TOWIE star reveals HUGE behind the scenes secret

Mind.Blown. 🤯

TOWIE secret producers call Chloe Brockett

by Nathan Katnoria |

TOWIE returned to our screens earlier this month for its 29th series and, as ever, there’s no shortage of drama in Essex following Chloe Brockett’s fling with James Lock, her feud with Liam ‘Gatsby’ Blackwell and his girlfriend Dani Imbert, and Yazmin Oukhellou’s sensational return.

One thing we’ve always wanted to know about the ITVBe show is how the cast randomly bump into each other in the street, but we don’t have to wonder any longer as Chloe has let slip a major behind the scenes secret that explains it all.

The 20 year old opened up about how the show is filmed during an Instagram Q&A with fans, when one of her followers asked, “Is TOWIE 100% real now with just some scenes for entertainment purposes?”

TOWIE secret producers call Chloe Brockett
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Setting the record straight, Chloe replied, “TOWIE is 100% real. Of course we are put into scenes because how else would we bump into each other, but I always try to be my authentic self, regardless of the consquences.”

Another fan then asked, “How do they know who has an issue with one another at first to put the scenes together??”

Chloe well and truly spilled the beans as she responded, “TOWIE call us every day for updates 👀.”

Well, we never…

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TOWIE secret producers call Chloe Brockett
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Chloe, who first joined the show in 2019 when she was just 18 years old, also admitted that she’s no longer as affected by the show’s explosive scenes as she was when she originally became a cast member.

When one of her followers sent in the question, “Have you ever felt hurt on TOWIE whilst in an argument but covered it up?”, she said, “Yeah in my first series the arguments really affected me. I’d leave scenes and cry a lot… Now I can’t say I care enough to be bothered 🤣.”

Chloe has found herself at the centre of Essex drama once again after rowing with Gatsby over his comments about her fling with Lockie and recently shared her belief that he called her a “bike” during the most recent episode of the show.

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Taking to her Instagram story, she fumed, “Yesterday when the show was on and it first launched on the Hub, I got a lot of messages from people saying how nasty Gatsby’s comment was. He said ‘There’s a lot of bikes in Essex’. He didn’t mention my name but I would presume that was aimed towards me unless he’s digging out another woman on the cast for the sexual choices. It wouldn’t shock me but also don’t know who it would be. So, I think it would be me.

“It just reminds me of playground mentality when boys are horrible to girls because they feel inferior. But you would feel inferior if you were such an underachieving 35-year-old man.

“It’s funny because he just didn’t have that same energy towards Lockie. He wasn’t so angry toward Lockie. The issue first started about social media and now it’s my sexual choices. It’s very strange but I’ve been called worse than a bike. At least I can ride one, unlike your bird.”

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