Is this Ex On The Beach babe joining TOWIE?

Harriette Harper could definitely cause some DRAMAS


by Hannah Mellin |
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Reality telly shows love mingling with each other every now and again.

Over the years, we've had more crossovers than you can shake a stick at. From TOWIE's Ricky Rayment making a cameo on Geordie Shore (lololol) to Ex On The Beach queen Megan McKenna becoming a fully fledged member of *TOWIE. *

Love Island's Rykard Jenkins even made an appearence on *Ibiza Weekender *the other week (he didn't last long).

And now Harriette Harper, who's currently a firm feature in all the* EOTB* AGG, is said to be rumoured to be joining the cast of TOWIE.


Harriett is a true Essex gal AND she's an ex-girlfriend of *TOWIE *fitlord Pete Wicks.

So she could definitely stir things up a tad - especially as Pete has only just split up with his girlfriend of nearly a year, Megan McKenna.


Revealing all the The Sun, Harriette is pretty keen to become a Brentwood regular.

"If the situation was right and the storyline was right I would most definitely join Towie.

"I would shake it up! It needs shaking up. It feels like the same old stories – she cheated on him, he cheated on her, blah blah…

"I feel like they need someone in there to rock the boat and I could do it."

A potential reunion with Pete is out of the question, though, as Harriett is currently dating Stephanie Davis' ex Sam Reece.



But given Megan McKenna's past history with Pete's exes, it's likely that Harriette rocking up could cause some fireworks.

A source told The Sun: "Megan has unleashed utter fury on Pete before when he rekindled a relationship with an ex.

"But this time one of his former girlfriends could actually be on the show.

"Bosses know Harriet will ruffle a few feathers, while obviously adding to the show’s glamour."


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