But not all of this has become a walk in the park as she's had to learn how to adapt and become consistent with all the hard-work she's put out since becoming famous.
In a recent interview on Cliff Central - one of the most important lessons Blue's learned is how to keep and maintain her name in this industry.
"To become famous or to become a celebrity, it's very easy I mean you just go to a show like Big Brother and within a week you're already known by everyone but maintaining it is where the difficult part comes in."
Mbombo mentioned that being on a show like Big Brother helped her to gain a lot of exposure as well.
"I always say that Big Brother is different from all the other reality shows because you've got publicity every day, you've got camera's 24/7 and for someone like me who was there from day 1 until the last day, that was actually quite a big exposure for me, but maintaining this fame has been very difficult."
For some celebrities, if they could have it their way they would rather not be famous as they've mentioned that fame has brought nothing of value to them.
However, ever since Blue stepped out of the Big Brother house she's loved the changes that fame came with.
" Everything has changed, but I actually love the change because after Big Brother I couldn't even step out of the house without screaming my name, doing something crazy or just crying. But now things have calmed down a bit. The life I used to live in 2015 in comparison to now has completely changed for me."
Blue has since garnered herself a lot of success since stepping onto the scene, she's become a brand ambassador for Clere, modeling and becoming one of the new faces of hair brand - Dark & Lovely.
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