Love Island star Georgia Steel has discussed her fears of appearing on more reality TV shows as she vows to keep her work and private life more separate.
Chatting to hosts Bobby Norris and Stephen Leng on Access All Areas, the 23-year-old discussed her career since rising to fame on Love Island three years ago.
The brunette beauty, who previously studied acting and appeared in a CBBC sitcom, now considers herself a full time influencer: “I love doing my influencing shooting now. That’s what I like to focus on more.”
She continued: “Doing influencing and doing campaigns and stuff I love because you go to work, or you get your picture, and then you go home. There’s a line between work and going home.”
Despite appearing on many reality shows since leaving the famous villa, including Ex On The Beach and Celebs Go Dating, she explained that doing television can ‘be a bit difficult’.
Georgia’s love life has been far from private since rising to fame, from her short-lived engagement to Ibiza Weekender star Calum Izzard in 2020, to being scammed out of thousands of pounds from her conman ex in 2019.
Discussing why she’s ready to keep her private life off camera, she said: “I feel like sometimes with doing reality and stuff, there’s a fine line between private life and work. And I think for me I like the separation of my life and work.”
Although the star hasn’t entirely ruled out future appearances on our screens, she noted that it’s not her number one priority: “I’d never say no to more telly. I think I would just be more mindful of what I would do now.”
Listen to the full episode of Access All Areas, also featuring Russell Watson and Flavia Cacace, here.