GEORGIA Toffolo looked stunning in a plunging mini dress and thigh high boots as she arrived at Lottie Moss’s birthday bash last night.
The I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here winner looked ready to party at celeb hotspot Tape nightclub.
Copyright © 2018 BACKGRID UK Georgia Toffolo looked stunning in a plunging mini dress and over-the-knee boots as she arrived at London’s Tape nightclub for Lottie Moss’s birthday bash last night
Lottie – younger half sister of super model Kate – turned 20-years-old on January 9.
She also opted for black, turning up in long-sleeved PVC mini dress.
Toff later swigged back a frothy cocktail, as she shared a “girls night” snap of herself and fellow Made In Chelsea star Emily Blackwell.
The jungle star’s appearance comes a couple of days after she failed to win over This Morning fans with her interview efforts.
WENN.com Toff’s career has gone from strength to strength after winning I’m A Celeb Copyright © 2018 BACKGRID UK Georgia is enjoying letting her hair down, a month after leaving the jungle Instagram Georgia shared a snap of herself on Instagram with fellow Made In Chelsea star Emily Blackwell Getty – Contributor Lottie Moss opted for a PVC mini dress
She was slammed by viewers shamelessly flirting with Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg.
The I’m A Celebrity 2017 winner interviewed the politician for Friday’s show, and introduced him as “rather dishy”.
The segment was about Prime Minister Winston Churchill, to coincide with the launch of film The Darkest Hour.
She visited the Churchill War Room, Blenheim Palace and the Houses of Parliament to learn about the former PM.
ITV / THIS MORNING Toff’s flirty interview technique did not go down with This Morning’s viewers
But her flirtatious interview technique did not go down too well with viewers at home, who took to Twitter to make their feelings known.
One wrote: “Toff is insufferable on this morning talking about her ‘hero’ Winston Churchill and ‘dishy’ Jacob Rees-Mogg 🤮”
Another said: “WHY has Toff got a slot on This Morning- does me head in just let me watch Gordon Ramsay make his chicken bake pls x”
A third said: “Yes Toff, of course you feel ‘things went on here’ about the Cabinet war rooms. *nods slowly* #thismorning”
Toff’s segment was about Prime Minister Winston Churchill, to coincide with the launch of film The Darkest Hour.