There is one Made in Chelsea storyline that is bugging all die-hard MIC fans.
And no, it’s not the monotonous monologue of Olivia Bentley and Digby – although that story needs to be dropped too!
The supposed rivalry between Jamie Laing and new-boy Miles Nazaire is toe-curlingly awkward. Every scene where the two are supposedly dualing over 19-year-old Heloise Agostinelli is clearly scripted.
In fact, we think the entire things is fake! Here’s why…
imagine spending 24 hours a day believing that made in chelsea isnt scripted
— what's a gay (@tobycalway) August 6, 2018
Jamie Laing is Not Insecure
The entire Miles v Jamie storyline is based around Mr Laing’s deep insecurities. Trouble is, we know he isn’t insecure.
According to the latest Made in Chelsea: Croatia series, Jamie is jealous of Miles’s close friendship with his girlfriend, Ell.
However, any time Jamie mentions the word “insecure” and it is clearly in a sentence that has been scripted. It doesn’t sound natural or realistic at all!
Jamie and Miles Are Always Laughing!
Watching Jamie and Miles trying to have an argument is pretty hilarious.
It’s as if they are taking the mickey out of the scene and making a mockery out of what they have been told to do.
In Made in Chelsea: Croatia episode two, both Miles and Jamie ended up in stitches as they attempted to rip into one-other.
J-star attacked Miles’s French looks, while Nazaire ridiculed his mate’s hairline.
They were both laughing – this isn’t real!
— candice (@cgre) August 6, 2018
Actually creasing how much miles is enjoying winding Jamie up #madeinchelsea
— Alisa ありさ (@ali5aS) August 6, 2018
The Storyline Needs to End
Simply put, it’s a storyline that no-one cares about and that no-one believes.
There are scenes where Miles and Ell are caught flirting – such as on the beach or when escaping for ice cream – yet one glance at Instagram shows that Jamie and his girl are pretty damn close.
And let’s not forget that Jamie and Ell said that they “loved each other” towards the end of series 15!
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