The X Factor judge seems to have moved on after the appalling incident that completely shattered her once.
I could sit all day long saying I wish I'd never done this or met that person but at the end of the day, with the position I'm in, I can't exactly complain, she said. Everything's taken me to the place that I'm in and made me the person I am. It just makes you stronger, doesn't it?
Now that the star has come over the phase, she has some advice to offer: Don't just ignore it - directly deal with it. Everyone always feels it's best to ignore things and leave it, but I don't believe that, she says, according to The Sun UK.
Tulisa, who made a tearful confession in a video after learning about the sex tape, says it is important to bring out the truth even if nobody cares.
If no one else is telling the truth, you're the only one who's going to.... If people choose to believe you or don't believe you, then whatever. That's their problem, she said.
Let the rest go over your head. The haters are ants to me, she briskly added.
People are always going to judge you and that's fine - I couldn't care less - but let them judge you on the truth.
Last month, her ex-lover MC Ultra, Justin Edwards, surfaced her sex tape on web and within no time it became viral on web.
I am devastated, heartbroken. When you share an intimate moment with someone that you love and trust, you never imagine for one minute that footage may at any point be shared with the rest of the UK, Tulisa had said in her video making her stand clear in a video.