Charlotte Crosby Is Definitely Returning To MTV's 'Geordie Shore'

Charlotte Crosby is sure to return to MTV's "Geordie Shore." According to Chloe Ferry, she should have no problem to work with her ex-partner Gary Beadle. Crosby had an emotional walkout in June last year when she split with Beadle. She also suffered an ectopic pregnancy.

Nevertheless, present speculations suggest that Charlotte must be back in the reality show. Chloe called her one of the most important people on the show. Even though she might have needed a break, she is "definitely" coming back, Chloe said. According to Ferry, she is totally over with Beadle now, and so is Beadle with her. "They'll be fine working together again," Chloe told Digital Spy.

Charlotte is presently dating Stephen Bear. According to Aaron Chalmers, the Celebrity Big Brother winner is perfect for her. Gary, on the other hand, is now dating Mario Falcone's former girlfriend Emma McVey. Aaron believes Charlotte and Stephen are a good match as "they're both mad." "They've both completely lost the plot," Aaron said.

Charlotte, however, denied dating Bear in a recent interview. Anyway, she hopes that both of them have a great future together. Instead of dating, Charlotte and Bear are apparently doing something better. They are "kissing." Charlotte said she was spending a lot of time with Bear, whom she called "fit as f**k." She admitted fancying him a lot and considered the relationship a "long-lasting" one.

According to Aaron, it's a great thing that Charlotte and Gary broke up. The couple tried for six years, but it still didn't work for them. They had their best chance on "Geordie Shore" and outside. Aaron said it still didn't work. Aaron believes the two, as adults, should be fine working together again.

According to The Sun, Charlotte called 2016 the toughest year of her life. She described it as the most traumatic one so far in her life. However, she believes the learning curve has only made her stronger.

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