ABBIE HOLBORN is one of the newest cast members on Geordie Shore, joining the show in season 14 and continuing on to its current 15th series.
Abbie is relatively new to the world of reality TV – so what do we know about her?
Who is Abbie Holborn?
The Stockton-on-Tees native is 20 years old and her Instagram shows she sports an impressive tan that wouldn’t look out of place on The Only Way is Essex.
According to her Facebook profile, Abbie works for the Student Loans company and studied at Darlington College in County Durham.
She also claims to be a big fan of clubbing on her social media profiles and enjoys going to festivals, including Creamfields, so should be a dynamic addition to the gang.
When did Abbie join the Geordie Shore cast?
Abbie, Sarah and Zahida joined the group for series 14 after several long-standing cast members quit the show.
Charlotte Crosby quit during the summer after finally calling time on her on-again off-again romance with Gaz Beadle.
Chantelle Connelly took the decision to leave while they were partying across the Mediterranean for series 13 to return home to her boyfriend Tommy – but their relationship was short-lived.
Holly Hagan also decided not to return after their island-hopping summer, while Scotty T was rumoured to be missing this series because of prior commitments – however he has been filming with the rest of the cast.
Filming for the latest series sparked controversy after Chloe Ferry was tempoarily AXED from the show after an explosive fight with another of the new cast members, Zahida.
The fighting pair soon kissed and made up though and the cast enjoyed a ski trip to the French Alps.
Three new girls join the Geordie Shore cast for a night out on the toon
Will Abbie Holborn be in Geordie Shore for long?
The Sun exclusively revealed that newbie Abbie is currently the only newbie that’s been selected to have a starring role in the show.
A brief fling with her co-star Aaron Chalmers during filming cemented her popularity on the show and now insiders have confirmed Abbie is in it for the long haul.