CHARLOTTE Crosby is returning to Geordie Shore four years after quitting the show.
Charlotte, 29, sensationally quit the cast of the show in 2016 when love rat boyfriend Gaz Beadle slept with Jemma Lucy behind her back.
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But Geordie Shore today revealed she’s set to make an epic comeback in special episode starring the MTV show’s favourite stars.
Charlotte will be joined by best pals and fan-favourites Marnie Simpson, Holly Hagan and Sophie Kasaei as well as Aaron Chalmers, ex boyfriend Gaz, Chloe Ferry, Nathan Henry, Abbie Holborn and James Tindale in a brand new series looking back on their roller coaster lives together.
The stars will follow the highs and lows of the show in Geordie Shore: Their Story which kicks off on Tuesday 22nd of September at 10pm on MTV.
The series also promises to reveal stories fans have never heard before each week and what has changed for the cast over the past 10 years.
Despite the MTV show being packed with controversial and explicit moments over the years, Charlotte told The Sun there are times even the cast went too far and scenes had to be cut from the episodes.
One scene that went too far even by their standards involved Charlotte “trying out sex toys for size”.
Charlotte said: “I’ve pretty much done it all, some of it hasn’t even been shown what I did.
“I had a really good time when we all did stuff to do with our bums.
“The girls wouldn’t do it on Geordie Shore, so I just did it alone, but it wasn’t shown, I think it was just too far.
“Geordie Shore does not want butt plugs.”
While Charlotte had no qualms filming THOSE shocking scenes for TV, there was one moment that left her “traumatised”.
She told The Sun Online: “There was a time when I said ‘no’ to the cameras, I was getting out of the shower and I had no hair [extensions] in and my hair is very thin, and it was all wet and I just looked so dreadful, I was like, ‘Please, you cannot film this.’
“I was so uncomfortable, I was almost traumatised.
“So my version of feeling uncomfortable and not doing something is completely different to everyone else’s.”