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9 August 2016, 10:48 | Updated: 4 December 2017, 11:10
Gary speaks out about sleeping with Jemma Lucy on the first night of the show, while Charlotte Crosby was suffering an ectopic pregnancy at home.
The series hasn’t even hit our screens yet, but it looks like Gary Beadle is already regretting his actions on Ex On The Beach – in particular, sleeping with Jemma Lucy on the first night.
It’s well documented that Gaz’s ex and former Geordie Shore co-star Charlotte Crosby was suffering an ectopic pregnancy while he was filming for the show and cheating on her with three other girls, and Gaz has finally admitted he regrets his actions.
Speaking to Digital Spy, Gaz admitted that he had fallen for the ‘trap’ of Jemma Lucy, who just wanted to get back at Charlotte for ‘stealing’ Gary from her, “I kind of regret the first night. I just think I walked straight into a trap, really.
"Obviously I was p**sed but I can't blame that. But certain people set out to do certain things and I got back and I was p**sed off a little bit.
"You can't actually say you didn't want to do these things or whatever, but I definitely regret that first night. After that, I think I was alright. But yeah. I maybe shouldn't have done that."
Given that there was existing bad blood between Jemma and Charlotte before the show, Jemma apparently made sure that Charlotte would find out what Gary had done before he had even finished filming the series.
Needless to say, Gary was pretty annoyed that he didn’t have a chance to explain to Charlotte before she found out from other people, explaining, “It was massive as soon as I got back. It's annoying, because it spoils the show a little bit. People who leave early or left early shouldn't really come back and tell people what's happened during filming.
"I came back and got my phone back and everyone already knew what I'd been doing. And there were some things that I wanted to come back and tell certain people what had happened myself. I wanted to come back and say, 'Look, I want to tell you exactly what happened before it comes out'. And admitted them.
"But because that person already knew about it f**king weeks earlier, they'd built up their anger and it spoilt a lot of things. I think when it goes out on TV the same thing will happen - there'll be a lot of social media stuff and a lot of f**king tweets getting thrown about."
Gary’s series starts on MTV on 16th August – and we reckon we know one person who probably WON’T be tuning in for that one…