Brooke Blurton reveals she has an OnlyFans account: ‘I’m curious’

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With the amount of reality TV stars joining OnlyFans on the rise, former Bachelorette and reality TV icon Brooke Blurton has now shared her honest opinion on the adult subscription-based website.

Chatting with Yahoo Lifestyle around the release of her Nova Original Podcast, Not So PG, the 27-year-old revealed that she has actually signed up for OnlyFans - but not for the reasons people might think.

Brooke Blurton in a gold dress.
Brooke Blurton has shared her thoughts on OnlyFans. Photo: Instagram/brooke.blurton

“I have an OnlyFans account, as in I watch other people,” she said.

“I just find it so intriguing. I’m interested, I’m curious, I can’t help that! I have to know! And, you know, I’m also gay so I love women's bodies and physiques, and if that's what it is, why not?”

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The youth worker, who is currently single after her very public split from Darvid Garayeli in January, went on to reveal if she would ever consider sharing her own content on the platform.

“To be honest, I've never been confident in myself to show that much,” she said.

“I know with OnlyFans there's not one way of doing it. Like Instagram, it’s a creative space for people to show themselves creatively or express themselves however they want to express themselves, and I feel like I’ve never been able to do that. So who knows!”

Brooke Blurton holding her cover of Australia's Women Health.
Brooke said she is ‘so proud’ to be on the cover of Australian Women’s Health. Photo: Instagram/brooke.blurton

‘A huge moment in my career’

In addition to the launch of her new podcast, Brooke is celebrating the fact that she’s on the cover of Australian Women's Health which coincides with NAIDOC Week.

“That was a huge thing for my career being on the cover of a magazine because growing up I didn't have that many role models or people that I felt role modelled who I wanted to grow up and be,” she remarked.

“And now I’m like, oh my god, I'm just this short petite First Nations woman that's on this First Nations cover. My typical job was doing youth work and working with young people, and now here I am.

“I kind of have to really just take this moment and run with it and appreciate it because it is a huge moment in my career.”

You can listen to Brooke’s podcast with Matty Mills, Not So PG, on the Nova Player or wherever you get your podcasts.

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