Georgia "Georgie" Chelsea Lopez-Pierce is the eldest daughter of Brittany and Santana Lopez-Pierce. She is the older sister of Mona and Arthur Lopez-Pierce.
Georgie Lopez-Pierce was born to Brittany Lopez-Pierce and Adam Keaton (their sperm donor) on 26th Novemeber 2020 in Lima, Ohio. She had a pretty easy time of it growing up. She did get teased a little bit for being taller, having two moms and because she had braces at one point. When she turned fifteen though, she hit a rough patch. Her best friend Mikki (who she met in middle school when he transferred from Finland) was paralysed from the waist down in a car accident. Mikki, who was an avid snowboarder, couldn't deal with not being able to follow his dream and killed himself.
Georgie is almost exactly like Brittany was in high school- naive, promiscuous (perhaps even more so than her parents) and constantly happy. She does have a bit of Santana's mean streak when she's really angry but it's not common for her to lash out at people and even when she does, she always apologises profusely afterwards.
Georgie is 5'10, skinny but still athletic. Her skin is tanned and she has a few light freckles across her nose and under her eyes. She has long blonde hair which is naturally wavy and dark brown eyes. She has a tattoo on her collar bone saying "you get what you give". She uses minimal make up and often has her hair up in a loose ponytail or fish tail braid. Her normal clothes are low converses, slip on Vans, cut off denim shorts, loose tank tops, wife beaters with loose button down shirts, skinny jeans, leather trousers, Jeffrey Campbell Lita shoes, military boots, leather jackets, Ray ban aviators, long necklaces, a bandana wristband and stud earrings.
Relationships with parentsEdit
Georgie gets on great with both of her parents. She finds them both exceedingly easy to talk to. She goes to Brittany for relationship advice or if she just needs to be cheered up and Santana if she needs to vent about something that's making her frustrated or angry.
Glee, Dance team
To dance professionally one day. If she can't do that, she'd love to be a personal trainer or a sports coach at a school.