The Chelsea set will be returning to our screens next month and what better way to kick of a new season than with some fresh faces?
From the sounds of things, these four newcomers are sure to spice up the story lines even more - especially since they're already pals with quite a few of the current cast.
First up are sisters Olivia and Fran Newman-Young, who have been known to party with Millie Mackintosh and go to festivals with Andy Jordan. Olivia, 22, is a make-up artist and a bit of a boy magnet, while Fran, 25, works in the music industry and always keeps a protective eye on her younger sister.
Olivia's best friend, Phoebe-Lettice Thompson, will also be making her reality TV debut and she sounds like a bit of a wild card if her tweets are anything to go by.
One of her recent tweets reads: "Leopard print trousers ripped all down the leg on way to tube.today.seriously. #stabitha"
Not only is Phoebe-Lettice, 22, a fashion assistant, she has also previously styled music videos and loves a bit of photography too. Plus, she reportedly has an on/off relationship with the fourth new Made In Chelsea recruit, Josh Coombs.
As well being known to have a soft spot for Phoebe, 22-year-old Josh loves to DJ and is currently setting up his own design business. Oh, and he's pals with Oliver Proudlock.
Olivia, Fran, Phoebe-Lettice and Josh will be joining last season's newbies, Lucy 'in my grill' Watson and Ashley James for a whole host of fun-filled antics, glam parties and cocktail cat fights in the fifth series.
But if you're more of a fan of the old cast members, don't worry, as they'll all be returning too.
After hearing how each newcomer is somehow intertwined with the current cast (and each other) we are now itching to see how things unfold in April!
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