It's no secret the brand manager has long been disappointed with how she was portrayed on this season of the popular dating show. After the second episode aired and fans had already made up their mind about her, Emma took to Instagram to slam the network, claiming they made her look far needier than she actually was!
"Terrible editing! Love, Love, love" she wrote. "DO NOT believe everything you see 'reality'."
Although her former co-star Rachel Arahill said at the time that "Emma was far too clingy" she's adamant she's nowhere near as desperate as Cass Wood was.
"Cass is a beautiful girl, but I’m nothing like her," Emma said. "I definitely don't want to come across as Cass whatsoever."
After we waved goodbye to Emma during last night's dramatic episode, the unlucky in love brunette beauty says she hasn't been jaded by her turbulent reality TV experience.
In fact, she reckons she has what it takes to be the next Bachelorette.
"I think I’d give it a crack!" she told 10 daily. "I think I would definitely give it a go, especially seeing as I had such a great experience and made some wonderful friendships with pretty much everyone."
As for how she felt when Matt picked Helena over her, we can sum it up in one word: heartbroken.
"I was actually really sad about [leaving] because I did have really strong feelings for Matt, but at the end of the day if someone doesn’t reciprocate the same feelings for you, there’s no point sitting around crying about it".
The 32-year-old continued: "It certainly hurt for a while and took a bit of time to get over, but you move on eventually."
During the hometown visits, Matt expressed his concerns about moving forward with Emma, revealing he was a tad perturbed when she told her friends she was more than ready to move interstate for him.
And although he once said he was grateful she's been overly forthright about her feelings, it seems to have scared him off.
This article originally appeared on WHO magazine.