Georgia appeared on Love Island last summer, where she coupled up with Sam Bird.
While the pair left the villa as an item, the pair's relationship broke down amid claims of cheating.
Now single, Georgia has candidly opened up about struggling with life after the ITV2 series.
“Before Love Island I was a student making dinner off £2 but now I have a lovely TV, glass lights and a big mirror in a beautiful flat, my life has completely changed," she explained. “But one thing I must say is that money does not buy happiness. The last few weeks I have been the lowest I have ever been since leaving the villa."
Georgia told The Sun newspaper: “Your highs are high but your lows are very low. It is a different lifestyle. I could be filming for the day and surrounded by people saying my name but then I go back to my empty flat on my own and it hits me.”
The famously 'loyal' Love Island contestant went on to say that she hopes Celebs Go Dating will show viewers a different side of her personality.
“It is more than just going on dates. When you go and see the agents you talk about your past, former relationships, and your behaviours. I never like to cry on camera but there have been times I’ve come close," Georgia admitted. “I hope that will be a good thing and that people will see I’m not just this loud, boisterous girl.”
The names on the new line up of Celebs Go Dating for 2019 were announced earlier this year.
Alongside Georgia, the Celebrity singletons are made up of reality star Megan McKenna, popstar and Jungle Queen Kerry Katona and Hollyoaks actress Chelsee Healey.
With the girls are a trio of single guys; The Only Way is Essex’s Pete Wicks, Ibiza Weekender head rep David Potts and Made in Chelsea’s Sam Thompson, who is returning to the show having previous failed to find a partner last time.
Celebs Go Dating will air on E4 in 2019.