'Tears, tantrums and drama' for Made in Chelsea series five

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 10 April 2013
Cheska at the launch of the Blue Cross Tea Party

Cheska Hull launches the Blue Cross Tea Party with a little help from her pet dog, Evie www.bluecross.org.uk/teaparty

Cheska Hull says 'Made in Chelsea' fans can expect plenty more "tears, tantrums and dramas" throughout the E4 reality show's fifth series

Cheska Hull says there will be "tears, tantrums and drama" throughout the fifth series of 'Made in Chelsea'.

The E4 reality show has already come back with a bang, and the blonde beauty says fans can expect plenty more excitement in the forthcoming episodes, as well as her getting involved in "lots of ridiculous fitness activities".

When asked what people can expect from the latest series, she said: "Tears, tantrums, drama! There are some new characters which will be interesting, and of course Binky, Ollie and I will be up to our usual antics!

"I also get involved in lots of ridiculous fitness activities and find myself in the middle of a relationship as always!

"I always feel excited when we start a new series. The buzz from the fans of the show is amazing- it's the most tweeted about series on Channel 4 and the hype only seems to be building.

"This series is definitely going to be the biggest and it's going to be very interesting - you really are going to see the true side of some characters!"

Cheska didn't have any reservations about signing up for her fifth 'Made in Chelsea' series, and she was delighted to hear the show has been nominated for a Reality and Constructed Factual BAFTA.

She added: "I'm very loyal to 'Made in Chelsea' and am so happy to be given the opportunity to be a part of such an amazing production, especially as we've just found out we've been nominated for a BAFTA again.

"I'm ecstatically happy to be nominated again for such a prestigious award. It makes all the hard work and long hours from the cast, production and NBC well worth it!"

Cheska Hull launched the Blue Cross Tea Party with a little help from her pet dog, Evie, on Tuesday (09.04.13) www.bluecross.org.uk/teaparty

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