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Chloe Ferry’s ex-boyfriend Marty McKenna is the shock late entry into the Geordie Shore house


CHLOE Ferry’s ex-boyfriend Marty McKenna is the shock late entry into the Geordie Shore house.

Marty, 26, was previously sacked from the hit MTV show because of his raucous behaviour but now has returned as part of a bombshell twist.

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Chloe Ferry’s ex Marty McKenna is the shock late entry into the Geordie Shore house[/caption]

Those close to Chloe, 25, said the move will leave her stunned.

A TV insider said: “Chloe had no idea Marty was going to be coming into the Geordie Shore house.

“She is newly single and this series has a dating twist, so she thinks she is going to just be coming face-to-face with new potential lovers – not old ones.

“Marty going in will have been like setting off a bomb in the house. It will be explosive.

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Marty went into the house this week, which Chloe’s pals said would leave her stunned[/caption]

“Chloe will probably make out she’s fine but really it’s going to shake her to her core.

“She had something really special with Marty and it didn’t work out.

“Eventually their relationship really soured and they’ve not really had contact since.

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“Not only just seeing each other again, but living with each other again is going to be a wild watch.”

The cast started filming over the weekend for the 22nd series of the show.

And this time it’s going to be more raucous than ever, as the Geordies will not be alone.


Each week they’ll be joined by a number of sexy singletons who will be going out with them on dates around Newcastle.

The Sun exclusively revealed the twist earlier this year, with sources revealing at the time how inspiration was taken from Celebs Go Dating.

Chloe will be joined by show favourites Abbie Holborn, Nathan Henry and James Tindale on the series.

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