Why did Dom and Georgia break up after 'Perfect Match'?

Here's what fans need to know about Dom and Georgia's break up

Why did Dom and Georgia break up? Pictured: Georgia Hassarati, Dom Gabriel in episode 12 of Perfect Match
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Why did Dom and Georgia break up after being crowned the Perfect Match winners?

Although fans watching from the comfort of their couch were surprised that Joey and Kariselle didn't take the top spot, they were nevertheless pleased that one of the Perfect Match couples managed to find love. (The success rate of the show isn't looking so swift.) 

"I knew you were my perfect match but I didn't realize we were the perfect match," Georgia Hassarati said of her coupling with Dom Gabriel. 

The two paired up after Francesca Farago—Dom's O.G. match—rekindled a romance with Damian Powers, causing a bit of a rift between the two Too Hot to Handle alumna. (And no one wants to feel Francesca's wrath!) 

Despite uncertainties, lingering feelings for old partners and the fact that a spot in the villa wasn't guaranteed, Dom and Georgia deepened their connection and made things work. 

“It was a very difficult atmosphere and we rose above every challenge that was thrown at us. It brought us together. It made us stronger," she told TODAY (opens in new tab)

In the same interview, they both agreed they fell hard while on the show. So, what happened between Dom and Georgia? Here's what we know.

Why did Dom and Georgia break up after 'Perfect Match'?

Although neither party has commented on why they decided to go their separate ways, it appears there's no bad blood between Dom and Georgia, as they continue to follow one another on social media, and there hasn't been any talk of ill will.

But there are several factors that could have caused their split: distance, for one, as Dom hails from Canada and Georgia is from Australia, as well as busy schedules. The two might've enjoyed staying at the villa where Perfect Match was filmed—major vacation inspo, by the way—but that didn't guarantee that their lives would line up IRL once filming ended. Additionally, there were allegedly a few disagreements between the two that viewers didn't get to see, which is understandable and totally expected for any couple. 

"I think there was a night where I had to sleep on the couch and I was kind of in the dog house," Dom joked to TODAY.

Perhaps the subject of these disagreements ultimately led to their split? If you ask the astrologers, fate was written in the stars. 

"Dom (Capricorn) and Georgia (Sagittarius) have very stark energy that can rub one another wrong, as Earth signs (such as Dom) favor loyalty, devotion and routine, while Georgia hungers for spontaneity," astrologer Kyle Thomas (opens in new tab) previously told My Imperfect Life. (Psst: check out what the Perfect Match cast zodiac signs reveal about their compatibility.) 

We'll have to wait for one of the show's winners to spill the details before we say anything for sure. Now, however, Georgia has moved on with another Netflix reality star: Harry Jowsey...who was engaged to Francesca. Needless to say, this is not a choice that sits well with Francesca. 

"I’m not going to say she’s disingenuous, but it’s just, like, sketchy, to me," she told Variety (opens in new tab) of Georgia and Harry's relationship. "And his intentions are sketchy to me. It’s just convenient that they’re back together a week before our premiere. I don’t really trust either of them."

Perfect Match season 1 is available for streaming on Netflix. 

Danielle Valente

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 

The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos, new TV shows and relationship trends.  

Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 

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