Charlotte Crosby is over Gaz
Charlotte Crosby says she's completely over Gary 'Gaz' Beadle.
The 'Geordie Shore' star insists she has no lingering feelings for the lothario and has been happily committed to her boyfriend Mitch Jenkins for over a year.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''We're still friends because we've got to work together.
''I've been with my boyfriend for a year-and-a-half now, so I don't really understand why people think there would be anything there. I'm happy and I'm in love with Mitch, so no - there's really nothing [there for Gaz] and I don't really care.
''Me and Gary are friends and have been friends for a while now.''
Meanwhile, the 24-year-old star came face-to-face with another former flame while filming the new series of 'Geordie Shore' as Kyle Christie has joined the cast.
She said: ''I was shocked - I got a shock. But when I sat and thought about it, I kind of knew it was coming.''
Thankfully, Charlotte's boyfriend wasn't too worried about her being reunited with another ex.
She added: ''Mitch doesn't know anything of my past boyfriends, so obviously I had to tell him because it would get brought up in the show. He was fine with it. Obviously he wasn't the happiest he's ever been, but he was okay - it's just something he's got to get on with.''
The 'Celebrity Big Brother' champion will soon celebrate her second anniversary with Mitch but she admits she isn't ready to settle down.
Charlotte said: ''It's been a year-and-a-half, so I wouldn't say we're going to be getting married and having babies tomorrow, but we are very much in love.''
'Geordie Shore' begins tonight (22.07.14) at 10pm on MTV.22-07-2014
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