The 'Leave Right Now' singer was deeply offended after Matthews asked which contestant was 'the least gay' on 'This My House'.
The Irish model said thinking about her three year marriage to the Westlife singer 'makes me a little bit sick in my mouth.'
'Made in Chelsea' star Spencer Matthews found himself caught up in a terrifying jewellery store robbery, but his vintage watch survived.
Vogue and Spencer had viewers in fits of laughter as they discussed their sex life and the gruesome details of dilation.
It wouldn’t be a reality TV show with Spencer Matthews in it if there wasn’t just a HINT of naughtiness and romance, right? The former Made In Chelsea star is currently taking part in Channel 4’s The Jump – you know, the one where slowly but surely all the celebrities end up breaking all their bones and having to fly home? Some sources have claimed that Spencer has been getting close to not only Taekwondo Olympian Jade Jones, but also Irish model and TV presenter Vogue Williams.
The first names for the next series of The Jump have been revealed – with Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews leading the pack of (very brave) celebrities set to take to the slopes in 2017. Donning spandex and ski boots, Spencer will be given a second chance to win over the public, following his short-lived appearance on I’m A Celebrity last year after a steroid addiction revelation forced his early exit. Elsewhere, former model Caprice Bourret and retired international rugby players Jason Robinson and Gareth Thomas have also signed up for Channel 4’s winter sports competition, expected to commence in Austria next year.
It’s a bit rich coming from a family who once donned OTT period garb to appear in a Royal version of It’s A Knockout – but some people reckon Her Majesty and the gang have scuppered Spencer Matthews’ chances of making a reality TV comeback. Of course, its all just hearsay, but with Spencer on the verge of becoming the Duchess of Cambridge’s brother-in-law via brother James’s marriage to Pippa Middleton, you’d imagine the pressure is on to be a bit more careful with his future career choices. “I feel like he can’t [comeback to Made in Chelsea] because he can’t be in the public eye right now – his family are under immense scrutiny,” explained his MiC co-star Stephanie Pratt.
Spencer Matthews stripped off naked today as part of a PR stunt for a major online fashion retailer. Timed to celebrate the launch of London Fashion Week, the stunt was to showcase the online store’s ‘augmented reality dressing experience’ where users can see styles available on the human dummies by dressing them up virtually on their devices.
You may have heard a little rumour about Kate Middleton’s gorgeous sister Pippa getting engaged last night, with the 32-year-old set to marry hedge fund manager James Matthew after he proposed last weekend. Spencer has not yet acknowledged rumours of his brother’s engagement on social media but we’re willing to bet that he could not be happier, with James reportedly asking Pippa’s father Michael Middleton for permission before getting down on one knee.
Celebrities are sure to find some unexpected guests when they enter the I’m A Celebrity jungle - a cockroach catching 40 winks on their hammock, perhaps, or a party of spiders having their weekly meeting around the campfire. The two had their relationship play out on Made In Chelsea, before they split last August. Bosses for the ITV show now believe putting the former couple together in the Australian jungle could make for great TV, according to reports.
During last year’s I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, which was eventually won by Geordie Queen Vicky Pattison, Spencer Matthews was removed by bosses mere days after he’d arrived in the jungle after he admitted to steroid use. The former Made In Chelsea star has spent the year since ‘cleaning up his act’ and tackling his steroid abuse, and has said he feels he’s ready to give the jungle another go. Appearing on Good Morning Britain, where he’d conducted an investigation into steroid use, Spencer was asked by Piers Morgan if he’d like a second chance at I’m A Celebrity.
Made In Chelsea’s Spencer Matthews is reportedly set to make a dramatic return to ITV’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here this autumn – one year after he was axed from the show following his steroid revelation. The reality TV star, 26, arrived in the jungle alongside Vicky Pattison and Ferne McCann in 2015, but unlike his campmates – who both secured places in the final – he was removed from the series after just 24 hours. It was later revealed that the producers made the decision after he had admitted to using steroids, with Spencer revealing at the time: “Taking these pills was a serious error of judgment.
Spencer Matthews was involved in somewhat of a scandal last year, being forced to leave the I’m A Celebrity jungle after admitting to taking steroids. Now, having taken some time out for ‘soul searching’ and travelling to Africa to help build schools, Spencer has revealed that he’d love to be given the chance to try the show again. Speaking about the scandal on TV for the first time, the former Made In Chelsea star told the Loose Women panel that he wasn’t aware that steroids were illegal in Australia, and that the reason he’d taken them was for ‘vanity’.
Things are hotting for up for fledgling couple Spencer Matthews and Vicky Pattinson after they were spotted on a date night following their Easter break to Monaco. Vicky looked coy as she used her hand to cover her face as the pair were snapped leaving posh London eaterie Duck and Waffle. Fresh from their break in Monaco where the pair kept their fans up to date with their getaway via their social media channels where they have been uploading loads of cute selfies.
Things are hotting up between Spencer Matthews and Vicky Pattison after they jetted off to Monaco to spend the Easter break together. The pair confirmed their romance earlier this month with Vicky writing in her column for new! Magazine, that she went out with the Made In Chelsea star the previous week and by the sounds of things, it went pretty well. Spencer made his feelings for Vicky clear when he sent her 100 red roses for Valentine’s Day prompting fans to conclude they were an item.
Vicky Pattison has kept coy about dating Made In Chelsea lothario Spencer Matthews, going all shy when discussing the gorgeous flowers he sent her for Valentine’s Day on Loose Women.
Made In Chelsea’s very own Spencer Matthews has come over all ‘Madonna’ and has decided to sponsor a child in Africa. It’s all part of his new life plan to make the world 'a better place’ following the exposure of his steroid abuse. Speaking to The Mirror, a source said:“Spencer was absolutely devastated when he was forced to leave 'I’m A Celeb’ and his whole life was left in tatters.
Vicki Pattison has officially started dating Spencer Matthews. Writing in her column for new! Magazine, the I’m a Celebrity winner wrote that she went out with the Made In Chelsea star last week and by the sounds of things, it went pretty well. Spencer made his feelings for Vicky clear when he sent her 100 red roses for Valentine’s Day prompting fans to conclude they were an item.
Vicky Pattison has revealed that Spencer Matthews is an old romantic at heart, sending the I’m A Celebrity winner not one, not two, but one HUNDRED red roses for Valentine’s Day. Meanwhile, the only card we got was a sympathy card and a box of chocolates from our nan. Vicky, who spent a very short amount of time with Spencer in the Australian jungle before he left the show, revealed the romantic gesture as she joined the Loose Women panel again.
It has been reported that Spencer Matthews has quit reality show Made In Chelsea - just three months after he dropped out of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here after admitting that he was taking steroids. The posh toff has been a popular figure in five series of the E4 show, but now sources say that Spencer has made the choice to walk away in a bid to pursue other career opportunities. The source added to The Star newspaper: “It’s a massive loss to the E4 show because Spencer is undoubtedly its biggest and best-known character.
Instead of settling back into his everyday life after being booted out though, Spencer has actually been spending his time volunteering in Africa. Explaining more about Spenny’s amazing work in her New magazine column, Vicky wrote: “I still haven’t managed to see Spencer yet because he’s away in Tanzania teaching kids English and building an orphanage. A source previously said Spencer’s team’s priority was making sure he stayed ‘on the straight and narrow’ after the jungle, explaining to The Mirror at the time: “ He has one of the best teams in the business around him and they are having talks about how they can save his career.