Vicky Pattison says she would feel like an ‘embarrassment’ if she said took part in Geordie Shore reunion
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Vicky Pattison has revealed Geordie Shore is now a part of her past and she won’t be attending the Geordie Shore reunion to celebrate the show's 10 year anniversary.
The I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star, 33, says she looks back on the MTV show "predominantly fondly", having joined the show in 2011 alongside other stars, Charlotte Crosby, Holly Hagan and Sophie Kasaei.
However, Vicky has admitted reuniting with her co-stars isn’t something she wants to be involved in as she said she’s a “different person” now.
After the brunette beauty was asked whether she will consider attending the reunion, she exclusively told OK! Magazine: “As much as I wish everyone the absolute best who is taking part in the reunion, and I really hope they have a great time.
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"I know it's going to be fantastic, but, it's just not something I was interested in doing. I’m a different person.”
Vicky went on to tell us that she hasn’t got what it takes to keep up with the younger stars anymore.
“I’m 33, hun! I actually couldn't keep up with the young ones if I tried and I've got no shame in that. No shame anymore,” she continued.
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“I have a couple glasses of wine on a Friday night and by Monday I still don't feel okay. I would just be an embarrassment.
“So no, I wish them the best of luck. But for me, that is an area of my life, which it's just a chapter. It's a chapter from the past and I've always always been really grateful for it. It's not something I'm going to revisit.”
When asked if anyone who is taking part in the reunion has reached out to her, Vicky added: "I think a number of the cast is going to be involved and a number of the cast is not going to be involved, so it’s purely based on where they are at personally.
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"I don't think there will be any hard feelings over the years. There will be so many of them where I'm sure they're going to have an absolute houseful and I don't think I'll be missed at all."
Vicky has recently been working with Interflora to help break the silence of social media loneliness throughout the coronavirus lockdown.
When the TV star was asked about how she overcomes the hard times when she's feeling lonely or sad, she shared: "Whenever I'm starting to feel a little bit sad, or a little bit lonely, I reach out to people.
"It's the best medicine and it's the best way to counteract the feelings creeping in or getting worse. So, make that phone call, send a text or reach out to your pals, arrange something, whether it's like a virtual zoom drinks or something far off in the future that you can look forward to doing.
"I think by opening yourself up even just that little bit and taking that leap of faith, although it can be scary, the effects are so beneficial."
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