'You need to have a thick skin for this': Georgia Love says she refuses to read negative comments made about her during her time on The Bachelorette
She lived in the public eye before signing up for The Bachelorette thanks to her former news presenting career.
Now, Georgia Love has explained how she keeps her head held up amongst the social media trolls.
When speaking to the Daily Telegraph on Tuesday, the 28-year-old simply said: 'Don’t read the comments.
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Keeping her head held high: Bachelorette Georgia Love has explained she refuses to read negative comments made about her on social media
'You have to have a thick skin for this sort of thing,' she added.
'Any negative feedback you’re going to get will come anyway and I just take it in my stride'.
Before appearing on the show, Georgia admitted she was scared she'll face similar public criticism like Bachelor Richie Strahan did after he picked Alex Nation over Nikki Gogan in the finale.
Staying away: The 28-year-old said: 'You have to have a thick skin for this sort of thing. Any negative feedback you’re going to get will come anyway and I just take it in my stride'
Firing line: Following her debut as The Bachelorette, fans of the reality TV show took to social media to complain about the sound of her voice
'It's frightened me a bit,' she told News Corp.
She added: 'To have Australia tell them that they are wrong or that they shouldn't feel that way about each other is truly awful and it has frightened me a bit as to what any reaction to my series might be.'
Following her debut as The Bachelorette, fans of the reality TV show took to social media to complain about the sound of her voice.
Many users said they found her measured tone irritating and some suggest she is interviewing her dates.
'How many episodes is it going to take Georgia to lose the polished newsreader voice and look of feigned interest,' one Twitter user asked.
Another said the former journalist's voice made it hard to distinguish between the reality dating show and an episode of ABC News.
Before signing on as the second Australian Bachelorette, the brunette beauty was a newsreader for WIN News in Tasmania.
Which is it? Twitter users said she continued to act like a journalist on the show, in the way she speaks and the way she interacts with the contestants
Looking for 'The One': Georgia left her job and abandoned her career in search of love
Determined to find 'The One', she quit her job and thriving career to take a chance on the popular television series.
'I think that people would probably think that I've got a really great life, that I've got everything, but there's something missing,' the TV journalist explained on the first episode of the season.
Speaking to host Osher Gunsberg, she said after dedicating years of her life to work, she had a sudden change in priorities.
'I thought that that's what I wanted and that's all I wanted from life. But it's just not everything,' she said.
Looking for love: The Bachelorette screens on Wednesday and Thursday at 7.30 on Network 10
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