Holly Hagan to return to Geordie Shore?
Holly Hagan is said to be keen to return to 'Geordie Shore' now that her relationship with Kyle Christie has improved
Holly Hagan wants to return to 'Geordie Shore'.
The 24-year-old reality TV star decided to turn her back on the boozy MTV show a few weeks ago but has seemingly had a sudden change of heart now that she's sorted out her issues with her boyfriend Kyle Christie.
A friend of the star said: "Even though she told producers she doesn't want to be on the programme anymore, Holly's not one hundred percent sure she's made the right choice.
"She was having a lot of relationship problems with Kyle when they filmed the last series, but all that has calmed down now and she feels like she'd be in a better place if she went back. There's been plenty of incidents in the past where she's said she's quitting only to come back when she's calmed down."
Holly's friend also said that the blonde beauty is "hoping" producers will have her for the 13th series of the hit show, which begins filming in the next couple of weeks.
Holly's pal told The Sun Online: "Now she's just hoping producers let her move on from this latest blip and get back to the old party-loving Holly fans know and love."
Holly's last few episodes on 'Geordie Shore' were no doubt a challenge for her as her best friend Charlotte Crosby quit, as well as Aaron Chalmers and Chantelle Connelly.
Her friend explained: "Over the past few months she's had to watch her best friend Charlotte quit the show, plus deal with departures from Aaron and Chantelle, too. She's not totally sure her 'Geordie Shore' journey is over yet."
Holly was said to have called time on her appearances on the show because she wants to concentrate on living a "normal live" and start a family with her beau.
A source said at the time: "Holly has had enough and has been telling people she's done with the show. She wants to concentrate on her fitness brand and living a normal life.
"She's only 24 but she's an old head on young shoulders - she wants to settle down and have a family."