THE cast of Geordie Shore, the ‘structured reality’ show featuring morally and intellectually bankrupt young men and women with chiseled hair-dos, sculpted eyebrows and no discernible skin pores, arrived in Magaluf on Monday June 6 as they prepare to start shooting for their new series.
Gaz Beadle and the rest of the crew wore beaming smiles as they wheeled their luggage through the airport, despite Charlotte Crosby’s recent decision to quit the hormone-fuelled blowout of fake tan, fights, alcohol and near-constant nudity.
Indeed, Charlotte appears distraught at her decision, tweeting that she was regretting the move on Sunday June 5.
“When you realise you made what seems like the worst decision of your life…..I’ve lost my family….my life. Cast and CREW,” she wrote, before continuing “this gunna be a VERY VERY hard couple of months.”
Magaluf would seem the ideal location for filming the series, in which a group of young people with a low alcohol tolerance and an inability to understand basic social norms are dumped into a shared house, where someone known as ‘The Boss’ must try and control them and their ridiculously swollen chests.