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Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson will bare all in debut book

Marnie Simpson will be telling all about her experiences on Geordie Shore in her debut book Stripped Bare, due to hit shelves on 1 June (17).

Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson is planning to lay the details of her life bare in her very first book.

The 25-year-old reality favourite is no stranger to hitting headlines with her attention-grabbing exploits, which have included an appearance on Celebrity Big Brother (CBB) and several celebrity relationships.

But now Marnie is gearing up to share the secrets behind the tales, in a tome entitled Stripped Bare.

She shared the cover of the book on her Instagram page on Tuesday night (11Apr17), writing alongside the picture: "So guys I have some really exciting news! I can reveal I'm releasing my autobiography, STRIPPED BARE, on June 1st.

"From Geordie girl to Geordie Shore, I reveal all. It's going to be SUCH a good read. As everyone is aware I'm not a normal girl and I'm certainly not perfect, this book is my say on everything from my life, problems, secrets and (of) course my relationships."

Marnie was involved in an on-off relationship with Geordie Shore co-star Aaron Chalmers following her debut on the MTV show, and more recently embarked on a romance with her fellow CBB housemate Lewis Bloor, which came to an end when he admitted to cheating on her.

The pretty brunette has also been open about her addiction to plastic surgery, having previously had a nose job, lip fillers, breast lift and liposuction.

These are all topics Marnie is expected to address in Stripped Bare, with the starlet continuing: "From secrets to confessions and everything else, it's been an epic experience writing my story and I hope you all love it.

"And I really can't explain how scary it's been to be so open in this book - I just hope everyone will now understand that my life isn't a fairy-tale and most of you can actually relate to many of my struggles."

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