TOWIE star Lauren damns ex-boyfriend Mark Wright’s Hollywood show with faint praise

10:26 12 July 2012

Lauren Goodger

Lauren Goodger

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Lauren Goodger thinks ‘Mark Wright’s Hollywood Nights’ is “different”.

The ‘Only Way is Essex’ star has hinted she is not the biggest fan of her ex-boyfriend Mark’s show - which was branded dull by critics and has now come to an end - and doesn’t know if it will be coming back to TV screens.

She said: “I’ve seen a couple of bits of it. It’s ... different. I think it’s a bit different. I quite like ‘TOWIE’ so no I think it’s too different isn’t it? I don’t know what’s going to happen.”

The curvy star will be returning to the next series of ‘TOWIE’ - which begins filming soon - and hopes she has more storylines in the future.

Speaking at the European premiere of ‘Magic Mike’ at the Mayfair Hotel in London, Lauren - who has remained largely single since splitting up with Mark - told BANG Showbiz: “I can’t talk about the new ‘TOWIE’, I’m not allowed to. But I am going to be in it, yeah. I say every single time - show more about me, my personal life, my business and stuff like that.”

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