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Chloe Ferry: ‘Two drinks gets me mortal’

Published 21/11/2016

Chloe Ferry
Chloe Ferry

Chloe Ferry doesn’t think the line-up for this year’s Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! is very good.

Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry starts to forget what she’s done after only two drinks.

The Newcastle lass, who last week (ends20Nov16) was kicked out of the Geordie Shore house for attacking co-star Zahida Allen but was reinstated five days later, is known to viewers for her drunken behaviour.

Her boozing got too much for producers though when she allegedly kicked newcomer Zahida in the head repeatedly, after flying into a jealous rage over her on-off boyfriend Marty McKenna.

“Yeah all the time,” she told Cover Media prior to her recent drama when asked if she ever wakes up questioning what she's done the night before.

“Everyone knows how drunk I get, and I’m like ‘what have I don’t this time?’ I literally have two drinks and that’s it I don’t remember anything I do.”

When quizzed on how her family reacts to her drunk and disorderly behaviour, which includes fighting, falling over and flashing, Chloe insists they’re fine with what she does.

“Nah they wouldn’t dare,” she said about her family calling her up. “They love it. Everyone knows how I am in my family.”

As well as the Newcastle-based reality show, Chloe is also concentrating on building up a beauty and fashion empire. She already has her own eyelash range and also recently launched a lip gloss collection. On top of this she designs clothes with online retailer Lasula (lasula.co.uk).

The 21-year-old has also stated an interest in taking part in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, though doesn’t think much about 2016’s line-up, which includes fellow Geordie celebrity Scarlett Moffatt from Gogglebox.

“I don’t really think there’s a good lineup this year. (Carol Vorderman) Who’s that? I don’t watch Loose Women, I don’t watch any programmes on TV. I watch Corrie and I watch Dance Moms. That’s about it!” she laughed.

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