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One of the most touching storylines in Made in Chelsea is the dynamic between Ollie and Gabriella. The way both of them are dealing with difficult situations from their break-up to Ollie’s current dilemma demonstrates the contrast between MIC and TOWIE. Our Creative Editor, Alan Philippe, questioned Bailey Bradmore – our resident relationship expert and success coach – and asked her views on how Gabriella is dealing with the break-up, whether the two will remain friends, how Binky and Cheska’s friendship affected the relationship and Gabriella’s use of songwriting as a break-up coping strategy.
As Bailey was born and bred in Chelsea, Alan took the opportunity to find out who she thought wouldn’t fit in her social circle and also asked her personal opinion on whose music she preferred – Caggie or Gabriella. To hear the full interview, click below.
City Connect would be interested to hear what you think of Ollie, Gabriella and Bailey’s interview. Please add your comments at the end of this article.
Gabriella Ellis sings “Fight”
For those of you who haven’t got addicted to Made in Chelsea yet and for those of you who want a refresher, please see the clip below as taken from E4.com where you can watch any missed episodes and catch up on the latest gossip about the show.
Episode 4 – Trailer
Watch this space for Part 2 of “Made in Chelsea – Ollie & Gabriella” where we talk to Bailey Bradmore about Ollie, the timing of the break-up, Ollie’s bisexuality and who she thinks will be the most popular character in the entire E4 series.
Video reproduced from YouTube / Gabriellamaria999
Video (Flash) reproduced from E4.com
Images reproduced from E4 – Made in Chelsea
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