After the four girls with the lowest public votes were revealed, the boys chose to replace Georgie with new girl Sam Dewhurst.
Here’s what Georgie had to say after leaving The Lodge:
How do you feel now that you are out of Survival of the Fittest?
I feel absolutely gutted that I’m out. I would do pretty much anything to go back in and continue fighting. I saw myself going to the end and fighting to the end to make sure the girls won.
The girls were disappointed in Lottie’s performance in the Team Challenge – how do you feel about that now?
I do think that having Lottie on the team is not the best thing for the girls. Every challenge she goes to, she puts half an effort in so I’m not sure how it’s going to work for the girls having a dead weight on their team.
Have you got any regrets about your time in The Lodge?
I don’t have any regrets about my time in The Lodge but I do think I wish that I hadn’t trusted Ryan and James so much towards the end as it turns out they don’t have much loyalty to me. So if I could go back, I probably wouldn’t have made so much effort with them.
Who do you think will win – the girls or boys?
If I am replaced by someone who performs the way that Lottie did, then the girls don’t have a chance. I feel like if I was in there, they would stand a chance.
Tia left on day two of Survival of the Fittest after the girls lost the team challenge on Sunday night’s episode and a public vote saw her get the lowest number of votes. Here’s what she had to say:
We saw you enter with Warren holding hands – did you fancy any of the Boys or were you all about staying loyal to the Girls?
100 per cent I was always staying loyal to the Girls. I did take a bit of a liking to Warren. I thought he dropped a few hints to me and little compliments. There was definitely something there. Maybe if I’d been in there a bit longer, something might have blossomed but obviously I would have tried to stay focussed on being loyal to the Girls team.
Do you think any of the Girls might be tempted by the enemy?
We thought Georgie fancied Ryan and vice versa but when we asked Georgie, she said no. He was a little puppy dog sometimes. If she was frying her eggs, he’d be there. If she was on the lounger, he’d be there. I guess everyone looks for their opposite to chat with.
Now you’ve been in The Lodge, who do you think will win the show – Girls or Boys?
The girls, 100 per cent. I hope Jenny is on the winning team and I believe she will win. She is a fighter, like I’m a fighter, and we will fight until the end. I’m rooting for Jenny 100 per cent.
An ITV spokesman said: “Dani injured her shoulder during the recording of a challenge. She was attended to by on site medics and taken to hospital as a precautionary measure. As Survival Of The Fittest involves physical challenges which she wouldn’t be able to take part in, Dani isn’t in a position to be able to return to The Lodge and will therefore leave the show.”
After having to leave the show, Dani said: “For medical reasons, I can’t take part in any of the challenges because I am no use in a sling. I will just be sitting around and not be able to compete and I’m not meant to move [my arm] for a week so it wouldn’t be fair and there is just no point. I’ll just be an extra spare part if I carry on like this.
“I haven’t stopped training since Christmas. I’ve been dieting. I did Tough Mudder last year and I didn’t even hurt myself then. I’ve been constantly training up until now and now I’ve gone and dislocated my shoulder. It is what it is I suppose.
“My experience in the lead up to going into The Lodge was just amazing, I can’t put it into words how amazing it was so I am absolutely gutted that I can’t do any of the challenges. If I could go back and not dislocate my shoulder, I would definitely change it. I hope this isn’t the last you’ve seen of me.”