Charlotte Crosby slams Vicky Pattison saying she thinks she’s ‘higher’ than Geordie Shore

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Charlotte Crosby has slammed her former Geordie Shore co-star Vicky Pattison saying she thinks she’s “higher” than the show and that “nobody cares” about her doing a reunion.

The reality star, 31, was speaking to her fellow cast mates Scotty T and James Tinsdale about a potential reunion on her podcast Values and Vibrators.

As she reminisced about the MTV show, she said: “It does make us wish more than ever we could have a reunion show. Imagine. It would be fun. It would be so different, especially with the originals. Say for example Vicky. Vicky would never do it again. I mean, I don’t think we really care about that.”

Charlotte, who recently labelled “toxic” ex Gaz Beadle her “worst boyfriend ever”, later said: “I wouldn’t even mind if Vicky came back, but I just know she never, ever would.”

When Scotty asked why people wouldn’t go back, Charlotte added: “I think they move on and they think that they’re higher than Geordie Shore now.”

Scotty said: “It’s not about being higher, it’s realising what made you because Geordie Shore was everyone’s base."

Charlotte previously revealed how she drifted apart from Vicky.

When asked if they’re still friends during an Instagram Q+A, Charlotte confessed the once-close pair haven’t spoken since Vicky left the MTV show in 2014.

“I wouldn’t exactly say we arnt friends. Because non of us fell out. It’s one of those things where she left the show and went on her own path,” she wrote.

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“She didn’t really stay in touch with any of us. But equally we probs didn’t stay in touch either. Nobodies fault really. But she made no secret that she has no fond memories from the show.

“And didn’t really have many nice things to say about it on departure. Which I think made us kinda second guess if she even wanted to be associated with us.”

She added: “I think there may be the odd message sent between the other girls. But not with me no. No hard feelings however and wish the best for her.”

In November last year, Vicky told The Sun that her life went "in different directions" to her cast members.

She said: "Whenever anyone from a reality TV background does well I’m always flying the flag and being a bit of a cheerleader, so I do hope they’re all still doing great.

"It couldn’t be fairer, I have moved away from all of that and we don’t keep in touch like we should.

“Often when you leave jobs you don’t always manage to keep in touch with everybody. Your life goes in different directions.

"Barry from accounts might have seemed super cool at the time, but five days later you’re not always checking in on Barry. It’s a natural progression.

"But fair play, I hope the cast are all doing really good, and maybe I should have stayed in touch better, but I’ve gone in a different direction. I do wish them all the best."

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