Gemma Collins rules out Mick romance
'The Only Way is Essex' star Gemma Collins has ruled out any chance of her romancing nightclub owner Mick Norcross.
The Only Way is Essex's Gemma Collins has ruled out a romance with co-star Mick Norcross.
The car saleswoman spent a large part of series two trying to woo the nightclub owner, but saw her efforts rebuffed when he admitted he had a crush on Nicola Goodger.
However, the 30-year-old star has now given up all hopes of a relationship with the hunky older man.
Speaking at the launch of Playstation 3 computer game 'Resistance 3' last night (31.08.11), she told BANG Showbiz: "Me and Mick aren't really going to happen I'm afraid. He's a great guy but it's just not to be. It's a shame but that's how it goes.
"I'm really looking forward to the next series though and who knows what will happen on the romance front. You can never say never."
At the launch Gemma took part in '...And Darkness Descended' - an immersive theatre experience which involved her and her 'team' being dropped into a dark warehouse and tasked to get out a maze of rooms dressed to look like a post apocalyptic future - but she was so freaked out she had to leave half way through.
She said: "I had to duck out halfway through. I really needed a cigarette and it was scary in there. There were people coming at me, and so much noise and stuff, it was pretty crazy, I thought they were going to get me at one point!"
Gemma was not the only celebrity to take on the challenge and head into the maze, 'Twilight' star Kristen Stewart - who is filming 'Snow White' in London - braved her way through it and came out the other side looking suitably frightened, while Theo Hutchcraft from pop group Hurts came through looking relatively calm and collected.
PlayStation 3's 'Resistance 3 game' is released on September 9th, for more information on '...And Darkness Descended' and the game, visit www.facebook.com/playstationaccess