However, it seems Georgia isn't overly fussed, as she appreciates just how "tricky" it was to enter the villa with only one male target in mind: Hugo.
"It was really tricky to go in and only have the one person I was interested in. When that didn't pay off, I knew I was up shit creek without a paddle," Georgia explained after receiving the chop.
"They were all lovely boys but I know what I'm looking for and none of them are it. A lot of the couples in there, they're the right pair for one another, so I would have felt awful, selfish and really unkind if I'd ripped a couple apart if I wasn't wholly invested."
The marketing executive also weighed in on arriving at the villa alongside fellow bombshells Tyler Cruikshank and Abigail Rawlings.
"It was nice to go in as a little 'ménage à trois' with Tyler and Abigail," said Georgia.
"Tyler was my sounding board in there. I'm really happy it is working out so well with him and Kaz. [They] had this meteoric rise. It's 100% genuine. It was almost instantaneous. I genuinely think that's the real deal."
Love Island airs on ITV2, and is available via catch up on ITV Hub, with episodes available the following morning for BritBox subscribers.
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