Wednesday, March 7, 2012

'Someone really hands-on and a bit grubby': Sam Faiers begs TOWIE producers for some more eye candy


Off-screen lover: Sam Faiers, pictured with ex-boyfriend TJ, has asked TOWIE producers to cast some hunks

She's enjoyed two short-lived romances on-screen on The Only Way Is Essex.

And it looks like Sam Faiers is hoping for another one after she appealed for producers to find some new men for upcoming Series 5.

With TOWIE's six male characters outnumbered by the 13 females, there's noticeably been a lack of relationship drama in Series 4.

Faiers told The Sun: 'I reckon there should be a lot of fun in the new series. A lot of us girls on the show are now single so they need some guys.

'They can't just throw one guy in there, they need three or four as there are so many girls.

'If we had more guys it would be much more fun. I just want a really fit guy who is not a player.

'I would like a builder or someone like that - someone really hands-on and a bit grubby.'

Storylines: Sam's romances with Joey Essex (left) and Mark Wright captivated viewers last year

Throughout the first three series of TOWIE, Faiers has been linked with co-stars Joey Essex and Mark Wright, as well as most recent ex TJ off-screen.

She dated Essex for four months, before hooking up with TJ for a few months last summer.

And then she reunited with ex-fling Wright for a brief romance in the third series of TOWIE last November before resuming her relationship with TJ.

There was such a shortage of men in the most recent series of TOWIE, new boy Ricky Rayment was linked to Cara Kilbey, Jessica Wright and Lauren Goodger.

A lot of TOWIE fans have noticed something has been lacking from Series 4, following the departure of original stars Mark Wright, Kirk Norcross, Amy Childs and Harry Derbidge.

Recent episodes were attracting an average of 1.3million viewers - down from a peak of 2.2million for Series 3.



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