In the Chariot rides, she and her district partner are seen wearing a golden outfits with designs that look like grains of wheat in the film, and mentioned to be dressed as bread in the book.
It is unknown if she showed up for training, as she was never mentioned. In the film, she was seen talking to the District 10 male and female in the waiting room for the private sessions.
During the interviews, she wore a sleeveless top and a white necklace and a black skirt over a pair of slacks matching her shirt color. After the tributes were interviewed, she, along with the other tributes, joined hands as a sign of rebellion against the Capitol.
She was launched into the arena on the pedestal situated between Finnick's and Chaff's.
It is unknown, but unlikely, that she was part of the rebel alliance. She was not mentioned when Haymitch listed the 75th Hunger Games tributes that knew something about the rebel escape plan from those Games.