Georgia Grobler Explains Why She Told Ciara Duggan She Had A Thing For Her Boyfriend On The ‘Below Deck Sailing Yacht’ Season Finale
Below Deck Sailing Yacht wrapped a dramatic first season last night with an epic season finale that gave us no shortage of drama.
On last night’s episode, Georgia Grobler confronted Ciara Duggan, revealing after a season of flirting that she did in fact have feelings for Ciara’s boyfriend and fellow deckhand, Paget Berry.
Taking to Twitter, however, it appears the two have patched things up and that Georgia has a more-than-reasonable reason for telling Ciara what she did on the finale episode.
“My friendship with @liveandsetsail is more important than how I feel and having known that she would find out when she saw the show, owning up to it was the respectful thing to do,” Georgia posted on Twitter, adding, “and it was worth it.”
Ciara, for her part, responded simply to Georgia’s tweet with a few heart emojis, implying that she is A-OK with what was discussed and shown omg the finale.
As previously reported, Below Deck Sailing Yacht is a bonafide hit for the network, averaging over 1 million viewers per episode and upping the drama over the course of the first season.
There was no shortage of drama on the inaugural season of Bravo’s Below Deck Sailing Yacht. Georgia Grobler took to Twitter following last night’s season finale to explain why she confronted her about having feelings for her boyfriend. (Photo: Bravo)
In addition to Georgia and Ciara’s drama, viewers watched Chief Stew Jenna MacGillivray and Chef Adam Glick fall in (and out) of love, and the charter guests were even suspected of bringing drugs on board. In short, it was a great finale and a great end to the first season.
Below Deck Sailing Yacht will wrap season 1 with a reunion episode airing next Monday, June 1 at 8/7c on Bravo and Slice.