The Bachelor intruder Jamie-Lee reveals show divide from 'mean and nasty' girls

The Bachelor intruder Jamie-Lee Dayz has hit out at the show's 'villains' for giving her a less-than-warm welcome onto the Network Ten show. 

Jaime-Lee, who is set to make her debut on Wednesday's episode, told Sydney Morning Herald on Sunday that she initially struggled to settle in the Bachelor mansion.

'Look, you're never going to gel with everyone,' Jamie-Lee said when asked about 'villain' characters Romy Poulier and Cat Henesey. 

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'It wasn't the nicest': The Bachelor intruder Jamie-Lee Dayz (pictured) has hit out at the show's 'villains' for giving her a less-than-warm welcome onto the Network Ten show

'It wasn't the nicest': The Bachelor intruder Jamie-Lee Dayz (pictured) has hit out at the show's 'villains' for giving her a less-than-warm welcome onto the Network Ten show

'It's a real shame to see that other women aren't support other people.'

'I would never put someone down for no reason and it's a real shame to see other people do that.'

'There were some mean and nasty girls and it wasn't the nicest.'

Welcome: Jamie makes her debut on Wednesday alongside fellow intruders Brittney Weldon (centre) and Deanne Salvemini (right) 

Welcome: Jamie makes her debut on Wednesday alongside fellow intruders Brittney Weldon (centre) and Deanne Salvemini (right) 

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