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Entertainment Georgia Love's exciting new gig

01:42  04 february  2021
01:42  04 february  2021 Source:   nowtolove.com.au

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a woman smiling for the camera: Former *Bachelorette* star and journalist Georgia Love has announced her exciting new role within the media landscape - a gig at Channel 7's daily 7News. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Former *Bachelorette* star and journalist Georgia Love has announced her exciting new role within the media landscape - a gig at Channel 7's daily 7News.

Former Bachelorette star and journalist Georgia Love has announced her exciting new role within the media landscape.

The 31-year-old unexpectedly left Channel 10 last month, but has quickly found her feet again with another iconoic news organisation - Channel Seven's 7News.

Georgia announced the news in the rather apt way - standing before a camera with a 7News mic.

She simply wrote: "In some personal news … @7NewsMelbourne."

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The Bachelorette star added the hashtag, "NewBeginnings.

a woman holding a cell phone: Georgia Love has a new gig with 7News Melbourne. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Georgia Love has a new gig with 7News Melbourne.

Georgia's pals flocked to the image to share their excitement for the new role.

"Congrats x," wrote fellow Bachelor star Anna Heinrich.


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Celeb stylist Lana Wilkinson also added, "Go my girl' proud of you! Congratulations."

Melbourne socialite Bec Judd wrote one word to sum it up: "Awesome".

a smiling man and woman posing in front of a body of water: Georgia, who is engaged to her Bachelorette love Lee Elliot, was flooded with comments of support. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Georgia, who is engaged to her Bachelorette love Lee Elliot, was flooded with comments of support.

Georgia started at Channel 10 in 2017, calling it her dream job as she became a roving reporter for its daily news broadcast.

In statement this week, Network 10 commented on Georgia's swift departure: "As with any casual position, the availability of work ebbs and flows with the requirements of the company."

a group of people on a beach: It's going to be a big year for Georgia. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd It's going to be a big year for Georgia.

Georgia's new job isn't the only big thing happening for her this year - she's set to marry her fiancee Lee Elliot.

The pair, who met on The Bachelorette, got engaged in 2019.

They were planning to marry in 2020, however the COVID-19 pandemic threw plans into disarray.

No matter though - it looks like the pair have found plenty of other ways to plough forward with their happily ever after, including buying a house.

Bring on 2021, we say!

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