Made In Chelsea Welcomes New Faces As Jamie Laing's Friends Join The Show


It must be fun working on Made In Chelsea, not only are you incredibly wealthy (If you're on the show its kind of a given!) but you also get to muck about with your best friends all day, eh Jamie Laing?

The peroxide Willy Wonka must be thrilled then to hear that three of his best buds will be added to the roster of MIC's young rich elite for the upcoming fourth series of the E4 reality show.

Andy Jordan, Sam Cussins and Stevie Johnson will all be descending on the prestigious SW3 post code in a bid to mix up the show after the announced departure of MIC regulars Caggie and Hugo.

Kimberely Garner, the leggy blonde who manipulated half the male cast of MIC will also be leaving the show, leaving her ex Richard Dinan behind to find a new starlet to impress with his helicopters and impromptu holidays to Italy, shouldn't be too hard then!

Speaking about their upcoming roles, Digital Spy reports Sam, 23 saying: “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!"

Andy Jordan, a city Broker added: "There may possibly be some romance along the way."

While Etonian Stevie Johnson stated: "I can't wait to mix up the dynamic of the current cast in the new series."

So with an added boost of male testosterone injected into the show, expect plenty of laddish antics and skirt chasing!

Jamie recently cut the ribbon at the first ever Candy Kittens boutique in London, a life long dream for Laing was realised with a sweet shop where customers are served by stunning scantily clad models!

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