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Fans praise ‘brave reason’ why Love Island All Star’s Georgia Harrison didn’t take part in heart rate challenge

Fans praise ‘brave reason’ why Love Island All Star’s Georgia Harrison didn’t take part in heart rate challenge

The 29-year-old opened up about why she kept things 'PG'

Many Love Island fans cosied up on their sofas on Monday evening (12 February) to get their latest fix of all the bombshell revelations, hilarious blunders and chaotic relationship drama we've all been religiously following this season.

Last night's episode brought with it 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 Harrison didn't partake in this year's challenge and has since been praised for the 'brave reason' behind her decision.

While she stunned in a bunny costume, the 29-year-old opted to throw flower petals over the lads instead of doing a sexy dance and fans raced to social media to share their praise for her choice following the recent revenge porn ordeal she's had to endure.

Stephen Bear was released from prison last month (24 January) after serving 11 months for releasing a sex tape of his ex Georgia.

Georgia Harrison didn't partake in last night's heart rate challenge.

The 34-year-old was sentenced to 21 months in prison last year on 'revenge porn' changes against the former dating show favourite.

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

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

After the ordeal, Georgia has gone on to be an advocate and activist working towards tackling violence against women.

Fans praised the islander for putting her own spin on the challenge.

She previously explained why she wanted to keep her All Stars appearance 'PG', saying: "I wasn’t sexually active the first time around, but this time I’m very aware that I am a role model for young women out there so, to be honest I would like to keep my experience PG and that is my intention for the show quite frankly.

She continued: "I am really proud of how I’ve held myself in the media up until now. I took all this into account when deciding to go in as my campaigning is going so well and I’m really making strides in the political sector."

Fans were quick to share their praise on social media with one X, formerly Twitter, user writing: "I think we all forget the sh*t Georgia H has been through like she doesn't have to sexy dance for no one on camera, you do you, girl."

"Georgia H not wanting to take part in this challenge is perfectly okay and extremely valid, after what she’s been through it’s so understandable," penned a second.

A third chimed in: "Georgia H only throwing rose petals out because of her trauma has made me WEEP REAL TEARS."

"After what Georgia H has been through, nothing but massive respect for her," added a final viewer.

Featured Image Credit: ITV/Instagram/Georgia Harrison

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