Naz Khanjani has stormed out of an interview with TV3's Story, saying she had just left hospital and it was "too much for me".
The Bachelor runner-up, who lost the TV3 reality show when Jordan Mauger chose Fleur Verhoeven in the controversial finale, walked out of an interview with Story presenter Heather du Plessis-Allan.
Khanjani was showing off her boxing skills during the interview when she decided she'd had enough and walked away after being asked how many supporters she had on "Team Naz".
"I don't like how this interview went," Khanjani said, exiting into the gym's changing rooms.
She later returned to tell du Plessis-Allan: "When you were asking me the questions it was just like, woah, woah ... it's too much ... it's not your fault ... it's just too much for me."
Khanjani is building up to her first boxing fight against Mai FM host Lily Taurau on Thursday night as the undercard for the Joseph Parker vs Solomon Haumono drawcard in Christchurch.
She later admitted she hadn't been feeling well and had spent time in hospital leading up to the fight.
"I haven't been feeling the best for about a week and a half now. Yesterday it got to the point that I couldn't even walk, I was in that much pain," Khanjani explained after walking out.
She said she had spent about five hours in hospital.
"I've been quite emotional ... I always try to put a brave face, but sometimes it just gets a little bit too much," she said.
Khanjani, who many believe should have won The Bachelor because of her chemistry with Mauger, later got her own back on du Plessis-Allan when the pair sparred in the boxing ring and she landed a few blows.
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