Mark Francis turned the stomachs of DJ’s across the world with his hilarious attempt to get behind the decks.
The sassy and satirical MIC favourite, who is often described as too posh Chelsea, stole the show in episode six.
Not only did Mark last all but 30 minutes spinning the decks, but he had Alex Mytton “pressing the buttons” and had no interest in whether the crowd actually liked his music.
All hail, ‘Cheyne Mink’…
#MadeInChelsea we need to see more of Mark Francis!
— Jennifer blaylock (@Jenniferblaylo5) April 17, 2018
Mark’s adventure into the music business started with a meeting alongside Alex, Olivia Bentley and her boyfriend.
Of course, all famous DJ ’s dreamed about stepping behind the mixing booth since they were little.
Mark is no different…
Mark Francis wanting to learn to DJ is brilliant 🤣🤣 #MadeInChelsea
— Rachel Chan (@rachelchanx) April 16, 2018
Alex went on to explain that “90% of the crowd don’t realise a bad mix” because they are normally “too drunk”.
We’d probably recommend staying away from an Alex Mytton DJ set.
Music With a Purpose
Unlike other artists, who perhaps make music to please their audiences, Mark had a very different vision for his new venture.
Alex explained that a crowd needs to enjoy the song selection, and not just appreciate the professional DJ mixing.
Mark, however, came across as if he more interested in whacking his favourites songs onto a floppy disk and playing them out loud, regardless of what people thought.
"I'm much happier in an empty room, I don't really like people". Mark Francis legend 😂👏 #MadeInChelsea
— Daniel Earley (@DanielEarley) April 16, 2018
Mark met up with pals Victoria Baker-Harber and Sophie Hermann to discuss his new stage name.
First, though, he had to make it clear that there were certain genres he would not be playing; rap, garage and heavy metal.
— Tori (@sun_shi_n_e) April 16, 2018
The conversation soon moved on to Mark’s Dj name, with Sophie coming out with this…
Not sure that’s actually how DJ names work Sophie!
Nevertheless, Mark was left with a banging new stage name.
Cheyne Mink 😂😂😂 #MadeInChelsea
— Jenna Lucas (@JennaLucas81) April 16, 2018
Nailing the Show
Naturally, Mark refused to wear the headphones because they would “mess up his hair”.
He also directed Alex to push all the dials and buttons.
Basically, do everything…
Unfortunately, we didn’t actually hear any of Mark’s set, although based on his post-30-minute mixing whinge, it must have been pretty mind-blowing.
Would love to see Mark-Francis become a dj 😩😩😩 #MadeInChelsea
— megs (@mxeadie) April 16, 2018
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