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Made In Chelsea’s Jamie Laing talks to Concrete

Hannah Britt caught up with Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing. Rumour has it that they swapped numbers.

What do you look for in a girl?

Enthusiasm, sense of humour and sex appeal. So, basically Mila Kunis.

So brunettes over blondes?

When people say they have a type, I think that’s bullshit. If the right girl comes along then it could be anyone. It could even be someone fat. A fat plumber. I’m nice like that.

Describe your perfect date.

I meet the girl at a fondue restaurant. We have fondue together and flirt over cheese. We then walk around London, maybe sitting in a park looking at the stars, making shapes out of the stars, you know, like that one looks like a pillow. We then go home and …hug.

Just hug?

I give special hugs.

What’s your biggest turn off?

Anyone with a bad vibe; a girl who isn’t positive.

Are you in a relationship right now?

No. If the right girl comes along then, maybe. But I’m not looking for one.

Top relationship advice?

Don’t cheat. If you cheat then you’re not in love with her. Game over. I’m a nice guy, I’m the nicest guy you’ll ever meet. I’m so loyal.

Are you happy at the moment?

I’m always happy.

Would you ever get with a student?


Have you ever got with a student on one of these press appearances?


Would you get with a student from UEA?

If they come up to me and I fall in love with them then yes. You wanna move a little closer?

What’s the plan for after MIC?

My plan for after MIC involves me and Spencer. It’s entertainment related, I can’t tell you any more. The dream is to someday get into TV.

In 10 years time where would you like to be?

In the Playboy Mansion, running it. I’d like to merge the Willy Wonka factory with the Playboy Mansion. Me and Spencer together; he runs through my veins, he’s my brother. I love that boy. If there was a fire in my house and I could take one thing, I’d take Spencer.

[We’re told we have a minute left of the interview] We have a minute left …

What can we do in a minute?

We can do a lot in a minute.

Plus, I’m really quick. Do you want my number? Is this going to be printed?

Don’t worry, I won’t print your number …


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