And she admitted that she would definitely be interested in branching out into TV at some stage in her career.
"Georgia's such a good girl, she's going to do amazing from the show and I'd love to do something similar," she told the Diary.
"I really enjoyed filming Come Dine With Me, we all got on brilliantly and the production crew were just great. I couldn't have asked for better people to work with."
In good news for her Irish fans, she has also ruled out a return to the Big Apple anytime soon -- despite being signed to Donald Trump's New York agency.
She explained how she's happy in Ireland right now and is so busy with modelling here, she has no plans to head back to America.
"Work is going pretty well so I have a good thing going," she added.
She also reckons that winning Miss Universe Ireland was a "bit of a curse", given that she has been single ever since her win in 2010.
But she reckons that men don't find her that intimidating, despite her 5ft 10in height and stunning looks. "I'm pretty much a normal girl. I'm not stuck up and I talk to anyone," she said.