Marnie Simpson slams Vicky Pattison for "slagging off" Geordie Shore

Published Tuesday, Dec 15 2015, 17:23 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Marnie Simpson has reignited the feud between herself and her former fellow Geordie Shore cast-mate Vicky Pattison, blasting her for "slagging off" the reality show.

It's no secret that these two aren't each-other's biggest fans. Ever since Vicky made a comment about Marnie's relationship with ex-fiancé Ricky Rayment a few months back, the girls have been at loggerheads. Marnie has claimed there's "nothing" she likes about Vicky, who in turn has accused her of constantly talking about her on Twitter.

Marnie Simpson, The 2015 MTV EMAs (European Music Awards) held at the Mediolanum Forum in Milan, Italy
25 October

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Vicky Pattison leaves the studio after appearing on "Sunday Brunch", 13th December 2015


Now Marnie has hit out at comments Vicky made claiming Geordie Shore "created a caricature" of the cast, and also questioned whether Vicky would've won I'm A Celebrity if alcohol had been involved.

Speaking to The Sun, Marnie said Vicky should be thankful for Geordie Shore. She told them that Vicky "wouldn't have even been in the jungle if it wasn't for that. I think she should think twice about some of the things she says, because it can be hurtful."

Marnie also advised Vicky to be careful about what she says, telling her: "She needs to watch her words because if this doesn't work out for her, she might need to come back. That won't really work if she's slagging us off."

However, it's not all bad! Marnie did praise Vicky's efforts in the jungle, saying: "I have to give it to her. It can't be easy going in there and doing all these tasks. Power to her."

Vicky, meanwhile, has said she would never slag off Geordie Shore as the show gave her the platform to appear on I'm A Celebrity and launch other projects such as her books.

"I will never speak badly of Geordie Shore as it's an excellent platform and I wouldn't be here today or done the things I've done and been proud of without it, but I do regret I let it consume me and get the better of me at times.

"You feel the pressure. It's dead easy to do. You can do it at uni with a group of mates; if everyone is doing something it's very easy, no matter how strong or intelligent you are, to follow the pack. I become what I thought everybody wanted or expected me to be and became a caricature of myself and allowed myself to become pigeonholed."

She said on Instagram overnight: "This time last week you voted me you @imacelebuk queen... I'm still so humbled, overwhelmed and thankful to all of you... I'm no one special- just a normal girl- can't thankyou enough! Ps I love you lots."

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