The third season of Too Hot to Handle ended last night with the reveal of this season’s winner and two runners-up. Georgia Hassarati, 26, from Brisbane, Australia, took home third place and will be receiving $50,000 in prize money. The season’s top two contestants—Kazumi Okada and Andrew Gates—will be competing against each other in next week’s finale episode. ‘Too Hot to Handle’ Season 3: Georgia Hassarati Comes in Third Place
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Too Hot to Handle (season 3) : Georgia Hassarati 26 Brisbane, Australia Episode 1 Episode 10 Third place
Georgia could not have hoped for a better outcome after finishing third overall in this season of Too Hot To Handle. On top of her knowledge from her nutrition and dietetics course, she proved herself as a strong contender for the title. She finished her first cook off challenge by coming out on top against East Brunswick & Broadmeadows. In the quarter-finals, she was defeated by Ivanhoe which put her into the final three. Despite only being able to make it into third place overall, Georgia has made a name for herself with an impressive display of culinary skills that will take her far in life!
In the first episode of Season 3, 30-year-old chef, racecar driver and restaurateur, Georgia Hassarati is given the task of cooking her family’s secret Georgian dish. This dish was very well received by judges, but at the same time they found it too hot to handle. The third challenge she participates in is Eating Queensland oysters raw from a reef with no gloves. She finishes strong but misses the top spot by a narrow margin of only 7 points. In episode 10, while learning how to surf, she competes against other contestants in eating 15 urchins within two minutes. While this challenge didn’t seem as difficult as the others for her, she still managed to come in third place after finishing four urchins (she finished five).
With three rounds left, she has a tough decision ahead of her whether or not to risk making more dishes that are too hot for people to handle or stick with what works best for her.
Dressed for success
Stylish Aussie import, Georgia Hassarati, was a favorite for the majority of Season 3’s episodes. Unfortunately she came up short on the last one and finished third overall.
She wakes up every morning with a face full of sunscreen, which she then applies 30 minutes before leaving the house. This is also her last step in her makeup routine, with just powder and lip gloss on top.
I wash my hair with Malibu C Hard Water Shampoo and Conditioner every other day, use Rodial’s Hydro Oil Hair Mask for ten minutes once a week, and Moroccanoil Argan Stem Cell Intense Hydrating Treatment on damp hair before blow drying. I try not to shampoo or condition daily because it over-strips the hair of its natural oils. I always make sure my bangs are long enough so they won’t touch my face when I bend down.
What she ate during the week
Monday The first day of my challenge, I noticed that the prep recipes were already prepared for me and ready to go. All I had to do was cook the meat with a little olive oil. I tried to get creative on Day 2 and made a kind of pulled pork sandwich with sweet and sour sauce, but it didn’t taste as good as expected. On Day 4, I did another classic prep meal which was breakfast sausage patties with tomatoes and scrambled eggs with cheese, plus three slices of toast.
Even if you don’t have time for an hour-long gym session, 10 minutes is still better than nothing. But, if you’re short on time, try the 30/30 rule—do a 30-second work out every day for 30 days. Each exercise will only take up about as much time as a video and provide sustainable benefits that last past the week.
Georgia Hassarati has been a crush for many people and is quite easy on the eyes. In this show, she came in third place. This shows that her personality makes her great for being an influencer. If you want to learn more about Georgia, head over to YouTube and find a video on how she does what she does!
Favorite memory/moment of being on the show
I had a blast on the show. The producers, directors, cameramen and crew were all amazing people. One of my favorite moments was when I woke up one morning and jumped on top of the Big Brother house (literally) with a big sign that said Eat Healthy or Die. I found out the hard way that this is not something you can do!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Georgia from Too Hot To Handle doing now?
This season of Too Hot To Handle is over and I want to recap who was eliminated and where they are now.
Eliminated this week was Georgia, who ended up coming in third place overall. She has a lot of great plans for the future, including hosting a new show with her sister Delilah. With her outgoing personality and her previous expertise with family-related TV shows, she’s sure to do well!
Is Georgia from Too Hot To Handle dating?
The third season of the show, Too Hot To Handle, has officially come to an end. Australia’s very own and youngest bikini personal trainer, Georgia Hassarati takes third place. An Olympic gymnast turned fitness guru, she might not have made it into first or second place but she sure did change a lot of people’s lifestyles for the better as well as showcased her skills during every challenge and what she learnt throughout her time on this competition.
How old is Georgia on to hot to handle?
Despite being one of the youngest contestants on season three of Too Hot To Handle, 22-year-old Australian Georgian Hassarati has come in third place!
The show revolves around cooking challenges that have been given by ‘host’, Yotam Ottolenghi, but this time around competitors will be told the ingredients beforehand. The grand prize? 10,000 pounds.
What is Georgia from too hot to handles Instagram?
It is with mixed emotions that I announce my elimination from Too Hot To Handle. It has been an incredible 10 weeks that I will never forget. It’s true what they say – it’s not how you win, but how you lose. I’m going to be walking away with memories and friendships I will carry with me for the rest of my life.