Georgia Harrison looked sensational as she walked the red carpet at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards before winning the Activist accolade at One Marylebone in London on Tuesday.
The former Love Island star, 28, who won the award for her efforts to thwart revenge porn, wore a chic black floor-length gown with a thigh-high split and cut out detail to the front.
Reality personality Georgia confidently posed in her dress which featured decorative silver stones down the front.
The halter neck piece left her bare arms on show and she showed off her long leg through the split in the dress.
She opted for a pair of silver platform heels to add a few inches to her stature and carried a matching clutch purse with her.
Glitz and glam: Georgia Harrison, 28, looked sensational in a black floor-length dress at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards at One Marylebone in London on Tuesday
The annual Glamour Women of the Year Awards celebrates some of the biggest names in biggest names in music, television, film, sport and media.
This year’s bash is hosted by comedian Katherine Ryan, her third time fronting the star-studded event.
The awards aim to highlight women who are seen as game-changers in their fields of expertise.
Prior to the ceremony, Glamour unveiled actress America Ferrara as its global honouree and UK Impact Award winner.
Along with her acting career, the Barbie star is the co-founder of two non-profit organisations Harness and Poderistas that work to create social change.
Millie Bobby Brown is also recognised as a global honouree this year for her work as an actress, author and the youngest-ever UNICEF Goodwill ambassador.
Deborah Joseph, European Editorial Director at GLAMOUR said: ‘With so many incredible women who have stepped up, raised their voice and challenged the status quo in 2023, there is plenty to celebrate at this year’s GLAMOUR Women of the Year.
‘We can’t wait to bring together the changemaking women from all walks of life for our annual celebration of feminism in all its forms.’
In style: The former Love Island star wore a chic black floor-length, backless gown with a thigh-high split
GLAMOUR WOMEN OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2023 – ALL THE WINNERS
Theatre Actor: Lily Allen
Gen Z Gamechanger: Halle Bailey
Activist: Georgia Harrison
Entertainer: Hannah Waddingham
Musician: Leigh-Anne Pinnock
Samsung Rising Star: Olivia Dean
Gamechanging Performer: Ariana DeBose
Creator (in association with Tinder): Fats Timbo
The Impact Award: America Ferrera
Sports Icons: The Lionesses
Previous winners include Kim Cattrall who took home the Screen Icon Award last year along with singer Anne-Marie who won the Musician of the Year Award.
Last week, Georgia demanded abuse cases are given priority in courts as she appeared on stage at Labour’s conference in Liverpool.
The former star of reality shows The Only Way Is Essex and Love Island spoke of her own personal long wait for justice.
Her ex-partner Stephen Bear was jailed earlier this year for posting intimate footage of her online in a ‘revenge porn’ case.
But Georgia spoke of how it took two years from the day she reported the crime for Stephen to be convicted.
She warned about the impact of long legal processes on victims of other crimes, such as rape and domestic abuse.
Georgia revealed how she now has an ‘onslaught’ of women reaching out to her for help on social media following her high-profile case.
She also called for ‘massive online platforms’ to be required to take down sexually explicit content which had been posted without consent.
Speaking out: Georgia demanded abuse cases are given priority in courts as she appeared on stage at Labour’s conference in Liverpool last week
Important: She spoke alongside shadow Home Office minister Jess Phillips (left) on a panel on the main stage of Labour’s conference
Georgia spoke of how the two-year legal ordeal she endured was ‘detrimental to my career and my mental health, which was really hard for me’.
She added: ‘But I couldn’t help but think, imagine if you were either a victim of domestic abuse or a sexual assault, if you had been raped.
‘And you get a phone call to say “actually you’re going to have to wait a whole other year to even get inside a court room”.
‘You’ve got to spend the next year of your life walking down the street not knowing if you’re going to get attacked, killed, violated – how would you live with that?
‘It would be so nice if the courts could make sure if it is a victim of sexual assault or domestic abuse – especially as in a domestic abusive relationship, that amount of time leaves the perpetrator so long to manipulate them to drop the charges – I think those sort of cases should be prioritised and 90 per cent of those victims are women.’
Jailed: Disgraced Celebrity Big Brother contestant Stephen Bear shared a sex tape of 28-year-old Georgia on adult website OnlyFans and made £2,000 from it
Georgia’s ex Stephen Bear, who won Celebrity Big Brother in 2016, was jailed for 21 months for sharing a private sex video of him and Ms Harrison on his OnlyFans website.
Georgia told the conference she wanted to see ‘massive online platforms’ be held accountable for taking down explicit content which had been posted without consent.
She said: ‘Even if it is content of a sexually explicit nature, videos or pictures, and it has been proven that it was shared without your consent, it does not become illegal content.
‘I just think it would encourage so many more victims to come forward and reach out to the police if they knew at the end of what is such a hard battle that immediately online platforms have to remove their content which should never, ever have been allowed to get there in the first place.’