"Genuinely shocked that @iainlee has just come third place, wanted him to beat jamie so bad", said another. Both have a claim in the young star, with ITV broadcasting I'm A Celebrity and Channel 4 airing Made In Chelsea, on which Toff first made her name, but it remains to be seen how Toff will decide to progress her future. Hopefully we'll be seeing a lot more of her on our screens.
In the past, I'm A Celeb stars such as Ferne McCann and Vicky Pattison have gone on to have presenting jobs on shows such as This Morning and Loose Women thanks to their popularity on I'm A Celeb.
Toff has also been inundated with a series offers as she moaned about not having plans for New Year's Eve.
"You have so much time to think because there are no distractions", she said of her time in the jungle.
According to The Mirror, a source close to Georgia said: "Georgia is in a enviable position now".
Toffolo, 23, is known for appearing on E4's Made in Chelsea, joining in the seventh series.
US, Japan and South Korea host joint missile tracking drills
The exercises were held as tensions with North Korea continued to increase over Pyongyang's rapidly emerging weapons programs. Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera is asking for funds to build an Aegis Ashore ballistic missile interceptor system.
"It's a real old-fashioned TV tug of war between the channels".
I'm A Celebrity queen of the jungle Georgia Toffolo has welcomed the prospect of bumper pay cheques on the back of winning the show, saying "I haven't paid my rent".
The shocked reality star, known as Toff, was crowned by Ant and Dec on Sunday evening after more than nine million votes were cast.
This won't be the last we see of the new Queen of the Jungle!
She had even more fans than Scarlett previous year, as bookies said she's been the most popular campmate ever.