Charley Speed admits judge tension
'Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model' judge Charley Speed admits things can get ''scratchy'' between himself and the other panelists on the programme
Charley Speed admits the 'Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model' judges get "scratchy" with one another.
The 31-year-old model - who is joined on the panel of the programme by Elle Macpherson, Julian MacDonald and Grace Woodward - says tensions arose when they were travelling the country looking for budding catwalk talents, but insists it is normal when spending so much time together.
He said: "We have fun on the road but there are times when we're tired and we're all becoming a bit scratchy. If you spend too long with anyone, you start getting a bit irritated".
Charley admits all of the judges are looking for different things in aspiring models, but believes their varied outlooks are good for the show.
He told BANG Showbiz: "We all know each other a lot better this year and we're all very different and I think we all bring something very different to the panel".
However, he knows their differences can lead to struggles when deciding on successful auditionees.
He explained: "There's one very contentious model and there are big arguments whether she should be in the competition or not".
'Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model' returns to Sky Living on Mondays from 4th July at 9pm.