GEORGINA RODRIGUEZ dazzled in a sparkly dress as she stole the show at the 2024 Joy Awards.
The gorgeous 29-year-old, the Spanish model and social media influencer who has been with the superstar since 2016, has enjoyed an epic few days in the Middle East.
Georgina firstly stunned at the star-studded Globe Soccer Awards in Dubai last week as she posed in a lace mini dress.
That was when she accompanied her Al-Nassr forward fella Ronaldo as he won the Fans’ Favourite Player of the Year award at the do.
But she took centre stage last night in a sparkling Lena Bena Berisha dress back in Saudi Arabia.
Georgina matched her outfit with a glamorous diamond necklace, black gloves and heels at the Joy Awards, which is part of Riyadh Season and hosted by the GEA.
It is in line with the goals of Saudi Vision 2030 and has been billed as the largest celebration of entertainment creators in the Arab world.
But it was Georgina’s followers that were celebrating her glitz and glamour after she posted a number of snaps of herself at the bash.
Along with a love heart and star emoji, she captioned them with: “What a magical night at the #JoyAwards.”
One of her 56.1 million followers replied by telling her that she was “on fire” as another called her “stunning”.
Another admirer asked: “Why are u so beautiful?”
“You shine like a real diamond,” commented another fan.
A fifth said they were “speechless” after viewing the snaps while a sixth said that she looked “so eloquent”.
And a seventh even declared: “Ronaldo is one lucky man!”
Meanwhile, Georgina’s man has claimed that awards are “losing credibility” after being snubbed by the Ballon d’Or and Fifa’s The Best.
The 38-year-old former Manchester United star left top level football to join Al-Nassr 12 months ago.
He has scored 54 goals since then but he was still not named on the 30-man shortlist for the Ballon d’Or, which was won for an eighth time by rival Lionel Messi.
Ronaldo also failed to make The Best awards’ men’s player of the year shortlist but he did collect two other prizes at the Globe Soccer Awards as he added Best Middle East Player and Best Goal Scorer gongs to the fan one.
But he took aim at his Ballon d’Or and Best Awards snubs by saying: “I think that, in a way, these awards are losing credibility. We have to analyse the entire season.
“It’s not to say that Messi didn’t deserve it, or Haaland or even Mbappe. I simply no longer believe in these awards.
“And it’s not because I won at Globe Soccer. But there are facts, there are numbers. And the numbers don’t deceive.
“They can’t take this trophy away from me because it’s a reality. So it makes me even happier, because the numbers are facts.”