Former ‘Geordie Shore’ star Charlotte Crosby is set for a big reality TV comeback as she returns to ‘Celebs Go Dating’ alongside boyfriend Joshua Ritchie for some relationship counselling.
The former ‘Geordie Shore’ star is heading back to the E4 reality show – three years after she appeared on the programme looking for love – but this time she’ll be getting couple’s counselling with ‘Love Island’ boyfriend Joshua Ritchie after they got together last year.
“When we do argue, it’s quite vicious. It can get really escalated. Like, I don’t think we really know how to deal with an argument and how to really come to a good resolution.
“I think [Anna Williamson] and [Paul Brunson] could really help us with patience. They could teach us not to snap at each other, coping mechanisms, how to deal with our problems. Maybe by communication instead of just shouting.”
The next series of the dating show – set to air later this year – will be the first to feature siblings as ‘The Only Way Is Essex’ sisters Chloe and Demi Sims will appear.
Joining them will be former ‘Love Island’ contestants Jack Fincham and Megan Barton-Hanson, Blue’s Lee Ryan, 2015 ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’ campmate Lady Colin Campbell, ‘Geordie Shore’ star Nathan Henry and ‘TOWIE’ alum Lauren Goodger.
Katie Price and her man Kris Boyson were set for couples counselling on the show, and despite already filming their scenes, they had to quit due to other commitments.
They have been replaced by retired footballer Jermaine Pennant and his wife Alice Goodwin.
“We’ve joined the agency because we want to iron out some issues in our marriage. So we’re bringing to the agency our issues of trust.”
“Communication. We need to know how to communicate a little bit better I think.”