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Ex On The Beach is finally returning to MTV with a 'gaggle' of famous faces; Geordie Shore's Vicky Pattison, Ricci Guarnaccio, Gaz Beadle and Charlotte Crosby have all previously appeared on the popular reality show.

Byline: Nicola Agius

The new series of Ex On The Beach is on its way!

After months of waiting, MTV has finally confirmed that its hit show will be returning to small screens across the nation on Tuesday 11 August.

Now in its third series, eight sexy singles are about to jet out to the white sandy shores of Mexico - or at least that's what producers have told them!

While show bosses are keeping tight-lipped over what surprises they in store for their housemates, a spokesperson has promised this season will be "crazier than the last".

In the first two series, fans watched on in hysterics as the singles' exes emerged one by one from the sea, destroying whatever romances had been developing prior to their arrival in the villa.

Now, in a brand new twist, producers have changed the terms and conditions for the singles. It won't just be any old exes surprising the singles - but their celebrity former lovers.

According to a show insider, a "gaggle of surprise celebrity exes" will be arriving - much to the horror of the unsuspecting singles.

Previously, Geordie Shore's Vicky Pattison, Ricci Guarnaccio, Gaz Beadle and Charlotte Crosby have all made appearances on the show.

Shelby Billingham, the ex-girlfriend of TOWIE's Mario Falcone, has also been on the programme.

But which celebrity ex is next?

The new series of Ex On The Beach returns to MTV on Tuesday 11 August 2015 at 10pm. Ex On The Beach 2: Will this season be the filthiest yet?

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Publication:Daily Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 29, 2015
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