Made In Chelsea Stars To Revisit Classic Episodes In Lockdown

That's after the next dramatic episode, of course...

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by Bonnie McLaren |
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We have to admit, Made In Chelsea has been one of our main highlights of the week since we've been in lockdown. So, if you're anything like us, then you'll be delighted to know that despite coronavirus halting filming, we're still going to get the same amount of Chelsea drama{ =nofollow}.

From Monday May 4 - that's the Monday after next - the cast are going to take us back down memory lane as six special episodes will see different cast members get together virtually each week to revisit a classic MIC episode - and relive some of their biggest dating disasters and scandals. Yas, dahling! Nothing like reliving some of your cringiest moments! On TV with the whole country!

The first episode will feature Jamie Laing, Alex Mytton and Sam Thompson{ =nofollow}. They will be watching the episode where rumours of Alex’s infidelity reach a distraught Binky. Meanwhile Sam finally thinks he’s met the girl of his dreams in Christiana, or at least he does - until he introduces her to Spencer.

But, obviously, the current series of Made In Chelsea isn't quite over yet - the finale is on Monday. And it's obviously action packed. The girls go to a (probably very posh) sex workshop, Binky{ =nofollow}gives an insight into her new life as a mum, and Mark and Victoria are back (to drink champagne, and paint pottery, obvs). Oh, and there's yet more trouble in paradise for Zara and Sam. We'll be watching.

Made In Chelsea is on E4 Monday at 9pm. Join us on Instagram @graziauk at 10pm for our live catch up after the show.

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