In early 2010, Jacenko signed a deal with the Seven Network to star in a semi-scripted reality television show called The Sweat Box (a play on the name of her PR agency).
It was announced that the show would be similar to the US television show, The Hills, but would focus on Sydney's affluent Eastern Suburbs.
He's smart, sensitive, funny, and madly in love with his friend Roxy, but painfully shy because of his large nose.
Unfortunately Roxy tells Cyrus that she's interested in the new kid in Cyrus' Biology class, Chris Newville.
Later in 2010, Channel Seven announced that production of the show had been cancelled.
In 2013, Jacenko appeared on the Australian version of The Celebrity Apprentice.
“Fair enough for people like Cheryl Cole and Victoria Beckham – they have their own careers and fell in love with a person regardless of their profession.
“But when girls go to nightclubs just to seek out footballers, it’s degrading, it’s sad.
Reviewing the book before its official release, columnist Ros Reines suggested many of the characters were, "so thinly disguised as to almost be see-through" - that many were, in fact, caricatures of real and well-known Sydney socialites.
In a 2013 Good Weekend feature, Jacenko admitted she shared several significant character traits with the novel's main character including an "extreme" dedication to her career, a passing addiction to Nurofen and "strict" dieting..