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Vicky Pattison hits back after 'gurning' causes concern among fans

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Vicky Pattison hits back after 'gurning' causes concern among fans

Vicky Pattison has hit back after her "gurning" during a recent appearance on The Xtra Factor caused concern among fans.

The ex Geordie Shore star made an appearance on The X Factor's spin-off show last month (Oct16) looking stunning in a skintight PVC dress. But it was her jaw movement that sparked the most debate on social media, with some viewers even questioning whether the reality star may have been on drugs.

Former I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! winner Vicky has now responded to the remarks made about her appearance on the programme, insisting: "My jaw movement is something that I've always done. I did it in the jungle and I got stick for it.

"It gets worse when I drink and I didn't drink once in the jungle, yet people were still questioning it."

Vicky also hit headlines through her Xtra Factor appearance due to her flirty behaviour with Newcastle businessman John Noble.

"Vicky and John were all over each other, and he even grabbed her bum at one point in full view of the audience," a source told The Sun at the time.

"They didn't seem to mind her mum was sat right next to them - they used to date in the past and Vicky was obsessed with him."

But Vicky added in her interview with OK! magazine that she has yet to find her dream man.

“I haven’t been a complete nun, but I haven’t met anyone who’s held my interest. It’d take a very specific man to be okay with me and my lifestyle,” she explained.

“I’m quite emasculating so whoever I end up with is going to have to be masculine."

Vicky can next be seen hosting I'm A Celebrity spin-off, I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp, alongside Joe Swash, Stacey Solomon and Chris Ramsey.

She said of the role recently: "Winning the jungle last year was the most incredible experience of my life. I wasn't ready to say goodbye to my jungle experience just yet and luckily, after getting my dream job, I don't have to."

- Cover Media