These days, Georgia's living her best single life.
"I’m just focusing on me," she says. "They always say that you shouldn’t make any life-changing decisions six to 12 months after an intense thing like that so I’m sort of going with that. I just got divorced so not ready just yet!"
However, she is close with one of season eight's success stories and hopes that one day Kerry Knight and Johnny Balbuziente will officially get married again.
"I love them - they’re so beautiful as people and they’re really good together so I would love to see that," adding that she'd "love to be involved" at their hypothetical real wedding.
When asked if she'd ever take on another reality TV project in the future, Georgia has a "never say never" approach, but wouldn't do a second round of MAFS.
"I have a lot better understanding of how it all works now so it would depend," she says. "MAFS I wouldn’t do again because I had my experience and enjoyed my time and sometimes it’s best to leave it at that."
Georgia's latest project is all about educating millennial and Gen Z women on cryptocurrency and blockchain technology via TikTok.
"It’s sort of a new space where there’s been a lot of smoke and mirrors around in the last few years," she says. "I think it’s a really great way to teach millennials ways and opportunities to make extra income and this new technology in general."
Having worked in events for five years for a blockchain company in Hong Kong and going on to start her own events company with her mum, Georgia had the opportunity to travel and meet key players in the industry while blockchain was still emerging.
"With events that’s where people announce the new thing and discuss movements in the industry so it’s the best place to learn. Most of the speakers that are there are the people that are creating and changing the industry – you’re getting it from the horse’s mouth!"