Chloe West Etherington
31 August 1995
Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Chloe Ferry (born 31 August 1995) is an English reality television personality from Newcastle, known for being a cast member in the MTV reality series Geordie Shore. She also took part in the nineteenth series of Celebrity Big Brother in 2017.
On 30 June 2015, Ferry appeared in an episode of Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents where her family followed her to Sunny Beach, Bulgaria. On 17 February 2015, it was announced that Ferry had joined the cast of Geordie Shore making her debut in the tenth series. On 13 January 2017, Ferry entered the Celebrity Big Brother house taking part in the nineteenth series. She was evicted a week later. Ferry also appeared in the second series of Super Shore in 2016 for one episode with another Geordie Shore cast member, Kyle Christie.
On 29 May 2019, Ferry announced on her Twitter account that series 19 of Geordie Shore would be her last, revealing she would not be returning to the show following her split from co-star Sam Gowland.
|2015–2019||Geordie Shore||Herself||Cast member|
|2017||Celebrity Big Brother 19||Celebrity Big Brother 19 housemate|
|Ex on the Beach||Ex of Marty McKenna|
|2018||Celebrity 100% Hotter||Client|
|Just Tattoo of Us||Guest presenter|
|2019||Geordie Shore: The Geordies React||Cast member|
|Chloe Ferry Is A Grown Up||Online TV series|
- Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents (30 June 2015)
- Sex Pod (2 March 2017)
- Super Shore (2016)
- Release the Hounds (16 March 2017)
- Your Face or Mine? (June 2017)
- "Chloe Ferry evicted from Celebrity Big Brother house". Lancashire Telegraph.
- "Who is Chloe Ferry? Celebrity Big Brother 2017 profile". Radio Times.
- Rihal, Seetal (22 March 2017). "Chloe Ferry exclusively SLAMS 'washed up' Jodie Marsh after Celebrity Big Brother backl". OK!.
- "Paralytic Chloe Ferry fights a palm tree in unearthed BBC footage". Daily Star.
- "Geordie Shore: Five Things You Need To Know About Nathan". MTV UK.
- "Newcomer Chloe Ferry is favourite to win".
- "Chloe Ferry is evicted". Western Telegraph.
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