Geordie Shore’s Gaz Beadle addresses his absence at reunion

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The Hexham-born star shared his opinion via Instagram.

Former Geordie Shore star Gaz Beadle, starred in the hit Newcastle-based MTV show, from the first series in 2011 up until 2017.

While on the show, the Hexham-born reality TV star had a high-profile on and off relationship with fellow Geordie Shore cast member, Charlotte Crosby. He also had close friendships with Aaron Chalmers and Scott Timlin, as well as the other cast members.

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Since his departure from Geordie Shore, Gaz became a father to two children. He also married the mother of his kids, long-time girlfriend Emma McVey in 2021.

Gaz’s Instagram content mostly revolves around family life. He also has a dedicated Instagram and YouTube account named Gaz’s Golf - where he documents his love for golfing.

Geordie Shore announced a special reunion series earlier this year, with the first episode airing in September. The ten-episode series saw former cast members across all 22 series returning to the show for one final time.

We saw the likes of Greg Lake, Jay Garner and Ricci Guarnaccio reunite with the cast, for parties and holidays. However, two main cast members were noticeably missing. Gaz Beadle and Vicky Pattison decided that they would not return for the final Geordie Shore series.

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The series wrapped in November. Although Vicky Pattison addressed the reasons why she decided not to return to Geordie Shore, Gaz had remained silent on the matter.

However, last night, during a Q&A on Instagram, a fan asked Gaz if he was in contact with anyone from his days on Geordie Shore. Gaz answered: “Just because I didn’t do the reunion doesn’t mean I hate any of them. I speak to some of them. Everyone has moved on and is at different stages in their life.”

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