In October last year, Vicky finally quit Geordie Shore after three years, telling fans she felt she had outgrown the reality show. Now, looking back at her time in the house, she admits there are some things she wishes she had kept private... especially her bedroom antics.
While Geordie Shore may be considered one of the most-loved reality shows out there, its stars often cause a stir with their drunken behaviour, major fallouts and willingness to do absolutely anything on camera.
And there is one thing in particular, Geordie Vicky wishes she had drawn the line at.
"Having sex on TV is my biggest regret," she admits. "I find it very hard to cope with the fact I did it."
Opening up in a chat with The Sun, the Judge Geordie star revealed she is actually "quite a prude" when it comes to the bedroom and hates the fact the entire nation has seen her getting it on.
"It's such an intimate thing to do," she explains. "To know everybody has seen it is just awful."
Blaming her willingness to get between the sheets on being under the influence, Vicky insists she would never have had sex in the Geordie Shore house, if she hadn't been drunk.
She adds: "It sounds strange but you really do forget about the cameras being there. Add in some booze and before you know it, you're sh*gging on television. It's not something that would ever cross my mind if I hadn't been totally mortal... I find the whole thing uncomfortable and awkward."
Vicky's comments come after she has recently released her first ever novel All That Glitters.
Having always had a passion for writing, having her own book is something the 27-year-old has always wanted. But while she hopes people will look to her as an "amazing storyteller" now, Vicky thinks her future will always be tainted by her actions on Geordie Shore.
"I'm realistic," she says. "I know I won't change everyone's opinions."
All That Glitters tells the tale of a young girl who finds fame at her doorstep, after auditioning for a reality show.
Taking inspiration from her own life, Vicky has admitted her novel is autobiographical to a point, insisting she has a learnt a valuable lesson from her time in the spotlight.
Speaking exclusively to Reveal, she told us: "I do feel overwhelmed by fame. I think you have to be made of pretty strong stuff to get into this industry and not be sucked into your own hype, and try to stay true to who you are and what is important."
As well as releasing her first novel, Vicky is now fronting her very own show Judge Geordie on MTV. Judge Geordie sees the starlet travel up and down the country dishing out advice when it comes to all things love and friendship related.
While filming Judge Geordie's first series, Vicky headed to Mexico to star in the third series of Ex On The Beach.
Making her return on the devious dating show, Vicky will join former fling and TOWIE star Kirk Norcross, his ex-fiancee Cami Li, Ibiza Weekender's Jordan Davies and EOTB alumni Rogan O'Connor.
Vicky had previously said she would never go back in to the Ex On The Beach villa, after coming face-to-face with her ex Ricci Guarnaccio last time, but it seems their reunion has inspired her change of heart.
"It can't be any worse," she insists.
Ex On The Beach returns Tuesday 11 August at 10pm on MTV.
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