Geordie Shore cast launch political party
- Bang Showbiz
- 11 March 2015
The cast of Geordie Shore have pledged to offer free spray tans on the NHS after launching their own political party, The Geordie Party, in London today (11.03.15)
The cast of 'Geordie Shore' have launched their own political party.
Original cast member Charlotte Crosby today (11.03.15) rounded up her co-stars and took to the streets of London to launch The Geordie Party to celebrate the upcoming new series of the MTV reality show.
With the help of pals Holly Hagan, Marnie Simpson, Gary 'Gaz' Beadle, Scott 'Scotty T' Timlin, Aaron Chalmers and Kyle Christie, as well as new cast members Chloe Etherington and Nathan Henry, Charlotte announced The Geordie Party's manifesto.
The badly-behaved stars have put together a number of unique pledges ahead of the General Election later this year including plans to provide free spray tans on the NHS to men, women, children, old people, babies and even cats.
In a bid to solve Britain's immigration crisis they believe only the "hottest talent" - which includes supermodels, beauty pageant contestants, underwear models and Hollywood stars including Ryan Gosling and Megan Fox - should be allowed to enter the United Kingdom.
The party animals want to disband parliament and turn the House of Commons into a super-sized nightclub while plans for health and education include supplying schools with their various fitness DVDs and personal tuition from busy Holly.
Not keen on introducing National Service, the 'Geordie Shore' cast are more interested in "spreading the love" and want to encourage people to "tash on" with as many people as possible.
The final pledge on their manifesto is, of course, to make their native Newcastle the capital city of England because "when we're in charge, we can do what we want".
The tenth series of 'Geordie Shore' - which sees veteran star James Timlin follow in Vicky Pattison's footsteps by quitting the show with newbies Chloe and Nathan enlisted as replacements - kicks off on MTV at 10pm on April 7.