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() 'The first time I heard a song I burst into tears': Pia Miranda reveals she felt 'overwhelmed' adjusting to normal life after filming Australian Survivor in Fiji

By Alisha Buaya For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 12:00 BST, 1 September 2019 | Updated: 12:01 BST, 1 September 2019

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Australian Survivor fan favourite Pia Miranda has spoken about her struggles returning to normal life after filming Australian Survivor in the Fijian wilderness. 

Speaking to news.com.au on Sunday, the Looking For Alibrandi actress said she found the transition 'overwhelming', explaining: 'It takes a while to get back to normal life.'  

'Even looking out of a window is overwhelming. The first time I heard a song I burst into tears,' she explained.    

'The first time I heard a song I burst into tears': Actress Pia Miranda has revealed that adjusting back to normal life after filming Australian Survivor was 'overwhelming'

'The first time I heard a song I burst into tears': Actress Pia Miranda has revealed that adjusting back to normal life after filming Australian Survivor was 'overwhelming'

After 50 days away from home and on a very restricted diet, the Looking for Alibrandi actress also revealed what she had been craving for the most.

'Pasta, I wanted to eat pasta so much. I also needed to get to a gelato bar and have a

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