Made In Chelsea returns: what can we expect from series nine?

Published Monday, Apr 13 2015, 14:23 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Made In Chelsea is back and that means a hell of a lot more drama from our reality stars.

The cast make a return to our screens for the brand new ninth series, and with a batch of newbies joining the show, we've been told by several stars that this series is "the best one yet".

Series nine Made In Chelsea press shot - cast photo. April 2015.

© Channel 4

So here's what we can expect from the new series...

1. Spencer Matthews is loved up with girlfriend Lauren Frazer Hutton, and we mean really loved up...
Spencer told us so himself, saying: "I mean it's getting to be one of the longest relationships I've ever had and I feel in a really good place still." More importantly, Spencer assured us that there will be NO more scenes by the bridge: "I think we went running there once, but no, there'll be no scenes with Lauren down by the river because we all know what that means!" Phew!

2. We'll be seeing a lot more of Alex Mytton's girlfriend Nicola Hughes.
Irish model Nicola is making her debut this series, so fans will get to learn all about the new woman in Alex's life. Alex is hopeful that the show won't ruin their romance, having previously told Reveal: "It's been really nice and there hasn't been any mess ups yet."

3. "The old Andy Jordan is back", well, according to his best mate Stevie Johnson.
Romance for Andy has been pretty quiet (on screen anyway), but he recently told us thatfinding a girlfriend was his number one priority. Meanwhile, Stevie said viewers will be seeing a "very flirtatious" Andy, saying: "He's very much in the mindset that he's ready to date."

4. Newbie alert!
We always like introducing new cast members into the fold and we think these newbies are bound to stir things up. Joining the cast will be Emily Weller, Jess Woodley, Fleur Irving, Millie Wilkinson and Josh Patterson (also known as JP). They're all connected to the current cast and we hear they arrive with quite a bang!

5. We want more fun, playful scenes...
As much as the drama is great, we still want to see those scenes that make us laugh out loud. Whether that's Stevie and Andy doing more impromptu guitar sessions, or Mark-Francis Vandelli giving us all a lesson with his words of wisdom and one-liners, we want them to keep on coming!

However, if the MIC trailer is anything to go by, it doesn't take long before tears and rivalry start. As we said before, we do love the drama!

In the meantime, why not take a look at some of Made In Chelsea's most shocking moments ever below...

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