Made In Chelsea: New hunks, Andy Jordan, Sam Cussins and Stevie Johnson, have been brought in to give the show a ‘face-lift’!
The much-anticipated fourth series of Made In Chelsea has finally begun filming, and if that wasn’t exciting enough, show producers have taken steps to make our viewing prettier by introducing three new hunks to the cast as part of a show re-vamp!
Andy Jordan, Sam Cussins and Stevie Johnson are all friends of Jamie Laing (let’s hope better friends than Spencer Matthews!) and have been drafted in to the show to inject some fresh blood following the departure of show favourites, Caggie Dunlop and Hugo Taylor, who quit at the end of the last series.
Also not returning is Kimberley Garner, who was sacked after a violent outburst during a heated row between her and co-star, Harriet Loder over allegations she had been cheating on her then-boyfriend, Richard Dinan.
Which left a nice opening for Richards’s new girlfriend, Ianthe Cockrane, to join the cast in her place (was it really worth it Kimberley?)
Athletic and new ladies’ man about town, Sam Cussins, 23, said: “I’m looking forward to joining the show and meeting the rest of the Made in Chelsea crowd. Being single, naturally I’ll be looking to take a few ladies on a few dates — will certainly be interesting to see how that goes!”
Keen surfer and also single, Andy, 23, added: “There may possibly be some romance along the way.”
Stevie, 23, who now works in private finance after an Eaton education, said: “I can’t wait to mix up the dynamic of the current cast in the new series.”
As well as hinting that he may already have set his sights on “someone in particular” that will be revealed during the new series.
The series premier date for Made In Chelsea series four has yet to be announced, but filming for it began last week, later than originally scheduled due the Olympic Games in London this summer.