Charlotte Crosby sparks rumours of Geordie Shore return

We'll never stop hoping. You can't take our hope away.

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by Georgina Terry |
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Charlotte Crosby became our Geordie Shore princess pretty much the moment she walked into the show an incredible five years ago.

When she announced she was leaving earlier this year, following her revelation about suffering an ectopic pregnancy with Gary Beadle's child, we were devastated.

But Char has given us reason to hope that she may be returning to the show that made her name.

Well, sort of.

Our Char has been posting to her Snapchat and Instagram accounts many vids and pictures of her partying with her Shore sister Holly Hagan:

Plus Chloe Ferry and ex-cast member Sophie Kasaei:

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Does this mean Char is on her way back to MTV's flagship show?

Sadly, we don't think it guarantees anything other than that the friendship between the ladies is a sure-fire love thing.

The gang have been lording it up in Ibiza but AFTER Geordie Shore series 13 had finished filming.


In related news: there's one glaring absence from these pictures, right? Marnie Simpson.

Could it be because she's preparing for a stint in Celebrity Big Brother? Rumours are rife that she's the third Geordie Shore cast-mate to be heading into the house.

Here's hoping she wins, following Scotty T and Char's triumphs. Would be a bit AWKS otherwise.

Also absent is Chantelle Connelly but that's perhaps less surprising since Chantelle said that she wouldn't piss on Chloe if she was on fire. Sweet.

And while Char looks to be having a grand old time in Beefa, she has a treat waiting for her when she gets home. She's arranged a meet-up with ex-TOWIE and owner of a fine beard, Mario Falcone.

Will this cause a row between Char and Vicky Pattison, who's also in tweet contact with Mario? Uh-oh.

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