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Geordie Shore bosses have decided to get rid of the iconic "s**g pad" in favour of a pop-up romping quarters instead.
Cast members of the outrageous MTV show have all got together discuss the brand new series, which will focus on the partygoers finding love.
The reality stars revealed that the programme has taken a different angle to accommodate to the cast becoming older but possible still none the wiser when it comes to meeting their match.
Opening up about the s***g pad being no longer, Any Kennedy explained: : "So, basically if you wanted any hanky panky to go down you would have to tell the lads 'can you give us five minutes, will ya?'"
Pal Louis Shaw then chimed in to say: "You wouldn't need five minutes, you kid."
Ant continued: "There were certain situations where there was a little bit of spying going down, but if you needed real privacy the there was something put up for you to enjoy yourself in private I guess with no peering eyes.
"Yeah, there was something put up at some points for us to enjoy it."
Marty Mckenna will also be making a return to the new series and revealed that the window between the bedrooms desperately needs covering up as well – to stop other cast members peeking at private moments.
But other cast members went on to explain that it's not really what the show is about anymore.
"The series focuses more on us personally and our personal journeys," said Nathan Henry.
Chloe Ferry agreed and said: "The show is not really about s***ing anymore it's a whole different concept."
She also went on to explain that she hopes the future of the show follows suit and steers away from the booze and bust-ups.
She added: "I hope it stays like this because we are all getting older now, don't get us wrong we still all love going out and partying but I feel like with this concept you have to see us in a different light, plus everyone had a much better time this time around."
Brunette bombshell Abbie Holborn also joined in to say that she much preferred the new structure of the show.
Abbie said: "And because of restrictions as well with coming out of lockdown everyone was happy for it.
"I 100% prefer it, I loved it and I think that everyone did as well."
Brand new Geordie Shore premieres Tuesday, October 5 at 10pm on MTV
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