Geordie Shore's Scott frustrated with Gaz and Charlotte
Geordie Shore's Scott Timlin wishes he could bang co-stars Gaz Beadle and Charlotte Crosby's heads together when they argue.
The 24-year-old hunk gets frustrated when the on/off couple clash on the MTV reality show and finds it difficult to intervene in their disputes because he feels like they are his family.
He said: ''It's f***ing hard. When Gaz and Charlotte argue I can't get involved because Gaz is like my brother and Charlotte is like my sister. So it's f***ing s**t. I just want to bang their heads together.''
Gaz and Charlotte clashed several times on the show's fifth series, which led to the brunette beauty leaving the 'Geordie Shore' house before the stars went on a trip to Tignes, in France's Northern Alps, and co-star Sophie Kasaei admits Charlotte's ''breakdown'' was the worst part about the latest season.
She explained: ''One of the biggest lowlights for me was seeing Charlotte have the biggest breakdown ever. She left the earliest she's ever left. She's never left it. Charlotte loves this so much.''
Holly Hagan added: ''I think next time she will come back. I hope she does because she's our best friend. And the C**k Capturers can't be C**k Capturers if there's only one. That just means I'd be a C**k Capturer.''
The stars of the series are heading to Australia for the sixth series of the show, and Scott would love to see a hot new female cast member introduced for him to have fun Down Under with.
Speaking to MTV, Scott said: ''Imagine getting a mint bird and Gaz won't be able to get with her because Charlotte would kill her. So that just leaves Scotty T to get stuck straight in. Game on.''17-04-2013
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