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Having chosen to follow the love, intrigue, wealth, gossip, glamour and bitchiness of E4′s show Made in Chelsea, we are now halfway through the season and decided to catch up with our resident relationship expert and truth detection consultant, Bailey Bradmore.
Our Creative Editor, Alan Philippe, interviewed Bailey on how believable the series is, whether Hugo made the right choice or not and why Binky was lying. Bailey goes on to tell us why Francis is like Marmite and that she has a big question mark over whether Spencer was ever really actually dating Funda. To hear her reasons why and the full interview, click below.
City Connect would be interested to hear what you think of Hugo’s choice, whether it’s thumbs up or thumbs down for Francis and whether you think Spencer and Funda had a real relationship or just a fabricated one for television. Please add your comments at the end of this article.
For those of you who haven’t got addicted to Made in Chelsea yet and for those of you who just want to see Francis fall off his skateboard again, please see the clip below as taken from E4.com where you can watch any missed episodes while catching up on the latest gossip about the show.
Episode 5 – Trailer
Watch this space for our next part of the Made in Chelsea series where we analyse the goings-on in Episode 6.
Video (Flash) reproduced from E4.com
Images reproduced from E4 – Made in Chelsea
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