It's ironic that on the very day that Georgia Salpa has put her celebrity to good use by supporting the Samaritan's annual awareness day with a message of support for the organisation, Hazel O'Sullivan has revealed her own particular take on how to cure men's depressive thoughts, by getting her kit off.
Pictures from a topless shoot with Hazel appeared in a Sunday newspaper yesterday, and while there is nothing particularly reprehensible in that, it is Hazel's denial that she would ever do such a thing which shows her up so badly.
Because in an interview a year ago, Hazel recalled the moment that she pulled out of such a shoot at the very last minute.
"The big moment came to get my clothes off for the cameras," she said. "It was a defining moment for me, I knew I was at a crossroads and it wasn't the type of work I wanted to be associated with. I just said 'I can't do this' and I left. And it was the best decision I ever made. I was really proud of myself afterwards."
Hazel famously stated that her motivation for entering Big Brother was to show that "not all models are as boring as Georgia Salpa", though I suspect that most people are more attracted to Georgia's "boring" sincerity, than Hazel's "interesting" stance on going topless.
Still proud of yourself, Hazel?