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Who is Club Rep Wars star BJ? - Who is his MODEL fiancé?

Brand new E4 series Club Rep Wars is headed by a man named Ben ‘BJ’ Jackson.

The Zante club owner is running the show as two teams of holiday reps go head to head in a battle to be the best reps on the island.

Here’s everything you need to know about BJ…

CLUB REP WARS – Karys, Rob, Catissa, BJ, Eliot, Nicola, Harry.

Who is Ben Jackson?

Ben is a 34-year-old club owner.

The British-born boss has seen it all when it comes to partying, with 15 years’ experience working on party resorts in Kavos, Malia, Ayia Napa and Majorca.

Speaking about life as a holiday rep, BJ told Fabulous Online:

I’ve seen everything, I wouldn’t even know when to start, but it could have happened, it’s happened.

His latest venture is in Zante, where he first fell in love with the Greek island during a lads’ holiday in 2004.

BJ now owns one of the biggest nightlife hotspots in Greece, Holiday Box Office, while also co-owning a newbie club to the scene, Pure Beach Club, alongside Geordie Shore’s Gaz Beadle.

Both of the clubs heavily feature on Club Rep Wars.

Pure Beach Club

Holiday Box Office

Is BJ Married?

Ben is not married although he is engaged to model fiancé Beth Jenkins.

You can expect a host of celebs to Rendez-vous at their wedding…

Ben and Beth spend their time between the Laganas beach of Zante and the coastline of Brighton.

However, they recently toured across the U.S.A and Bahamas together.

What Else do We Know?

Unlike the reps on Club Rep Wars, BJ is the one who has to behave.

We are yet to see him ripping off his shirt and jumping in the pool. Which is a shame, considering he has some serious tattoo art.

Ben’s fiance, Beth, has 1,600 followers on Instagram, where she boasts a portfolio of modelling pics.

If @bethj92 is a hint towards her age, then that makes Beth 26 years old.




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