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20 October 2020 02:35

Who did Zara cheat on Sam with Katie Price Kieran Hayler

We start this episode hearing about how many times Jamie, Reza and Sam have sex, per week. Not with each other - with their respective girlfriends. Jamie wants it all the time. Habbs doesn't really seem to want it that often. Reza pretends that anything less than once a day is inexcusable, but we can safety assume he's hamming it up for the cameras because Ruby doesn't seem like the type to be that obliging.

Made In Chelsea: Sam brands Zara 'seedy' for 'consistently s***ging' behind his back

Oh dear: Zara McDermott reveals that she cheated on Sam Thompson with The X Factor floor manager [or someone] a year ago when she was part of the hit pop sensation No Love Lost Sam is lucky if it's once a week - which somewhat tragically foreshadows what is to befall him later in this episode. Over in the countryside, Verity's flopping around all over Charlie in the swimming pool like a frisky trout. Despite his terrible flat hairstyle, she decides to kiss him. Zara and Ruby arrive for lunch with Habbs and Jamie and there's devastation in the air. She reveals that she cheated on Sam with The X Factor floor manager [or someone] a year ago when she was part of the hit pop sensation No Love Lost, co-starring Wes Nelson [who doesn't have time to date these days because he was a millionaire before he was 21], erstwhile West End megastar Samira Mighty [who once spoke to Chris Pine] and Eyal Booker [who once was on MTV Cribs to show off the one-bedroom studio flat he co-rents with his brother in Hoxton]. Jamie is livid about the cheating and storms out, pledging his fidelity to Sam. Not happy: Jamie Laing is livid about the cheating and storms out of their group lunch date, pledging his fidelity to Sam Emotional: Zara then insists she didn't tell Sam before now because she would rather it 'eat me alive' than cause Sam pain, which is actually rather upsetting to be fair Words of wisdom: Ruby speaks for the first time [she clearly has known about this since last November!] and tells Zara she needs to forgive herself before asking Sam to forgive her Zara then insists she didn't tell Sam before now because she would rather it 'eat me alive' than cause Sam pain, which is actually rather upsetting to be fair. Turns out the reason it has now come out is because someone they both know told Sam [The X Factor auto-cue operator perhaps?] Ruby speaks for the first time [she clearly has known about this since last November!] and tells Zara she needs to forgive herself before asking Sam to forgive her which is surely added proof she and Reza don't have sex every day. Meanwhile, Sophie is on another date with Will who CUTS UP HIS TAGLIATELLE! Awkward: Turns out the reason it has now come out is because someone they both know told Sam [The X Factor auto-cue operator perhaps?] Heart to heart: Sam meets up with Jamie to discuss the Zara situation and declares that he 'doesn't have the strength to bin it' because he 'can't be alone' In an attempt to look continental, he is wearing a flamboyant scarf and bragging about his career on the catwalks of Milan. 'I've walked in the shows,' he says. Sophie wants to know which shows. 'Versace, Dolce & Gabbana...' he says, trying to think of some Italian fashion brands. 'I've had drinks with Domenico Dolce!' Sophie declares. 'I'm not surprised!' Will replies, panicking in case she's about to whip her phone out, get Domenico on the line and ask him if he remembers Will. Not good: It's worrying that we have reached a stage in modern life that even when our partner cheats on us, the prospect of returning to Hinge or socially distanced dating is the greater of two evils Speaking his mind: Jamie brands Zara 'a deceitful, lying puppy' and tells Sam she's not the gal for him Paris likes painting Surrealist portraits. Of course she does. Emily asks for an example of this, to which Paris says 'The Scream' [Edvard Munch, 1893] which is actually Expressionist, so she's embarrassed herself there. Thankfully, Emily detracts from that little gaffe by asking if Paris paints 'horror stuff', presumably thinking The Scream was painted by Drew Barrymore or Courteney Cox in 1996. Sam meets up with Jamie to discuss the Zara situation and declares that he 'doesn't have the strength to bin it' because he 'can't be alone'. It's worrying that we have reached a stage in modern life that even when our partner cheats on us, the prospect of returning to Hinge or socially distanced dating is the greater of two evils. Jamie brands Zara 'a deceitful, lying puppy' and tells Sam she's not the gal for him. Liv is having a Great Gatsby-themed birthday party but only a few of them have really made the effort. Charlie and Verity aren't invited so have to sit at a wrought iron table on their own at the other house. 'I don't want to be at someone's party who I don't agree with,' Verity insists, as if she has decided not to go out of choice. The next morning, over breakfast, Liv tells James and Maeva that she kissed Tristan, and James floats the idea of them all having a bath together. Confrontation: Back in sad, sad London, Sam and Zara meet on a bench and try to talk things through Caught out: We learn that Zara didn't just cheat the once, she was apparently being 'seedy' and 'consistently shagging' while on The X Factor Farewell: Zara cries but no tears appear to materialise. 'You're so perv,' Maeva says, incorrectly using a noun in place of an adjective. At this point, Verity turns up. It would seem she was not invited to the party, but was allowed to come to the post-party breakfast. She asks if she can have a word with Liv to which Maeva is all 'yeah - but when I finish my oeufs!' Also allowed back on the premises is Charlie, who asks to talk to Tristan about their 'beef' [or 'boeuf' to Maeva]. It's all a bit territorial and puffy-chested and it then takes an odd turn when they start aggressively complimenting one another on how tall/big/muscular the other one is. Back in sad, sad London, Sam and Zara meet on a bench and try to talk things through. We learn that Zara didn't just cheat the once, she was apparently being 'seedy' and 'consistently shagging' this X Factor floor manager/auto-cue operator/person who drives the contestant buses around the country in Finals Week. Zara cries but no tears appear to materialise. Sam then tells her he can't be with her and leaves her curled up on the park bench like a heart-broken vagrant. Made In Chelsea continues on Monday at 9PM on E4.