We are just two episodes into this series of Celebs Go Dating, and the celeb making a stir already is The Only Way is Essex's Chloe Brockett. Celebs Go Dating sees single celebs brush up on their dating skills through a series of dates and mixer events, aided by experts Paul C Brunson and Anna Williamson. Chloe insists she doesn't know exactly why she's single,' Maybe I’m single, because I always go for the wrong people. I always date exes or go for the typical Essex boy.'
She has received some backlash on social media recently about her 'rude' attitude on her first few dates, but Chloe fully acknowledges this. 'I do realise that I am also single because of my own doing and my own behaviour.' She continues, 'Even watching myself back on dates during first few episodes, I don't realise how off I can be with people. I'm thinking, Oh, my God, I was so nice and so chatty, but then I watch it back and I feel so bad for these poor men.'
However, one fellow celeb she has been linked to is not from Essex, but from Chelsea - Made In Chelsea's Miles Nazaire. She teased, 'I can't tell you what happened between me and Miles, I wish I could!' Miles is known by Made In Chelsea viewers for his bad boy persona, he was certainly in the thick of the drama last series. Viewers saw him meddling between long time couple Ruby Adler and Reza Amiri-Garroussi , which led to the breakdown of their relationship. However Chloe see's a different side to him, ' As soon as I met him, TOWIE girl's Chloe Meadows and Courtney Green said, "Oh, he's such a player, he’s such a bad boy" but I just don't see it.'
'The more time I spend with him, the more I realised he's actually so nice, and he probably does hide a little bit behind his bad boy persona on Made In Chelsea - but I just don't get that vibe.' So while Chloe remains tight lipped about their rumoured romance, she is teasing something, is a TOWIE and MIC crossover on the cards?
While Chloe walked into Celeb's Go Dating with her guard up, she reveals it wasn't an easy transition from filming TOWIE. 'I definitely learned that it's okay to just be vulnerable, but filming TOWIE, I'm so used to having to constantly be on the attack and defending myself.' She continues, 'So, I went into this show and genuinely felt like the producers, the agents, everyone was trying to set me up.'
Chloe admits, 'But I realised that wasn't true and they just wanted me to have a nice experience. I do open up as the episodes go on... it just takes time.'