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Charlotte Crosby

Charlotte Crosby
Born Charlotte-Letitia Crosby
Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England
Occupation Television personality
Television Geordie Shore (2011—)
Celebrity Big Brother (2013)
Website .com.officialcharlottecrosbywww

Charlotte-Letitia Crosby is an English reality television personality from Sunderland. She rose to fame in 2011 after appearing in the MTV reality series Geordie Shore. She also won the twelfth series of Celebrity Big Brother in 2013.

Contents

  • Career 1
  • Personal life 2
  • Filmography 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Career

Crosby is best known for being a cast member of MTV's reality show Geordie Shore, which she has starred in since 2011. She has currently featured in all ten series of the show. She is known best for her on/off relationship with fellow cast member Gaz Beadle.[1][2]

In November 2012, alongside her Geordie Shore cast members, Crosby guest appeared in the 2012 MTV Europe Music Awards where they presented the award for Best Male, which Justin Bieber won.[3][4] In February 2013, Crosby appeared on The Sarah Millican Television Programme alongside her Geordie Shore cast members Gary Beadle, James Tindale and Holly Hagan.[5]

On 23 August 2013, Crosby entered the Celebrity Big Brother house to compete in the twelfth series. On 13 September, she was crowned the winner of the series beating Abz Love who finished as runner-up.[6][7]

In September 2013, Crosby appeared on Celebrity Juice, This Morning and The Wright Stuff.[8][9][10] In January 2014, it was confirmed that Crosby would have her own reality series on TLC where she will spend time in different extreme cultures and to live with some of the world's unique communities. "I am bursting with excitement about my new show with TLC. I literally want to run around shouting about it from the rooftops!"[11] The series is called The Charlotte Crosby Experience.[12]

Personal life

In March 2012, Crosby was given an 18-month driving ban after she was found guilty of drink driving.[13]

Crosby's autobiography, ME ME ME, was published in July 2015.[14]

Filmography

Year Show Role Note
2011–present Geordie Shore Herself Cast member
2012 2012 MTV Europe Music Awards Guest, presented Best Male award
2013 The Sarah Millican Television Programme 1 episode (5 February 2013)
2013 Celebrity Big Brother Housemate (series 12)
2013, 2014 Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side Housemate (series 12), Guest (series 13 & 14)
2013, 2015 The Wright Stuff 2 episodes (17 September 2013, 8 January 2015)
2013, 2014 Celebrity Juice 3 episodes (19 September 2013, 8 May 2014, 23 October 2014)
2013, 2014 This Morning 3 episodes (24 September, 5 November 2013, 7 January 2014)
2013 Celebrity Wedding Planner 1 episode (18 October 2013)
2013 The Xtra Factor 2 episodes (10 November 2013, 15 December 2013)
2014 Fake Reaction 1 episode (9 January 2014)
2014 The Charlotte Crosby Experience Presenter
2014 Viral Tap 1 episode (4 May 2014)
2014 Britain's Got More Talent 1 episode (29 May 2014)
2014 Big Brother's Bit on the Side Guest (Series 15)
2015 Ex On The Beach Gary Beadle's ex (Series 2)
2015 Safeword 1 episode (30 July 2015)
2015 Through The Keyhole 1 episode (19 September 2015)

References

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  5. ^ The Sarah Millican Television Programme - Series 2 - Episode Guide - British Comedy Guide
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  12. ^ https://twitter.com/tlc_uk/status/452066215440445440
  13. ^ Geordie Shore star Charlotte-Letitia Crosby handed 18 month ban for drink driving | Mail Online
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External links

Preceded by
Rylan Clark
Celebrity Big Brother UK winner
Series 12 (2013)
Succeeded by
Jim Davidson
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