It’s the show that has won over thousands of fans in just one year, however it could be the end of the road for E4’s Made In Chelsea, as rumours have been circulating that the show’s creator and several of the cast are planning to head stateside.
Above: are Hugo Taylor and dedicated girlfriend Natalie Joel headed stateside?
Beginning with a bang last May, the show has attracted a dedicated fan base and regularly upholds strong rating figures. However, star of the series Hugo Taylor (who initially came up with the idea for the show) has announced that he is planning to study drama in Los Angeles, and wishes to take Spencer with him! Since it was Hugo’s show in the first place many journalists have been speculating that this could mean the end of Made In Chelsea, as many potential Chelsea replacements ‘won’t go near it’.
Caggie Dunlop, who was initially cast as the female star of the show left Made In Chelsea earlier this series as she claimed she wished to ‘find herself’ and focus on her music. Although this hasn’t had a dramatic impact on the ratings of the show, it’s likely that if several more cast members leave the E4 programme simply won’t be the same.
Amy Childs and Mark Wright are prime examples of how using scripted reality shows to boost your fame can indeed work in your favour!
Although we all love to hate her, it’s a sure fact that we would all miss sharp-tongued Rosie Fortescue who isn’t yet sure whether she wishes to continue starring in the show, claiming ‘It depends what I am up to in my life’. Similarly, Millie Mackintosh has claimed to have outgrown the show and is said to have been enjoying her new found fame, winning over campaigns with Lipsy and St Tropez.
Above: Luckily there are no rumours that hilarious duo Cheska and Ollie are planning to leave the show!
Amy Childs and Mark Wright are prime examples of how using scripted reality shows to boost your fame can indeed work in your favour! Perhaps the stars of Made In Chelsea have recognised potential for work outside of the E4 show and want to cash in on their fame elsewhere. All that’s certain is that Made In Chelsea won’t be the same without its stars so I hope they stay grounded enough to stick with what’s made them famous!