Former Apprentice star Geraldine O'Callaghan revealed that she's scarred for life after she almost burned to death as a child.
Geraldine's left arm and back are badly scarred after an accident that almost killed her when she was eight years old.
She suffered third degree burns when her shirt caught fire while she sat too near the fire in her family home.
"I was sitting at the fire around Christmas time when I caught fire," she said.
"My older sister was upstairs blow drying her hair. The shirt I was wearing was a bit baggy and it just caught fire. My sister's friend started beating me down with tea towels and pouring water on me. My sister put me into a cold shower. But she had to take me straight back out because the skin was just dripping down my back. She tried to push all the skin back up and she was rubbing Sudocrem on it."
She added: "Then my dad came in, wrapped me up in tin foil and rushed me out to Temple Street hospital."
Geraldine constantly fundraises for the hospital because she believes she would not be alive today without Temple Street and its doctors.
"What I remember the most about it - and it's so scary - still to this day what's vivid to me is the smell. The smell of burning flesh, I still smell it now," she said.
"It was the worst smell. My sister couldn't even sit beside me because the smell was so bad. It was rotten, and it took months to go."
She added: "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger; I'm a strong woman now. I'm so lucky to be alive. It's made me a fighter."
Geraldine says she doesn't care about the disfigurement from the skin grafts and the burns.
"So many people have insecurities about scars and they cover them up," she said.
"I never developed self-consciousness about it. A scar is a story, it means you went through something and you got over it. It's proof that you've lived."