Made in Chelsea: Corsica 2023 release date – When will it return?
Here's everything we know so far about Made in Chelsea: Corsica 2023.
After we said farewell to the last series of Made in Chelsea at the end of May, we wondered how we ever would cope without our fix of the E4 show to entertain us on Monday evenings.
So imagine our joy when we found out that the annual summer spin-off show is just around the corner!
That’s right, the mini-series will begin on Sunday, 13th of August on E4, and will air nightly until Thursday that week - which means we have five drama-filled episodes in store!
This year, the cast of MiC have filmed on the French Island of Corsica - specifically the beautiful Corse du Sud.
But while they soak up the sun in the stunning location, we’re sure temperatures in the luxury villas will be more than a little frosty for certain members of the group.
The last episode of season 25 saw Temps beginning to have doubts about the exclusivity of his relationship with Imogen, which led to a showdown. Meanwhile, Reza realised that he needs to call things off with Bella before he hurts her further down the line; and Liv and Tristan officially called it quits.
So, what’s expected to happen next for the cast? Read on to find out more…
When will Made in Chelsea: Corsica 2023 be released?
Fans don't have long left to wait, as E4 has confirmed that Made in Chelsea: Corsica will begin on Sunday, 13th August at 9pm.
The mini-series will be five episodes long, and run nightly at the same time until Thursday, 17th August.
Who's in the Made in Chelsea: Corsica cast?
While nothing has been confirmed yet, we’ve put our detective hats on (ie. done some serious stalking of their Instagram accounts) to try and work out who will be starring in the new series.
From what we can gather, bad boy Miles Nazaire, David ‘Temps’ Templar, Freddy Knatchbull and Ruby Adler have all been staying together, and recently, Yasmine Zweegers has joined them.
Another group shows that Willow Day, Inga Valentiner and new girls Imogen Bloom and Annabella Sharpe are also in Corsica.
Additionally, Reza Amiri-Garroussi, Harvey Armstrong, Tristan Phipps and Sam Prince appear to be living together, while Olivia Bentley is cohabiting with couple Robbie Mullett and Joel Mignot.
Not attending the rest of the cast on the trip are Emily Blackwell - who admitted in a YouTube Q&A that she didn’t have time to leave London for the five-week filming period, and Issy Francis-Baum.
Issy revealed on her Instagram stories that she would not be participating in the spin-off show or the series after that, explaining that she “might be back” but is “having a well needed break mentally and to focus on other things” for the time being.
What will happen in Made in Chelsea: Corsica?
While we never know exactly what’s going to happen next in Made in Chelsea (and we live for that drama!) new recruit Imogen cryptically told Grazia magazine: “It has been a whirlwind. We’ve only been here for three weeks out of six, so there has been some really high highs and some really low lows. But it has been a fantastic experience so far. But there has been plenty of drama, watch this space – sh*t is about to hit the fan!”
If her rumour is to be believed, that drama could stem from a recent revelation from Olivia. After splitting from her ex Tristan at the end of the last series, Liv posted an Instagram post with a male 'colleague' and a fan commented: “That photo will only upset the ex, not worth putting it out there.”
But, juicily, the reality star responded: “It's all good. He's hooking up with another cast member.” Eek!
Eagle-eyed fans also suspect that Inga and Sam Prince have broken up, after noticing they have both unfollowed each other on Instagram - and they haven’t been spending time together in France.
Aside from that, the trailer for the series also shows that the gang are pretty much picking up where they left off: Yas confirms that she is no longer dating Miles's friend Charlie, Rez gets in trouble again, and there's more drama with Temps and Imogen.
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And according to their social media profiles, the cast have been having a blast while filming - with the group celebrating Freddy’s birthday, playing games of beer pong, skinny dipping and lots of exes hanging out in the sun.
Made in Chelsea: Corsica trailer
You can watch the trailer for Made in Chelsea: Corsica here.
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