Holly Hagan SLAMS new Geordie Shore ad for being ‘insensitive’

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Holly Hagan may not be making an appearance on the next season of Geordie Shore, but the outspoken model has made her feelings known about the latest ad for the series.

Taking the Twitter, Holly basted the ad, which features Geordie veteran Gaz Beadle posing nude with a photoshopped pregnancy belly.

Holly claims the ad is "insensitive" and branded it as being "in bad taste after what's happened," referring to the ectopic pregnancy that nearly killed her pal and former co-star Charlotte Crosby. 

Charlotte opened up about her struggle with an ectopic pregnancy last summer, a pregnancy which was conceived with star of the ad Gaz. 

The new ad also includes a video which shows Gaz being rushed through the hospital experiencing labour pains, and then giving birth to a number of new co-stars. 

Charlotte has not tweeted directly about the ad, but posted a cryptic tweet saying "I heard karma works in mysterious ways…"

Fans rushed to support Charlotte on both her and Holly's tweets, with many claiming that they will not be watching the show now that only the bare bones of the original cast is remaining. 

"This advert is so disrespectful to the person that actually made this show worth watching," said one fan via Instagram.

"Disgusting as f***. How could Sophie and Marnie agree to this?? This is bullshit. Charlotte may want an apology," said another. 

 

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