Goulding keen on ‘Geordie Shore’ role

Goulding keen on ‘Geordie Shore’ role

Ellie Goulding wants a cameo in ‘Geordie Shore’.

The singer who performed at Prince William and Duchess Catherine’s wedding reception last year would love to star in the MTV reality TV show after she hooked up with the cast for a boozing session on Monday.

A source said: “Ellie is absolutely addicted to the show and, being in Newcastle, she was desperate to meet the cast.

“She ended up at the Bijoux bar, which is known by fans of the show as a place where they go, and the whole lot of them turned up.

“They welcomed Ellie with open arms and spent the night doing shots and knocking back cocktails together.”

Ellie is said to have been shocked by how friendly the entire cast were and ladies man Gary ‘Gaz’ Beadle reportedly had his eye on the pretty blonde, which won’t have impressed his on/off love interest Charlotte Crosby.

The source added: “Despite their reputation, Ellie couldn’t believe how lovely they all were and asked if she could join them on the show. The lads – in particular ladies’ man Gaz – seemed well up for it.”

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