Geordie Shore’s Abbie Holborn spills on strict ‘pulling’ rules on show

Georgie Shore star Abbie Holborn has spilled on the MTV show's 'pulling' secrets.

The 23-year-old party girl turned reality TV star opened up on the struct rules, which are in force to make sure the show runs smoothly and to protect stars while "hooking up" with members of the public.

The reality show set in Newcastle first aired in May 2011, and the 19th season of the show was confirmed in January 2019.

Geordie Shore is the British version of the US show Jersey Shore, and has produced well-known stars such as Charlotte Crosby and Gaz Beadle.

With all the fame that it has bought means rules have been made stricter.

Its famed for being a party house where the stars bring potential lovers and hook ups back to and there have been rumours that members of the public need a passport to enter.

One curious fan recently asked Abbie on her Instagram account to which she responded.

The fan asked: "Is it true to bring a lad back to the g shore house they need a passport?"

Abbie responded: "YES, well more for the lads to bring lasses back, and if they don’t have their passport on them a member of the crew has to go to their house and pick it up, while we all wait in the mini bus so we can all enter the house together."

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She continued: "That’s why we hate when anyone pulls cos it’s soo LONG."

Back in 2016, her co-star Aaron Chalmers spoke to Daily Star about the passport rule.

He told us at the time: "They have to have a passport for ID. And they’ve got to go and film a video to agree they are probably going to have sex.

"Then they have to sign a form. And then it takes them an hour or so to sober up before they can actually meet us."

He continued: "You don’t want to get caught out. You’d have some parent ringing up and complaining. That would be awful."

Geordie Shore original Holly Hagan added: "It’s hard for the lads. They can’t just go out on to the dance floor and chat to a girl.

"There are so many security issues. It’s a logistical nightmare!"

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