Geordie Vicky: 'I Want To Stop Doing Reality TV'
Our Vicky hints that her time on the Toon might be over...
We can't imagine Geordie Shore without Volcano Vicky and her trademark one-liners.
But could she be thinking about quitting the show?
In a recent interview with Metro, Vicky hinted that she could be ready to retire from the reality TV scene.
SAY IT ISN'T SO, VICKY! SAY IT ISN'T SO!
"I want to stop doing reality TV because it's so invasive," she said.
"I'd never bite the hand that feeds me - but I always say every series is my last.
"I'm getting older, I'm 26. I don't know how much longer people will be interested. Who knows?"
As if we could ever become bored of Vicky and her antics. Over eight seasons of the show - and let's not forget her time on Ex On The Beach - we've seen her laugh, argue, cry, fall in love and get engaged, and go through heartbreaking break ups.
But looking back on her Geordie Shore past isn't always pleasant for Ms Pattison.
"In the early days, we had no idea what we were doing," she admitted. "I spat at someone in the face, which, looking back, is disgusting and completely unnecessary and gave the wrong impression of who I am."
She was, of course, referring to her 2011 fight with Jay during which she spat across the table at him after he was mean to Holly.
"I know when I'm in the wrong," she said at the time. Spitting on someone does not make you big and not make you clever."
No, Vicky, no it doesn't. But let's watch it again anyway…
The good news, though, is that Vicky has no intention of disappearing from the small screen.
"I'm aiming high," she revealed. "I want to be a one-person Ant and Dec. Or I want to present The X Factor."
The X Factor? Forget it, pet. We're not letting you go anywhere just yet.
Season 8 of Geordie Shore continues Tuesdays at 10pm, only on MTV.