I’m A Celebrity 2017 Winner Georgia Toffolo Hits Back At Cruel Trolls Who Make Comments About Her Skin
Toff took to Twitter to urge fans to 'make each other feel confident' after she received the nasty remarks.
Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo had an incredible end to her 2017, winning the hearts of the public and the I’m A Celebrity... Queen of the Jungle title after being an absolute star at handling some awful tasks and dealing with the trials and tribulations of camp life.
However, despite her achievements, it seems nothing can keep those cruel social media trolls from writing their awful remarks (sigh), with Toff hitting back after they made comments about her skin.
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Taking to Twitter to speak about the comments she’s received, the Made In Chelsea star wrote: “Just read some lovely comments about - how I should go and “buy some clearasil” and “I hope he likes girls with massive spots like Toff”.
She added some wise words of wisdom, telling followers: “We need to be making each other feel confident not being cruel and unkind (sic).”
Hear hear, Toff.
Fans were quick to share their lovely messages of support, with 2016 jungle queen Scarlett Moffatt tweeting: "Toff you are a beautiful soul! Inside and out! I’ve learnt that not everybody is kind, but don’t let their negativity bring you down. You are living the dream my lovely."
We couldn't have said it better ourselves, Scarlett.
The beaut reality TV star, who has recently been linked to Charles Goode, previously spoke about her skin during a post-I’m A Celebrity interview with The Sun, where she revealed why she wore make-up in the jungle.
Toff explained: “I honestly wouldn’t have been able to look any of my campmates in the eye if I didn’t have my make-up on. When producers told me (make-up) was banned I broke down in tears and said, ‘I can’t do this’.
“I’ve been to the doctors so much over the years. It’s a medical problem and I’ve been on strong tablets for six months trying to get rid of them. So show bosses agreed that, because it was a medical problem, I was allowed to put foundation on once a day in the morning.
“I wish I could walk around with no make-up on but I have big angry red marks all down the side of my cheeks. Some people don’t understand how badly it affects my confidence and upsets me.”
You'll always be a queen to us, Toff.
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