"We went to watch Aaron's BAMMA fight last week," she wrote in her Star magazine column.
It comes after the Kylie Jenner lookalike admitted she wouldn’t rule out any wild antics on TV, ahead of her debut on Ex On The Beach. At the minute there's nothing I wouldn't do on TV." Chloe’s revelations come after co-star and close pal Marnie Simpson opened up on their girl-on-girl behaviour.
The Geordie Shore babe, who only recently split with her ex Lewis Bloor after he cheated on her twice, opened up about her sexual exploits – including with one of her closest pals.
The openly bisexual beauty mentions getting close to Chloe in her new book Stripped Bare – but had yet to confirm if she’d done the deed with the Northern lass.
" During the surprisingly candid chat, Perry also admitted Josh Groban is "the one who got away". And in case you missed the past few peculiar days in the live stream compound, Perry also sat down with a celebrity therapist, cooked with Gordon Ramsey and was interviewed by podcast host De Ray Mc Kesson.
"People are like, 'who's the one who got away? During her chat with Mc Kesson, the singer addressed her struggle with interviews and attempting to "avoid traps" they set for her.
His story throughout the series is steeped in Biblical metaphors.
The most basic reference is Job, because Matt is a glutton for punishment.
The British man was arrested in Dublin by gardai last weekend after he travelled to Ireland by ferry to speak to the teen’s mother about his relationship with her daughter.
And after weeks of being spotted kissing, Marnie has now confirmed she has in fact slept with Chloe – and describes it as like sleeping "with a cartoon character." After confirming the news, Marnie explained to The Sun: "Messing with Chloe Ferry is like messing with a cartoon character. It’s like I’ve dived into this make believe world and it’s like I’m having a laugh and being stupid.
"It’s not real, it sounds silly, but it’s not real. "Because it’s Chloe, it was like I wasn’t really doing it.
Most of the episode takes place at sea, aboard a ferry traveling from the island of Tasmania to Melbourne, Australia.
Aboard are Matt, John, Michael, Laurie, a sex cult that worships a dead lion, and a former Olympic bonze medal winner who insists he's "the one true God." Only in Found Peace Among a Lion-Worshipping Sex Cult - Esquire.com" data-pin-url=" data-pin-media=" data-img320=" data-img320-w = "480" data-img320-h = "320" data-cut=320 data-zoom=" src="//esq.h-cdn.co/assets/esquire/20170803143357/images/blank.png" data-src=" alt="" data-img480=" data-img480-w = "640" data-img480-h = "426" data-img640=" data-img640-w = "640" data-img640-h = "426" data-img768=" data-img768-w = "768" data-img768-h = "512" data-img980=" data-img980-w = "640" data-img980-h = "426" data-img1024=" data-img1024-w = "768" data-img1024-h = "512" nopin="nopin" /. The purpose of this episode is to show a pivotal turn in Matt's journey.
In Season One, he also played the Good Samaritan, helping members of the Guilty Remnant—his nemesis—only to be knocked unconscious for three days, inadvertently allowing the Guilty Remnant to buy his church.