MIC's Ollie Locke: Andy is a dark horse
- Bang Showbiz
- 26 October 2012
Ollie Locke believes new 'Made In Chelsea' star Andy Jordan is "a great addition" to the show but also "a dark horse"
Ollie Locke thinks new 'Made In Chelsea' lad Andy Jordan is a "dark horse".
The flamboyant reality star was shocked by Andy's forward advances towards Spencer Matthews' girlfriend Louise Thompson on the series premiere of the E4 show and insists he will be the first person to put his new cast mate in his place if he gets too big for his boots.
Speaking at Heineken's VIP 'Skyfall' after party on Wednesday night (24.10.12), Ollie exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "The new guy Andy is a great addition to the show. From the very first fight with Spencer, you can already tell he's going to cause a lot of drama.
"I was honest and told him after seeing the first episode, 'If you're going to be a ****, I'm going to be the first person to put you in your place.' He's a bit of a dark horse, a bit of a villain character. I'm on Spencer's side and I told him I won't stand for it."
The long-haired lothario is known as the joker of the bunch and avoids confrontation, but he admitted viewers will see a new side to him as he gets more involved in the drama this series.
He hinted: "Let's just say I show a different side to myself this series. I show some very different colours ... I have a really big argument with someone."
Ollie - who spent the evening with his ex-girlfriend Gabriella Ellis - confessed his love life won't be quite as tumultuous, and sighed: "Absolutely no luck for me in the romance department this series. The date scene in the second episode was so awkward apparently that I can't bring myself to watch it back!"
The star was joined by his 'Made In Chelsea' co-stars and celebrities including Daisy Lowe and Chipmunk at London's exclusive Cafe de Paris to celebrate 50 years of Bond.
Singer Gin Wigmore kicked off the entertainment and former James Bond 'villain' Goldie rocked the DJ decks, before Professor Green brought the evening to a close with an explosive set.