after being selected to appear in Need For Speed's new ProStreet computer game) It's my first sort of international appearance, I guess. It will probably weird me out a bit to watch. It's like when I see myself on TV - I can't stand to watch it, but I'll definitely play the game.
Krystal: (on having breast implants) You do have to get a couple of surgeries. That's what girls don't realise - it's not just an in-out procedure. There are certain things you have to take into account - like if you're going to breastfeed or when gravity starts to take its toll, it'll change the shape of your boobs.