Towie star unrecognisable after getting fillers dissolved and nose job

GEORGIA Harrison looked unrecognisable as she hit the town yesterday – after having her fillers dissolved and getting a nose job.

The 27-year-old underwent the changes at the end of last year after admitting big lips were “not in fashion anymore”.

Showing off her more natural look, Georgia, who became a household name on Love Island in 2017,  wore minimal make up aside from silver eyeshadow.

She did however wear an eye-catching plunging silver dress so she couldn’t be missed.

Speaking about her decision to dissolve her lips, Georgia said: “I've had filler my whole life…It's just not in fashion to have really big oversized lips.

“I just want to show my young followers don't bother getting too much filler in or you're going to have to do this and start again.

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"So just don't, just don't."

She admitted she was now able to move her mouth more easily and indeed the rest of her face, without her “stuffed sausage lips” getting in the way.

Georgia also underwent a nose job because of “internal issues” following a first procedure shortly after she left Love Island.

In 2020, Georgia had a £6k boob job boosting her cup size from a 32B to 32C.

Before appearing on Love Island, Georgia was briefly on Towie alongside her best mate Fran Parman in 2014, when she was just 19.

She later revealed she got dropped from the show because she was “always drunk” and they had to cut scenes because they didn’t understand her.

Since Love Island,  Georgia has become one of the most successful reality stars to date and has appeared on other telly shows such as MTV's The Challenge and Ex on The Beach.

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