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Vicky Pattison: I’ll never stop partying

Published 02/06/2015

Former Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison thinks “she’s only human” and can’t be expected to give up drinking.

The 27-year-old hit the headlines last month when she ended up in hospital after a drunken night out in Marbella, Spain. But Vicky, who now has her own show on MTV called Judge Geordie, thinks talk that she needs to go to rehab following the incident is ridiculous.

“I spent five years doing Geordie Shore and everyone has seen me drunk and acting daft. If they thought I was going to leave the show and leave that element of myself behind, they are misguided,” she told British newspaper The Sun. “I can go out with the girls and still be a bit silly — it’s not big, it’s not clever but it happens to the best of us. I’m only human.”

Vicky was celebrating her friend Yazmin Thompson’s hen night when things got a bit raucous and the police turned up. The brunette was renowned for her temper on Geordie Shore but she insists she doesn’t need help with any anger issues.

“I can be feisty and I can be fiery, people have seen examples of that,” she added. “But I am not in a position where I need to seek any sort of help for alcohol or temper problems. I find those claims laughable.”

While Vicky is in control of herself, she is now focusing on helping others deal with any issues they may have on her new show.

“We see everything - from feuding best friends and cheating boyfriends to bullying bosses and secret drag queens,” she said. “I’ve experienced my fair share of drama in the Geordie Shore house. And I have been through a lot personally too, so I feel I can offer a shoulder to cry on, or some advice to the folks we meet.”

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