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'Geordie Shore' renewed for sixth series

Geordie Shore suited and booted

'Geordie Shore' has been renewed for a sixth series. It will explore the further antics of the of the nine young Brits from Newcastle as they explore Australia.

The fifth season has only just started but plans are now in place for the sixth season to be filmed in Australia. The next series is expected to be aired in the UK in summer. The cast are reportedly to be heading out immediately.

An official press release read: “Will the Aussies embrace their mortal ways and languid lingo? Will the red hot sun finally ignite passions between Charlotte and Gaz? Or will he be dizzied by the endless sea of surfing Sheilas?”

The last month has seen many of the 'Geordie Shore' cast members visiting Australia on a promotional tour in advance of the fifth season's première on MTV Australia.

Geordie's Charlotte  Crosby said “Filming down under is going to be mint! Just like filming in Newcastle but with a permatan and a loads of SHRIMPS!”

Holly Hagan added: “I hope those hot Aussie surfers are ready, because we're on a mission to cause mayhem!”

Scott Timlin predicted the new series will be “like the Geordie Crocodile Dundee”

The current series is following the cast members on a trip throughout Europe. The series can be seen on MTV UK, Tuesdays at 10pm.

Are you excited for the new series? Will you be watching these hardcore partying Brits in Australia? 

 


Details
Person:
- Holly Hagan
Show:
- Geordie Shore
Network:
- MTV BASE

Written by: MatthewWarcup
Feb 26th, 2013, 12:21 pm

Images courtesy of TV Wise

Anonymous

Message Posted On Aug 1st, 2013, 7:36 am
I think the show is staged. There is no way two idiots such as Gaz and Scott could pull women as easily as they do
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