Gaz Beadle to quit Geordie Shore?

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 4 May 2017
Gary 'Gaz' Beadle

Gaz Beadle

Gaz Beadle has hinted that he may quit 'Geordie Shore' because he prefers to "watch the carnage"

Gary 'Gaz' Beadle has sparked rumours he's thinking of quitting 'Geordie Shore'.

The 29-year-old hunk raised a few eyebrows today (04.05.17) when he told fans he'd rather "chill out and watch the carnage" than be involved in the drama on the show.

He said in response to a message: "I just chill out and watch the carnage... haha it's like watching Gshore live for me," followed by a crying laughing emoji (sic).

Although fans will no doubt devastated to see him go, the womanising heartthrob will no doubt still grace television screens as he admitted last year that he would jump at the chance to do 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' later this year.

He said: "I'm enjoying 'Geordie Shore'. But if the Jungle came knocking I wouldn't turn them down. If it came up I'd give it a bash.

"It's a show that is full of challenges and I love that about it."

Gaz watched his showbiz pal Adam Thomas on the programme in 2016 and he confessed to feeling anxious about the prospect of doing a Bushtucker Trial.

He said when asked if he's willing to do the tasks: "Adam did some tasks that would kill me. I saw him put a spider in his mouth. The stuff he did looked horrible."

However, he may run into some difficulty if he wants to take his career a little further afield as he was thrown in jail in New Zealand last year for failing visa requirements.

A spokesperson for Immigration New Zealand (INZ) said at the time: "There are certain conditions that all temporary visitors to New Zealand must meet in order to be eligible for entry.

"The onus is on the visitor to satisfy INZ that they meet all of the entry requirements at the time they travel to New Zealand.

"Mr Beadle did not meet these requirements. He was put on a flight back to Australia [on Wednesday] afternoon after being released on conditions which allowed him to spend [Tuesday] night at his pre-arranged accommodation."

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