GEORDIE Shore’s Chloe Ferry and Sam Gowland WILL both continue to be on the show, but there could be a "tense" atmosphere.
The couple announced their shock split last week and their pal Nathan Henry has now opened up about how it will affect the show – insisting that the cast will all make it work despite the drama.
He told The Sun Online: “At the end of the day we are a family, and no matter what happens we always do overcome things and try to work things out.
“Obviously tensions will rise when it comes to filming because it is quite fresh, it’s going to affect them as a couple, it’s going to affect the house, so I just think it’s important that the rest of the house have the same mentality as me where we keep it neutral and we're just there to support one another.”
Nathan, who have teamed up with the anti-bullying charity, Ditch The Label, revealed that the cast all got in touch with Chloe and Sam after the news broke.
“Obviously, I know what it’s like to go through a break up so as soon as I heard the news I contacted Sam straight away,” he revealed.
“I also contacted Chloe, and it's not playing like devil’s advocate, it's more of a case of being there and supporting them both, and respecting what they're going through and how they handle it
“It’s making sure I’m there as a friend and I’m there mentally for them both, so any of them need to talk about something, whatever they say to me will stay in confidence.
“I think that’s just the most important thing to do right now for both of them.”
While he says the pair are “coping” well, he added: “A break up is sort of grieving isn't it?
“So there is many different stages, acceptance is the first one. I think once they've both accepted that, then they start to move, the mood might change and stuff, but obviously, no matter what happens, they're going to have a great network support around them to get them through that.”
Since their split Chloe has accused of Sam of cheating on her and has asked MTV bosses to cut Sam out of her scenes on the show.
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