Spencer Matthews: I'm Not Dating The Bachelor Winner
Reality show winner says she doesn't want anything to do with MIC star...
Spencer Matthewshas not seen the winner of the reality TV competition since filming ended six weeks ago - despite the fact that her prize was to date him.
The show's finale was screened in the UK last week, when viewers saw Made In Chelsea's Spencer choose Khloe Evans instead of favourite Tabby Richards in Barbados.
But he admitted to ITN that he hadn't seen Khloe since the director yelled "cut".
Commenting on the chances of romance, he said: "It's hard to tell. Because obviously we finished filming about six weeks ago and I haven't been able to see the winner since then. Very soon, I'll get to see her."
Spencer might be disappointed however, if the Daily Star is to be believed.
It quotes winner Khloe as saying: "I don't want anything to do with Spencer now. The show's finished and that's it. I'm single.
"I'm not interested in having a relationship with him. I'm just going to get on with my life. It was unbelievable to win, it felt amazing. But now we're back to reality it doesn't feel great."
Spencer has also been discussing his long-term career plans in another interview - and it seems he's set his sights on becoming a Hollywood star.
He told The Sun: "I never got into reality TV with the intention to be a reality TV star. I'm developing a TV show myself. There are people interested; it'll be a scripted drama. I won't be the lead, but I will feature. As long as it gets off the ground.
"Theatre was my favourite subject at Eton. I did it for five years and A-Level, then I went to University of Southern California film school, learnt a bit more about cinematography and acting out there and auditioned.
"I was only there for about nine months and then came back. I miss London; I'm a Londoner at heart. I've always wanted to be an actor, and I realise doing reality TV may stunt that and it might not necessarily work.
"I think that the stuff that I've done so far - although I've enjoyed it and it's been a great experience - it could just be a platform for what I really want to do, which is act.
"The pipe dream is to be in American movies, but it doesn't always work for everyone. You need a fall back, you need to use the talent and skills you think you might have in order to work best for you. At the moment I'm just focusing on the project in hand - which is Made In Chelsea 4."