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Jennifer Metcalfe isn't interested in reality TV

Published 28/10/2015

Jennifer Metcalfe
Jennifer Metcalfe

Hollyoaks star Jennifer Metcalfe enjoyed Dancing On Ice but doesn't fancy another reality show quite yet.

Hollyoaks' Jennifer Metcalfe isn't interested in doing a reality show right now but would consider it if she fancied a "challenge".

The 32-year-old star has been a regular on the Channel 4 show since 2006, playing seductress Mercedes. Back in 2010 she had a change of scenery when she appeared on Dancing On Ice but she insists it's a one-off - for now.

"At the minute I wouldn't do any reality shows but I'd never say never," she admitted to MailOnline. "I chose to do that at a time in my life when I just fancied a different challenge so it was perfect for just then but not yet and like I said never say never."

For now Jennifer is happy with her job and boyfriend Greg Lake, who she's been with for almost three years. Despite their solid relationship, they aren't talking marriage quite yet.

"I don't believe in The One... Why (don't believe in it?) I don't know... I've just never believed in The One... Maybe I'm just not that romantic," she mused.

"We're just happy with how everything's going at the moment so we'll see (about marriage) in a few years but everything's good."

The star is certainly looking better than ever and stunned in a skin-tight red PVC dress at the Inside Soap Awards earlier in October (15). Despite her glam appearance, there won't be any dressing up for Halloween on Saturday (31Oct15).

"I feel good (in myself)... You probably get more confident as you get older and feel more comfortable in your own skin," she smiled.

"I don't really like dressing up (for Halloween)... We had a party like that last year and I went as an Ice queen or something and I did have a great time but I think this year I'll be going back (home) and taking my niece and nephew trick or treating so I'll be dressing them up."

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