With a Fijian and Australian background, Laura Coriakula is fierce, fabulous and pumped to bring her “good vibes” to the Big Brother house.
The 25-year-old dropped out of school at 17 to pursue dancing, training in New York and Los Angeles.
This #bossbitch is living her dream as a professional dance teacher, choreographer, performer and runs her own youth outreach programs.
Kaiviti lives with a large family, making her well-equipped for the Big Brother house — or so she thinks.
With keen observation skills and intuitive nature, she’s ready to sort the good from the bad.
The Melbourne local will not be one to back down in an argument, saying: “It’s my way
or the highway” and isn’t afraid to use her toughness to get an advantage.
Kaiviti’s pet peeves include “stupid people” and anyone who talks a lot of “BS” — and if you’ve got a fake attitude, bye-bye.
If she were to win the $250k, Kaiviti will use the prize money to invest in her community and help support her village in Fiji.