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Marnie Simpson wants to study criminology

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Marnie Simpson wants to study criminology

Marnie Simpson wants to study criminology.

The 'Geordie Shore' star - who is known for stumbling out of nightclubs in front of the cameras - is being pushed by her former 'Celebrity Big Brother' housemate Saira Khan, who she met in August, to walk away from the boozy MTV show and go to university because she believes she's got too much talent to waste on alcohol.

Speaking on 'Loose Women' on Wednesday (19.10.16) sometimes panellist Saira told Marnie: "What I will say to you is 'Geordie Shore' will have a life span, you've got enormous potential, I know you wanna go...bank that money, you're a sensible girl, go to university and get that criminology degree that you were telling me about, seriously, believe in yourself, you are bigger than 'Geordie Shore'."

Although the 24-year-old beauty has agreed to be part of the forthcoming series of the show, she has admitted it may not be long before she walks away because she thinks her drunken antics will start to affect her relationship with Lewis Bloor.

She explained: "I went in there ['Geordie Shore' house] when I had a relationship before and it was tough but I got through it and I haven't cared about anyone else how I care about Lewis so it'll be a breeze. I'm just going in there to have fun, it's not about getting with boys and stuff anymore, it's in the past."

The couple - who met in the 'CBB' house two months ago - have been subject to split rumours after Marnie deleted all traces of the hunk from her Instagram account.

However, she's adamant her and Lewis are "100 per cent" in love and she only wiped him from her social networking sites because they'd had an argument.

She said: "It's really really tough because we live so far away, we had an argument and I deleted every single picture of us from Instagram but it's because I'm angry and I'm immature and everyone is looking and I was like, 'Oh god why have I done that.' Because now I have put so much pressure on us, we are working through it, it's hard."