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Gary 'Gaz' Beadle refused entry into New Zealand

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Gary 'Gaz' Beadle refused entry into New Zealand

Gary 'Gaz' Beadle was refused entry into New Zealand.

The 'Geordie Shore' star was scheduled to make an appearance at The Edge's One Night Stand Party in Auckland on Tuesday (09.08.16) with his co-star Marty McKenna but was stopped at the border in Queenstown and sent back to Queensland in Australia.

A spokesperson for Immigration New Zealand (INZ) told the Daily Star newspaper: "There are certain conditions that all temporary visitors to New Zealand must meet in order to be eligible for entry.

"The onus is on the visitor to satisfy INZ that they meet all of the entry requirements at the time they travel to New Zealand.

"Mr Beadle did not meet these requirements. He was put on a flight back to Australia [on Wednesday] afternoon after being released on conditions which allowed him to spend [Tuesday] night at his pre-arranged accommodation."

Despite Gaz' entry issues, the organisers of the event in New Zealand are adamant the party will still go on without the hunk.

Organisers said in a statement: 'The Edge One Night Stand Party will still be going ahead no matter what, with Marty from Geordie Shore, performances from Savage & Kings, hosted by Jay-Jay, Dom & Randell, Guy, Sharyn and Clint and all The Edge crew."

Meanwhile, the 27-year-old star was no doubt disappointed when he was told he would have to return to Australia as just hours before he was given the bad news, he'd shared a picture of him airborne as he flew over the snowy mountains en route to New Zealand.