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Jessica Wright: James Hill is good looking!

Published 16/10/2015

Jessica Wright
Jessica Wright

TOWIE star Jessica Wright could be interested in starting a romance with James Hill – but she’d have to check him out online first.

TOWIE beauty Jessica Wright has admitted Celebrity Big Brother winner James Hill is a “good-looking guy” after he called her his perfect girl.

Earlier in October (15), the reality star admitted the brunette beauty had caught his eye in an interview with Britain’s OK! magazine.

“I'm still looking for Mrs Hill. Has Jessica Wright got a boyfriend? She seems like my type of girl,” he queried. “Maybe Mrs Right could be Miss Wright?”

It was a flattering moment for the 30-year-old who admitted she could be interested, but does worry a bit about his colourful dating history.

“That was really sweet of him,” she smiled to MailOnline when asked about James’ comments. “He’s definitely a good-looking guy… I didn’t really watch CBB, so I don’t know too much about him – except that he's been linked to a few girls. But I’ll have to have a little look online and check him out!”

Among the CBB star’s rumoured romances are former TOWIE babe Jasmin Walia and Hollyoaks’ Stephanie Waring. But if he wants Jessica to be next, he needs to fight off stiff competition in the form of The Only Way is Essex’s Pete Wicks.

“Pete’s always been a big fan of mine and made a big effort, tried again and again to ask me out,” she revealed. “We hit if off like a house on fire in Marbella and had a laugh. I like him as a person but we’ve only ever had a cheeky snog.

“We’ve not been on a date on our own really, but I might go out with him soon because he’s tried so hard. Girls definitely love him!”

But after her tough breakup from Ricky Rayment, Jessica isn’t looking for a new boyfriend.

“I don’t want to get into a relationship and Pete knows that. I’m looking for something casual,” she clarified.

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