By Candice Jackson For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 04:12 BST, 1 July 2020 | Updated: 04:52 BST, 1 July 2020
Big Brother Australia's Hannah Campbell felt like an immediate outcast when she entered the house as an intruder.
The bubbly brunette, 26, who was targeted for eviction by the show's 'mean girls' in her very first episode, says her first week took a toll on her mentally.
She told Daily Mail Australia: 'I didn't realise how bad it was until I watched the show. For a whole week no one really gave me a chance.'
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Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Hannah Campbell (pictured) reveals her hardest week in the house as she struggled mentally with being shut out by her co-stars
Hannah had arrived in a metal cage suspended by a crane, alongside three other contestants, Shane Vincent, Soobong Hwang and Danni Keogh, in episode three.
'I struggled coming into the house as an intruder, definitely. And it was for me, personally, the hardest mind game I had to play,' she admitted.
'Everyone had their own groups, and people don't really give intruders a chance, which was really hard. I struggled with that.
'I didn't have a relationship with anyone for the first week... it was hard.'
'People don't really give intruders a chance': Hannah said she initially struggled with feeling like an outsider and didn't have a close relationship with anyone for the first week
'I didn't realise how bad it was until I watched the show': Hannah (middle) spoke about feeling like an outcast amid Talia Rycroft and Sarah McDougal (right) disliking her. Pictured with Sophie Budack (left)
On day six, Hannah was inadvertently part