Made In Chelsea: Spencer Matthews is getting his own show?

by Anna Howell

It seems that Made In Chelsea star, Spencer Matthews may have pipped his good friend, Oliver Proudlock to the post in getting his own MIC spin-off reality show!

We reported earlier this month how Proudlock, who fans watched being dumped for his best friend, Francis Boulle by Sophia Sassoon, had revealed how he had set his sights on his own spin-off show featuring himself and the other two lost boi’s, Jamie Laing and Francis Boulle.

Speaking at the time to BANG showbiz, Proudlock, who along with Laing and Boulle and MIC supporting star, Mark Francis recorded their first ever music video last year, said of the idea: “The three of us boys would consider it, potentially! We’re thinking about maybe doing something around the music, maybe doing some kind of album around that.”

However, it would seem that he isn’t the only member of the Made In Chelsea cast with such big ideas, as Spencer Matthews is currently in talks with Channel 4 to appear in his own one too.

Fans of the hit show will know how Spencer, who recently admitted to cheating on his co-star girlfriend, Louise Thompson after being accused of it and slapped rather hard by an irate Millie Mackintosh during last series Grand finale, spent his time between series last year taking part in the Channel 5 reality dating show, The Bachelor.

Spencer, who had ended his relationship with Thompson in order to star in the show in which he got to pick a new girlfriend out of 25 hopefuls, was not a great success, mainly due to the fact that rumours were constantly circulating that he was still secretly involved with Thompson, which were eventually proved right and the show was then subsequently cancelled.

We aren’t too sure what to make of this at all. The idea of the lost boi’s having their own spin-off seems a much better idea than watching Spencer control, belittle and humiliate Thompson in more detail, and as the main entertainment involving Spencer last series came with strong supporting roles from the likes of Millie and fellow womaniser, Andy Jordan, we think he would be much better off staying where he is.

What do you think? Would you like to see Spencer in his own individual show, or should producers not try and fix something that isn’t broken?

Leave your thoughts and comments below and, if you are unsure, have a little look at the clip below to see just how disastrous it was the last time: