Exclusive: Made In Chelsea's Andy Jordan: "I'm on the lookout for love again"

Published Tuesday, Mar 25 2014, 18:40 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Andy Jordan is returning to our screens for Made In Chelsea's brand new series this April.

Viewers have followed Andy's romances, dramas and heartbreaks since his debut in series four, and have watched him grow from new boy on the block to Spencer Matthews' arch rival.

Launch of DNA London, Clapham, London, Britain - 30 Jan 2014 - Made In Chelsea's Andy Jordan

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In series six last year, viewers saw singer-songwriter Andy embroiled in a bitter split with Louise Thompson. The once loved-up couple called time on their romance at the end of October, and viewers witnessed some blazing rows, including the time he told her, "I wish I could delete you".

Now as the new series is fast approaching, Andy tells us there is no chance of a reconciliation but admits that he's on the lookout for love.

"I'm actually ready to find the next love," Andy exclusively tells Reveal. "I kind of wasn't interested in relationships or anything for a long period, but I'm ready to get back on the horse."

Andy isn't worried having another romance on-screen either. "I don't really mind dating someone on the show to be honest," he continues. "Obviously MIC puts a lot of pressure on relationships but the way I look at it is it's quite cool."

Made In Chelsea stars Andy Jordan and Louise Thompson attend Francesca Hull's birthday party at Retro Feasts at 29 Old Burlington Street, June 7 2013

© Twitter / Francesca Hull

Andy & Louise when they were together June 2013.

Jamie Laing chats to Spencer Matthews and Louise Thompson about Binky Felstead

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Andy thinks Louise & Spencer will rekindle their romance.

"I think it'd be nice for people to know who my girlfriend is if I were to have one because it stops people wanting to date you! Not that I get any offers! It's limited unfortunately."

Andy, who says that he is now "amicable" with Louise, also thinks that she will fall back into the arms of ex-boyfriend Spencer.

"Louise is just going to keep going back to Spencer, back and forth, and I'm just going to leave her to it," explains Andy. "She's in charge of her own life and I'm in charge of mine."

Fans of the show will no doubt be excited for Made In Chelsea's New York special, after Channel 4 announced that they have commissioned a new series following some of the SW3 gang in the Big Apple.

Made In Chelsea: New York won't be hitting our screens till August this year, but we'll have series seven to tide us over until then!

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