Fredrik Ferrier 'manipulated' by producers
'Made In Chelsea' star Fredrik Ferrier says producers are ''playing'' characters off against one another as they look for people with the most interesting goings-on in their private lives before asking anyone back for a second series.
Fredrik Ferrier says 'Made In Chelsea' producers are "playing" characters off against each other.
The youngest star of the E4 reality TV show - which follows the private lives and dramas of twenty-somethings living in an affluent part of West London - revealed the programme's bosses are being "very, very intrusive" before deciding which of the stars to bring back in the second series, which launches in September.
Fredrick told BANG Showbiz: "We went in yesterday and the producers very, very intrusive. If you're a private person don't do a show like this.
"They're asking us, 'Are you seeing anyone? What's her name? Where is she from?' You feel violated just speaking to these people. They're asking about everything you're doing in the next few months but at the end of that they say, 'That doesn't mean you're going to be in the show'.
"They're seeing who has the best story and trying to play us all off against each other."
Fredrik insists he has enjoyed his time in the reality programme but admitted he would not be too upset if he was not asked back for a second season.
He added: "The first series was a lot of fun. I would like to come back on the show, but there's going to be no soaked pillows if it doesn't work out."