Andy Jordan: ‘I Wish I’d Never Gone On Made In Chelsea’

Ah, remember the days when Andy Jordan was still gracing our screens on Made In Chelsea?

The 25-year-old was the centre of a number of dramatic storylines, including that turbulent relationship with Louise Thompson.

But while we miss seeing the SW3 hunk (and his nostrils) on the E4 reality show every Monday, he doesn’t feel quite so nostalgic.

Andy Jordan joined Made In Chelsea in 2012

 


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In fact, Andy’s admitted that he REGRETS ever signing up. Whaaat? :(.

He tells The Sun: ‘In hindsight, I wish I hadn’t done it the way I have. I wish I had never gone on at all.

Andy Jordan’s relationship with Louise Thompson was *certainly* eventful

 

‘When I left TV I didn’t really want to be on TV, I just wanted to write music. In London it is hard because there is so many things distracting you.’

Andy joined MIC during the fourth season back in 2012, but announced that he was quitting last summer.

At the time, he explained that he wanted to focus on his lifestyle brand Jam Industries, which meant he wouldn’t be able to commit to the programme’s long filming hours.

Andy Jordan is now working on his music career

 

But he also wanted to kick-start his music career.


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Andy Jordan’s been on a UK tour

 

 

Happily for Andy, it seems as though he’s having some success with this. He’s performed at gigs around the UK, and has apparently developed quite a fanbase in America.

He continues: ‘At the moment, I am doing better in the US than the UK, and it is the fastest growing fanbase I’ve got.

Andy Jordan says he has a growing fanbase in the US

 

‘Glastonbury is my number one goal, but not yet. I am playing Radio One’s Big Weekend in Exeter though which will be amazing.

‘I write a lot of house music, I am singing for a house DJ but I can’t say who. I love festivals. I just get on it and have a great time. It’s the whole point isn’t it?’