Geordie Shore stars Vicky Pattison and Gaz Beadle snub show’s 10 year anniversary special
VICKY Pattison and Gaz Beadle will not be appearing in Geordie Shore’s 10 year anniversary special.
The stars, who appeared in the MTV show from the start, have snubbed the chance to join the two-parter, Geordie Shore: Ten Years On The Toon, alongside Charlotte Crosby, Nathan Henry, James Tindale, and Chloe Ferry.
Vicky quit the show in 2014 and lost contact with many of her co-stars, including Charlotte Crosby, as she distanced herself from the show to reinvent herself as a TV presenter.
She previously told The Sun: “Often when you leave jobs you don’t always manage to keep in touch with everybody. Your life goes in different directions. Barry from accounts might have seemed super cool at the time, but five days later you’re not always checking in on Barry. It’s a natural progression.
"But fair play, I hope the cast are all doing really good, and maybe I should have stayed in touch better, but I’ve gone in a different direction. I do wish them all the best."
Gaz quit the show in 2017 and went on to appear in two series of Geordie OG’s with his fiancee Emma McVey but the couple called it quits last year to focus on their family.
Earlier this year we revealed that Gaz was too busy to take part in the reunion show.
A source said: "Everyone else is excited to return for the show and where it all began, but Gaz has told people he's not interested: he's grown up and moved on."
The anniversary special will see the gang revisit where it all began a decade since the infamous first series and look look back on their time, which has seen wild nights out, fights, tears and even sex.
Fans will feel nostalgic as they look back on footage from the last ten years and take a visit to the famous house and hotspots around Newcastle.
Speaking about the show, which airs next week, Charlotte said: “When we first entered the Geordie Shore house all those years ago, none of us knew how much our lives would change.
“It’s been an incredible ten years and I’m so so excited to relive some of the best (and craziest) moments, and to share this with the fans is even better”
Nathan Henry added: “Being on Geordie Shore changed my life, I came out, made lifelong friends and had more fun than I thought physically possible. I can’t wait for the fans to look back over the last decade of the Geordie Shore house and see our most unreal and outrageous moments”.
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