Made In Chelsea: Binky Felstead says she is protective over show when new people join cast!
Ahead of the sixth series due to hit our screens later this year, Made In Chelsea star, Binky Felstead, has revealed her worries over new cast members.
Fans of the BAFTA award-winning E4 reality show will know how after the explosive series five of the show which saw notorious lothario Spencer Matthews attempt and fail at relationships with both Louise Thompson and Lucy Watson, his latest squeeze, The Hills star Stephanie Pratt, has now been spotted on location filming with him and the gang.
But if she is joining the cast she had better watch out, as Binky is rather protective of the show!
Discussing new faces this series with Digital Spy, Binky teased:
“Well, there’s some new characters, some confusing relationships and a lot more drama.”
However, she wasn’t prepared to confirm whether one of these new faces would belong to Stephanie Pratt, answering when asked only:
“I can’t say yes or no. You might recognise one person or two.”
On the show itself, Binky continued:
“It’s just going to get better and better and better, I think. Most reality TV shows don’t, so it’s quite nice that we’ve somehow managed to keep it all exciting, and I think it is injecting new people in,
” I feel like the show is my baby. I’ve been there since the very beginning, I feel like it’s a big family now.
“I do get protective over it when new cast join and I feel like people come in just to stir up trouble, which is obviously what everyone loves, but you do feel very protective over it.
“It’s quite difficult when new people come in, especially girls, and they want to stir s**t with you and your friends.
“I joined it when it wasn’t anything and it was all being built. We had no idea what was going to happen to it or us and we stuck by it. I think people have watched the show and easily just wandered into it knowing full well what is going on.
“They know us and we don’t know them, which is quite intimidating I think,”
Made in Chelsea returns to E4 later this year.