Lauren Pope thinks male TOWIE stars won't succeed

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Lauren Pope thinks male TOWIE stars won't succeed

Lauren Pope doesn't think the male 'TOWIE' stars will have careers when the show ends.

The 32-year-old reality star isn't worried about the future when 'The Only Way is Essex' finally draws to a close because she has other business ventures, but doesn't think other stars of the show have had the foresight to plan ahead.

Asked if she worries about the show ending, she said: "No, because I've worked hard on a lot of things, like my hair brand.

"It won't last forever but I don't think the boys understand that. They're at PAs every week getting p***ed.

"What's Lewis Bloor going to do? He's been unemployed for quite some time. He tried the whole bad boy thing and it massively backfired."

Lauren is currently single and looking for love but she admits she worries guys are using her to get onto the show.

She told Star magazine: "If I met a guy who wanted to come on the show it would make me wary.

"There are warning signs when you meet a guy. If they start asking about 'TOWIE', that's what they're into.

"I'll meet someone and think they're really nice, but when they get comfortable, that's when the warning signs come. But I'm quick to suss people out.

"Someone can say one thing, totally cringe me out and I'm done. I'm cut-throat."