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Holly Hagan: 'I wish I'd followed Kyle'

Published 09/12/2015

Holly Hagan
Holly Hagan

Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan has discussed her ex Kyle Christie's departure from the reality show.

Holly Hagan's world was turned "upside down" when her ex-boyfriend Kyle Christie left Geordie Shore, with the star regretting not running away with him.

The 23-year-old reality TV star was left heartbroken when her former beau made an exit during filming in Greece this summer (15), with Kyle explaining the decision was made after discovering his grandfather had been diagnosed with cancer. His romance with Holly had been on the rocks for some time and some of Kyle's last scenes were of them arguing. Despite breaking up with him in November (15) amid claims he had been unfaithful, Holly admits his departure took a toll on her.

"My world turned upside down," she sighed to Britain's Star magazine. "They cut out the bit where he got on the boat and I ran downstairs to start packing my stuff to go with him. I had the producers in my ear going, 'He doesn't want you. Why would you go with him?' Part of me wishes I'd run off with him to see what happened."

Kyle previously explained he'll always love Holly but he felt Geordie Shore was more important to her than he was. Holly too insists she'll always have feelings for her former flame, though finally feels it's time to call it a day. Towards the end she found it difficult filming opposite Kyle, as their castmates would often turn against them due to their constant arguments.

"It was (hard), but we had f**king Charlotte (Crosby) and Gary (Beadle) to deal with," she reasoned.

Friends with benefits Charlotte and Gary - known as Gaz - recently sparked rumours of a romance when Holly filmed them kissing and sent it out as a Snapchat. Despite Charlotte insisting they're just friends prior to this, it seems there's still a spark between them.

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