Georgia Townend may not have lasted long in the Love Island villa but she’s continuing to entertain newfound followers on the outside with her latest clip going down a storm.
The islander was brought in alongside Abigail Rawlings and Tyler Cruikshank as a bombshell on this year’s show.
But after failing to couple up with with Hugo Hammond, she swiftly had to pack her bags and leave again.
Luckily, the 28-year-old hasn’t taken it too much to heart and she’s been entertaining her social media followers ever since.
Her latest post – which made light of her and some of her fellow contestants short stints in the villa – left fans cracking up.
The clip she posted on Sunday night was captioned: ‘POV: I’m a @LoveIsland producer #LoveIsland.’
It features Georgia mouthing a voice track of Chris Lilley’s character, Mr G, from Summer Heights High with pictures of her fellow contestants behind her.
The clip features Georgia miming a Mr G voice track (Picture: ABC)
She goes through and jokes about the fate of some of the other islanders, commenting on whether they were ‘staying’ or ‘going’ from the show.
Georgia ends the clip with a picture of herself leaving with her suitcase after she failed to be picked in the recoupling process.
She mouths: ‘You’re rejected, sorry! Grab your bag and leave,’ before putting on a sad expression.
Georgia made light of her own exit from Love Island (Picture: Twitter @georgiatownend_)
Fans of the contestant soon reacted to the hilarious clip on her replies, with one saying: ‘LMAOO Georgia you’re a riot! We were robbed!!’
Another agreed: ‘Honey you left too soon. You are what we wanted to see more on our screens.’
‘You deserved more screen time, you’re amazing,’ wrote a third.
A fourth commented: ‘Plssss @LoveIsland make queen Georgia host of #LoveIsland. She’s incredible! Lovable and unbiased.’
Georgia was dumped from the island after Hugo picked Chloe Burros (Credits: ITV)
It comes after Georgia admitted she was meant to have a place on last year’s series before it was cancelled due to Covid-19.
She told the Daily Star Online: ‘I applied for the 2020 series but obviously that didn’t go ahead because of Covid-19.
‘The producers asked to keep my details on file and said if I was single they’d get back in contact with me, and they did!
‘I got the call last May that it wasn’t going to happen, but then they reached out to me again in January this year and asked if I was still single, which I was, so we restarted the process from there.’
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Credit: Original article published here.