Celebrities who have returned to normal jobs as Georgia May Foote announces she’s a qualified nail technician

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Fame can be fickle and it doesn't always last, which is why it's wise to have a plan B just like Danielle Lloyd who announced her new career as a travel agent.

The model isn't alone in branching out and some of the biggest stars in the entertainment industry side hustle in jobs outside showbiz.

From working in retail to turkey farming, let's take a look at the celebrities who also have normal jobs…

Georgia May Foote

Georgia May Foote is a qualified nail technician with plans to launch her own beauty business while she’s in between acting jobs.

The actress took to Instagram to share the news that she had passed her exams and plans to juggle her work as a beautician with her acting.

The former Strictly star, who recently turned 30, has been filming for the US fantasy drama The Outpost, which is currently gearing up for its third series.

However, in her downtime between jobs, she wanted to find something else to do which is what led her to study nails.

Explaining on Instagram, Georgia wrote: "I have just filmed the job of my dreams as Falista on The Outpost, how could i ever ever turn my back on the thing i love more than life? I will NEVER give up acting but let me tell you why i am now doing nails in my downtime from acting….

"I have struggled with anxiety for many years. As an actress we receive a lot of rejection, followed by massive celebrations. Then ran off our feet, to long periods of nothing. I have learnt this 'nothing' is when my self esteem drops the most. I lose confidence and i get bloody sad."

The former soap star added: "As a creative person who loves having her nails done, i thought 'why not fill my days making other people feel good, pushing my artistic side and feeling productive?'

"I have no shame to put pride aside to put my mental health first. And neither should anyone else or even feel judged for doing so.”

Danielle Lloyd

Danielle, who has appeared on shows such as Celebrity Big Brother, recently launched her travel agency Jet Set with Danielle Lloyd after a successful career in TV and modelling.

“People often wonder how I can travel as much as I do…Let me show you how,” she said in a promo post for her new business.

As soon as travel restrictions lift, Danielle promises to help clients earn money as they travel.

Jason Manford

With comedy gigs cancelled due to the pandemic, Jason Manford switched up his microphone for a delivery van putting in a shift for Iceland.

But before you get excited that you might find the comedian at your door, his stint as a delivery driver was a PR stunt.

The budget supermarket promised to donate to the star's two favourite charities if Jason clocked in as a driver.

Cheska Hull

The former Made In Chelsea star ditched fame and relocated to Devon where she now runs the boutique with her mum.

Cheska is the co-owner of Amelia's Attic, a fashion boutique in the trendy seaside town of Salcombe.

She now prefers to live her life away from the limelight and says life in the public eye left her "anxious and depressed"

Kate Jarvis

Kate Jarvis was best known for her turn as Kat Slater’s cousin Hayley in EastEnders.

However, after her run on the soap came to an end she got a job as a store security guard at her local branch of B&M.

In an interview the Mirror, the actress revealed: “I’ve taken a step back from acting. I’ve got a job and I'm looking after my kids."

Yazmin Oukhellou

Yazmin found fame as a reality star on TOWIE where she stars alongside her other half James Lock.

However, outside the show she has kept her job working for IT and tech recruitment company in London.

JB Gill

Pop star JB swapped the stage for the barnyard and now lives life as a farmer.

His working farm specialises in producing Kelly Bronze turkeys.

His website boasts that his customers have included One Direction, Kimberly Wyatt and Little Mix thanks to the ‘unrivalled quality’ of his turkeys.

Ray Quinn

X Factor star Ray is reportedly working as a Hermes delivery driver earning £11.40 an hour, and really enjoying it.

A source told The Sun: "Times are tough and no one can be snobby about work. Ray is a hard-grafting lad, and naturally loves being on the move, doing things and seeing people

“He feared getting bored so applied for a job with Hermes and has been dropping off packages ever since."

Gemma Merna

Gemma is best known for her role as Carmen McQueen in Hollyoaks – a role that bagged her a Soap Award.

Since leaving the soap, she has quit acting to focus on her yoga and meditation practice.

Gemma’s Instagram is crammed full of snaps of her new profession which seems to be thriving.

Susan Boyle

Susan Boyle shot to fame as runner up of Britain’s Got Talent in 2012 after auditioning with her rendition of I Dreamed A Dream from Les Miserables.

Two years later, the singer was spotted applying for a job in her local Ladbrokes.

She explained to the London Evening Standard that: "I just went in on the off-chance. It was kind of a desire to be normal.

"And it was a quiet period. I just got panicky (about fame). But I wouldn't want to scrap the job I already have (music). I absolutely love it."

Mark Feehily

Mark is one fifth of noughties boyband Westlife.

However, when he’s not singing, he also runs a catering business specialising in making crepes.

In an interview on Today Fm back in 2015 Mark said: "It's going really well, we've got loads of interest and we've booked it in with a lot of the music festivals and we're talking about doing some Irish ones as well.

"People were flabbergasted at the fact that I was in the van making crepes. People kind of have this thing 'Oh, he was in Westlife a few years ago and now he's making tea'."

Adele Silva

Adele found fame on Emmerdale where she played Kelly Windsor.

After leaving the show in 2001, she was tipped for success in Hollywood and set off the make a name for herself across the pond.

However, it seems her life path has re-diverted as she was last spotted working as a shop assistant in a Ted Baker clothing store.

Tom Pearce

The former TOWIE star famous for his relationship with Lauren Goodger left the show in 2014 to pursue his career as a City trader.

Tom works alongside Chloe Meadows long term boyfriend George Wales.

The trading firm wouldn't allow either of it's employees to appear on the show.

Fran Parman

Fran left TOWIE in 2017 to pursue other projects off screen.

The reality star has since started her own company that produces phone case designs, called KaseKlo.

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