The pair refused to recouple after being forced to split up in a twist earlier in the week.
After being voted into the bottom three couples by the public in a vote last weekend, Georgia and Sam faced a tough decision in Monday night's show. Host Caroline Flack revealed that they would have to leave the villa - or split up in order to stay.
While the pair decided to split and stay, they found being apart too much and refused to recouple with other people. As a result, they lost their place in the villa and left together.
Before getting with Sam, Georgia caused a stir in the villa when she went on a date with 'new Jack' and the pair shared a kiss.
Both insisted it was the other that initiated it, but now Georgia has confessed she was the one in the wrong.
Speaking after leaving the villa, she explained: "Now I have watched it, my opinion has slightly changed… I remembered it in a different way to what happened! That’s not how I thought it went!
"After seeing the clip, I am a bit embarrassed for saying I didn’t kiss Jack when I went back to the villa."
Georgia continued "I am still glad I picked him to go on a date in the first place because I had to pick the people that made me laugh the most which was Jack and Sam. Sam was more nervous on the date because he really cared whereas I don’t think Jack was that nervous. I don’t have any regrets.
"I always do what I want to do, that’s me. I’m very genuine and I’m very real. I say it how it is. It gets me into bother sometimes but that’s the way I am. Love Island is a TV show at the end of the day but it is real people, real life, real emotions and if anyone is going to be real on there, it’s going to be me."
But now Georgia insists Sam is the only man for her.
She said: "I think I honestly realised he was the one for me after the Beach Club twist. If I felt the way I did now when we were at the Beach Club, we would have left together then.
"However, the fact that we went through that experience helped our relationship grow together and made us realise that we were meant to be because no matter who went into the villa after that, my head definitely wouldn’t have been turned."
Love Island 2018 continues nightly at 9PM on ITV2.