If Adam Collard is set for Geordie Shore then what about Ellie Brown?

Fans of Geordie Shore expect cast changes now like they expect the season change.

Season 19 saw four newbies enter the Geordie house and many prominent cast members such as Abbie Holborn depart as a regular and Sophie Kasaei leave for good!

So with all these major cast members going, the MTV bosses have been on the hunt for some new additions. Could this addition come in the form of Love Island’s Adam Collard?

Here is everything you need to know about Adam joining and the chance his fellow Geordie Islander might be coming along with him…

Pictured: Adam Collard.

Adam Collard on Geordie Shore

This tall, dark and handsome Love Island star would make the perfect fit for the show.

A proper Geordie and party boy, the 22-year-old would slip right in with the rest of the house and reportedly is happy to be “filmed going out partying and having fun with people like Chloe Ferry”.

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We think this tatted playboy could be just what the house needs to be shaken up even more!

Is he really joining?

A source told The Sun:

Adam was approached about joining and after mulling it over is preparing to sign up.

Considering that Adam has yet to have any new telly ventures planned for 2019, this would be a great new venture for him.

Could Ellie Brown join Geordie Shore?

With the recent break up of Chloe and Sam, there’s room to speculate that one or the other won’t be returning to the show for the next season.

But does that mean there’s space for another housemate?

We know another Geordie Love Islander who would make a great fit for the show as well, who’s already pals with Adam… None other than Ellie Brown!

We’d love to see Ellie go radge on the show and think she’d also make a great addition to the Geordie house.

 

WATCH GEORDIE SHORE EVERY TUESDAY AT 10 PM ON MTV.

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