He spent just two days in a love island villa, which upset fans that he was ‘robbed’ of screen time, and now Georgia Townend is back at work.
Happy to be back after working at Georgia Superstore China Liddell. ITV2 dating show. Which did not go as planned.
Leo Island, a 28-year-old girl from Essex, was shining after returning to her marketing role weeks after the final.
Marketing executive Georgia has returned to normal life just a few weeks after her brief visit to Love Island, where she hoped to find love.
She told fans on Instagram that she has a degree in food and nutrition and joined Liddell on a graduate scheme six years ago.
“I had a great day,” he said after his first day in office.
“I made it, the first day in the office for literally years.”
Georgia, from Essex, looked at Hugo Hammond as she entered the Mallorca villa.
But she was kicked out of the show when her love interest decided to join Chloe Bros instead.
Her sense of humor has since earned her the nickname “Lowest Love Island Star” by fans.
He has won hearts with his humorous posts on Instagram, including a video mocking the ‘weird’ Liu Island Reunion show.
“After I said two words in reunification of the world’s most unshakable love island,” he said.
One Georgia fan said, “We really came back to see more of you.”
Another said, “No, Georgia was looted and after seeing it on unseen pieces, so were we.”
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Speaking on Instagram, Georgia admitted: “I entered the villa with honest intentions, I hoped that despite the unconventional way, there could be a real possibility of meeting someone.
“Unfortunately, things don’t always turn out as you expect, but if you learn a lesson it’s always worth the tuition fee.
“Before I applied, I knew I had a problem with the island.
“I’m in make-up, I can’t do anything to save my life, and apparently I have a terrible fashion sense, but despite these obvious shortcomings, I want to represent the ordinary girls who are still struggling.” It’s not that the social media associated with appearing on the show is interested in equity, and has a real desire to find someone. “
He added: “I value my honesty above all else, and I did not want to spend my time in a place where it is illegal or have to break joints to protect my skin.
“While that meant I was probably on the peninsula, it meant I walked in with my dignity and respect.”