Geordie Shore – The Sex Is Actually Real On Screen
To think I thought the sex on Geordie Shore was faked for the cameras and the cast were just pretending under doonas and sheets!
Apparently casting directors have been out scouting Sydney for people to have sex with the cast members of the show. The Sunday Telegraph reports former Australia’s Next Top Model Contestant Madeline Huett was asked to have a threesome with Gary, one of the cast members of the popular MTV show.
The Sunday Telegraph writes:
People’s Choice winner of the 2012 series of Australia’s Next Top Model, Madeline Huett, revealed how she was approached by a “researcher” two weeks ago at a party and asked if she would have sex with one of the stars.
“I felt humiliated,” Ms Huett said. “This guy came up to me and told me he was bringing the Geordie Shore crew out to Australia and asked if me and a friend would have a threesome with Gaz.
“We were at my boss’s house who owns No Vacancy nightclub and we got chatting. He said he was going to bring the cast to the club and asked if I would pose as their head waitress.
“He said, ‘Would you f*** Gary?’. Then he said, ‘You’d have to do it on camera though’ and said me and my friend should have a threesome with him on camera. I told him no way.”
The researcher was referring to popular cast member Gary Beadle.
It would be interesting to know what the producers of the show were actually paying for the “pleasure” of shagging Gaz. Reality TV is notorious for its low wages for contestants but hopefully they pay big bucks for these roles as it is unlikely any of the participants would get a lift in their careers from it.
I wonder how Gary feels about the producers having to pay girls to have sex with him. Geordie Shore the Sydney version looks like there is not going to be a lot of reality about it.
Scary Canary barmen Iain McDonald and Luke Bridgman also tell the paper how they had been scouted to appear in the show as members of the public.
They were filmed travelling with the cast on a party bus. “The producers asked us if we wanted to party with them and be in the show,” Mr McDonald said.
For those who are interested in the first type of this fly on the wall genre called The Real World there is a good article on Salon.com about how it changed from its original intent to something far more sensational. Though to be fair The Real World is currently in its 28th season.
Geordie Shore is currently screening on MTV on Tuesday nights at 8.30pm