Ferne McCann: TOWIE will be 'strange' without Sam
Ferne McCann says 'The Only Way is Essex' will be strange without her best friend Sam Faiers
Ferne McCann says 'The Only Way is Essex' will be "strange" without Sam Faiers.
The 23-year-old reality TV star is sad that her best friend has decided to quit the show after the eleventh series ended last month and feels the show won't be the same without her.
She said: "I'm so sad that Sam has left 'TOWIE'. She's my best friend and it will be strange for me and Billie [Faiers, Sam's sister] not to have her on set.
"But she wants to concentrate on her relationship with Joey Essex and they're getting on much better since he's not been on the show. I think it will be good for them."
Ferne had her fair share of drama on the latest series of 'TOWIE', clashing with newcomer Fran Parman, and she foresees more catfights ahead as Lydia Bright - Fran's pal - has returned to the show.
She added to Star magazine: "I'm still hurt about arguing with Fran Parman. She said she thinks I'm not a girls' girl but I've always stood up for women and I always welcome new people.
"I'm also surprised Lydia Bright is back. She's lovely and we move in the same circles, but we've never been on the show together. She's good friends with Fran, so the next series might bring some drama."