The latest series of Made In Chelsea kicked off last night – and it was as full of dramz as ever.
After spending the last season in the States, the London gang were back in SW3. Yep, that ultimate breeding ground for angst, tears and break-ups.
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So what happened on yesterday’s episode? Well, we were first reunited with the cast members who were missing from MIC LA.
These included stalwarts Spencer Matthews and Rosie Fortescue, as well as lovebirds Tiffany Watson and Sam Thompson.
After Jess Woodley dramatically ended her and Jamie Laing’s on-off romance in the last American episode, it was revealed that they’d hooked up once again.
Cue lots of laddish conversations with Spenny and awkward looks over a dinner party with Louise Thompson, Binky Felstead and Ollie Locke (yep, he’s BACK).
Speaking of Binky, it seems she’s still not over Josh ‘JP’ Patterson.
Despite pals including Louise and Lucy Watson warning her off him, she couldn’t help questioning him about their romance once again. Nooo, Binks!
But it actually ended up being Tiffany who caused the most drama of all.
Sam was left devatated after she admitted to cheating during a summer trip to Hong Kong, revealing that she’d kissed someone she’d ‘had feelings for’.
She said she’d been feeling insecure about their relationship after seeing photos of Sam getting touchy-feely with a woman in a Chelsea nightclub while she was abroad.
However, Sam insisted he hadn’t kissed the girl and was just messing around.
Following Tiff’s confession during a rooftop party, Sam emotionally told her: ‘We are done’ before storming off. EEK.
It seems the episode hit close to home, as Tiffany later Tweeted: ‘Very hard to watch… Lots of regrets.’
But will they get back together? Sam has told Digital Spy that he ‘can’t answer that’. So that’s not a definite no.
However, he did add that: ‘God it hurt when I got cheated on man! Like poor Sam, I wouldn’t wish that on anyone.’
We’re not quite sure why he slipped into third person there. But we do wonder what’ll happen next Monday…