Made in Chelsea will be more 'hostile'
- Bang Showbiz
- 11 March 2013
Spencer Matthews has revealed that the new series of 'Made in Chelsea' will be more "hostile" while Binky Felstead added that four new cast members will cause drama
'Made in Chelsea' will be more "hostile" next series, according to Spencer Matthews.
The show's resident playboy has admitted that the fifth series of the E4 reality show will be more dramatic than ever before as tempers rise between several of the cast members.
The 24-year-old lothario - who recently appeared in singer Stacey Jackson's music video for 'Pointing Fingers' - told BANG Showbiz exclusively at the single's launch event at Kensington Roof Gardens in London last Friday (08.03.13): "This series is a lot more hostile. It's going a million miles an hour. There's a lot of pent up anger from a lot of characters coming out this season.
"It's almost like we've been doing it too long. Everybody is clashing heads. It's really dog eat dog this season."
Meanwhile, co-star Binky Felstead added that newcomers to the hit reality show will also cause waves as they clash with the current stars.
She said: "There's new characters - three new girls and one boy. I get on with all of them. They're all really nice and make good additions to the show.
"However, [having] new faces brings drama and everything else, and that's exactly what they've done."
The 22-year-old beauty also explained that she has decided to keep her latest romance private after her on/off relationship with Jamie Laing ended in heartbreak in the last series.
She said: "I'm dating at the moment off camera. I think it's quite difficult being in a relationship on camera."
Spencer and Binky appear in the video for Stacey Jackson's new single 'Pointing Fingers', which is out today (11.03.13). Watch the video at http://youtu.be/pJXheCgkchw.