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Georgia Harrison bravely admits why she didn’t take part in heart rate challenge on Love Island All Stars

Georgia Harrison bravely admits why she didn’t take part in heart rate challenge on Love Island All Stars

She opened up about the reason on the So Wrong It's Right Podcast

Georgia Harrison has bravely admitted why she didn’t take part in the heart rate challenge on Love Island: All Stars.

Earlier this month (12 February), many fans of the hit ITV reality TV show tuned in to watch the eagerly-anticipated heart rate challenge which sees the Islanders dress up in some ultra sexy attire and perform dances in the hopes of raising each other's heart rates.

However, Georgia didn't partake in the challenge and instead opted to throw flower petals over the lads instead of doing a flirty dance.

Since the season ended a few weeks back (19 February), the 29-year-old has now come forward to explain exactly why she chose not to get involved.

Speaking on the So Wrong It's Right Podcast in her first interview since leaving the villa, Georgia opened up about how she feels post-Stephen Bear's release.

Stephen 33, was sentenced to 21 months in prison last year on 'revenge porn' charges against Georgia.

The disgraced television personality had shared a private video of him and ex-girlfriend Georgia having consensual sex in his garden on his OnlyFans account back in August 2020.

Georgia was unaware she was being recorded on his home CCTV, however, as prosecutor Jacqueline Carey KC told attendees to Chelmsford Crown Court last year.

Georgia Harrison opened up about why she didn't partake in Love Island's heart rate challenge.

Stephen subsequently made £2,000 for selling the online footage, after which he was found guilty of voyeurism and two counts of disclosing private, sexual photos and films.

Last month, it was ruled that Bear is due to be freed in January this year, after only serving just under 11 months in prison.

Speaking to Olivia Atwood on the podcast, Georgia explained: "I feel like because so many people got to see me in a sexually vulnerable state without my permission, I just feel like they've seen enough of my sexual side, like that can be saved now for in private.

"And even if, you know, and if I was to be that way, I know for a fact I would get judged for it left, right and centre."

Georgia praised ITV for supporting her through the challenge.
YouTube/So Wrong It's Right Podcast

She continued: "Like I get judged if I put up a picture in a bikini saying, you know, oh, she's happy to be seen like that, but she's not happy to be seen in this video."

Georgia added: "When it came to the heart rate challenge, when the text come through, I thought 'Oh...'

"Heart fell out my a***hole, I thought I'd avoided this, yeah. And Anton, bless him, he straight away looked at me like, 'What are we going to do? Are you going to be alright?'"

She went on to explain that the show runners told her: "This is completely up to you. We're never going to ever pressure you to do anything you don't want to do and we are happy for you to handle this however you want to handle it."

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/@sowrongitsrightpod/ITV

Topics: Love Island, ITV, TV And Film, Celebrity, Sex and Relationships, Georgia Harrison