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From now until then, Deone is going to be hosting events and raising funds for her chosen charity, the Yorkhill Children's Charity."It's a cause very close to my heart as they looked after my little sister when she was seriously ill," she explained.However, she understand why the pageant's organisers stripped her pal of the honour for having sex on TV and confesses she even "saw it coming". "Zara has been in the pageant industry a long time. She knew the difficult situation she would have been putting the organisers in."We are supposed to be role models for young girls and represent our chosen charities - [Zara] knew this," she told us. "But I think the pageant community saw this coming. She is a young girl enjoying life but under these circumstances, she can't be a title holder." Given the strict rules in place for beauty queens, Deone admitted she would never consider applying for a show like Love Island. "I think the idea of someone watching you all the time is scary."A lot of people don't realise this but we are judged on the work we do for our communities, charities and the fund-raising events we host," she added.
I love these reality show but I don't think I could actually be on one." Fans of Zara, who has since quit Love Island to look after her poorly mother, have launched a petition to get her reinstated as Miss Great Britain.However, Deone thinks that while Zara is lucky to have such a passionate, loyal fan-base, this is extremely unlikely.