Geordie Shore Review: Series 2 Kicks Off To More Negative Reactions

01/02/2012 13:37 | Updated 01 February 2012

Geordie Shore returned to TV last night for more romps, rows and drink-fuelled antics filmed in the centre of Newcastle's nightlife.

Not a lot has changed, despite Charlotte telling us recently: "I've learned a lot from the first series, I hate what I was like, I was like a little girl."

However, there were two new perma-tanned faces, Ricci and Rebecca, who wasted no time in getting involved in all the getting 'lashed', laid and bitching. The eight stars of the show were also treated to some new decor inside their pad. But the likelihood of it still looking like a plush warehouse at the end of the series is pretty slim.

Newcastle Central MP Chi Onwurah this week raised her concerns over the programme, saying: "Geordie Shore is not representative of Newcastle or Geordies.

And after last night's episode, viewers could be forgiven for being confused as to just what planet the stars are from, let alone whether they're really the face of Newcastle.

Meanwhile, comedian Jack Whitehall joked:

Other viewers expressed their distaste for all the the drinking, partying, dry-humping and humping crammed into just the first episode of series two. One wrote on Twitter:

And another said:

What did you make of the first episode?


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