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That’s one way to make an entrance! Georgia Love shows off her ample cleavage in an emerald gown as she joins celebrities all dressed in green for the Wicked premiere in Melbourne

She has been vocal about her love of musicals.

And Georgia Love looked excited as she attended the premiere of Wicked The Musical in Melbourne on Thursday.

The former Bachelor star was dressed to the nines for the event, showing off her ample cleavage in a plunging emerald green bustier dress.

The former Channel Seven journalist accessorised with gold earrings, matching bracelets and a glittery bag.

She wore her brunette locks in tumbling curls and a classic makeup look of wingtip eyeliner and a glossy lip.

Georgia Love showed off her ample cleavage in an emerald green velvet dress as she joined a host of green-clad celebrities for the Wicked premiere in Melbourne on Thursday evening.

Georgia appeared to attend the event without her husband Lee Elliot, who she met and fell in love with on The Bachelorette several years ago.

The couple live in Melbourne, and Georgia recently returned to radio with a plum role on the Kyle and Jackie O Show on KIIS FM.

She signed a three-month deal to report the news alongside Byron Cooke, the fill-in breakfast presenter for KIIS FM Melbourne.

She started her career in journalism at WIN News, before her profile skyrocketed in 2016 when she was cast on Channel 10’s The Bachelorette.

The former Channel Seven journalist accessorised with gold earrings, matching bracelets and a glittery bag

The former Channel Seven journalist accessorised with gold earrings, matching bracelets and a glittery bag

She wore her brunette locks in tumbling curls and a classic makeup look with wingtip eyeliner and a glossy lip.

She wore her brunette locks in tumbling curls and a classic makeup look with wingtip eyeliner and a glossy lip.

MasterChef Australia star Andy Allen and his wife Alex also followed the green theme

MasterChef Australia star Andy Allen and his wife Alex also followed the green theme

She became a casual reporter for Melbourne’s Ten Eyewitness News, later renamed 10 News First, but was laid off in early 2021 due to budget cuts.

The role was what she described as her dream job, before moving to rival network Channel Seven in February 2021.

But Love’s TV career came to a halt seven months later after she made headlines for all the wrong reasons.

In September 2021, Love posted a video to her Instagram account asking if a cat was on the menu at a Chinese restaurant after seeing the animal in the window.

‘Store clerk or lunch?!’ she captioned her post at the time. She also posted a similar “joke” about pets and Chinese restaurants in 2013.

Tully Smyth looked loved up with her partner Ned Rohrt

Tully Smyth looked loved up with her partner Ned Rohrt

She showed off the flesh in a cut-out revealing dress

She showed off the flesh in a cut-out revealing dress

Critics claimed the images were offensive and showed a harmful stereotype about Chinese people.

Love deleted the video an hour later and apologized for “offending,” but denied at the time that the post contained racist “innuendos.”

Following a workplace investigation, Seven alerted staff via email later that week that Love had been “consulted” and reassigned to an off-camera role “with immediate effect.”

Last year, Love finally addressed the scandal after remaining quiet in the wake of the backlash.

Veteran newsreader Jo Hall dazzled in a green sparkly dress

Veteran newsreader Jo Hall dazzled in a green sparkly dress

Speaking to Stellar magazine, the media personality called out cancel culture while also apologizing for her actions.

“I hate the term cancel. To think that we have the ability to cancel someone – whether it be from their industry, their job, their family and friends. We don’t have the ability to do that,” she said.

Love said cancel culture is unfair because people aren’t given the opportunity to defend themselves in the “heat of the moment.”

She also lamented the fallout from the scandal, telling the magazine: “I had my dream job. I felt so happy every day that I could do what I loved and dreamed of doing for so long.

“So losing that on-air job – I continued to work at Seven but was taken off air because of the fallout – was probably the hardest thing for me because I’ve always put a lot of emphasis and focus on my work. and my career.’