The show follows a dozen drunken louts through their various escapades and love affairs on Tyneside. The obsession with this genre of pseudo-reality, unscripted peep show seems unstoppable.
The cameras go everywhere, and the ‘cast’, who simply play themselves, bare everything from their bottoms to their souls. While Geordie Shore is meant to shine a light on the nightlife of Newcastle, The Only Way is Essex lifts the lid on the world of wannabe Wags and preened lads of that upwardly mobile, though often horizontal, part of England’s south-east.
We’ve narrowed it down to nine hefty contenders – cast your vote below. Apart from finding out that you cheated on me.” Disregarding Season 1’s Spencer/Funda drama and Ollie Locke coming out to his decidedly female girlfriend, it wasn’t until three episodes into the second season that we got our first proper Made In Chelsea fight.
As in, someone cheated on someone else and had a drink lobbed in their face for their troubles.
None, though, jar quite so much as Channel 4’s Made In Chelsea. Jamie Laing could well be the wealthiest of the gang, but ‘posh’ is a push.
One thing which hasn’t dropped off, though, is the show’s ability to deliver a good juicy argument.
This week’s episode, for example, gave us everything from Sam Thompson drenching Jamie in watered-down vodka mixer to Julius throwing a tantrum which literally ended with the words: “I don’t want you in my life, I hate you, I hate you.” Which did get us thinking: what was the most vicious fight in the history of the show?
The girls were furious." Cheska - whose best pal Ollie Locke left the show last year - and her music producer friend Fran, are now said to be questioning whether they want to return after they were excluded from events in the US.
A friend of the pair told The Sun: "They were put in a separate flat to the rest of the cast.