Controversial online reality show This Is Liverpool is making a comeback.
Cast members joined former Big Brother housemate Mark Byron - who is hosting the reunion show - earlier today to shoot an episode in the city’s Fusion club.
And transgender reality star Chelsey Harwood reveals there’s already been plenty of fighting and screaming on day one of filming.
She says: “It was revealed to the cast that I would be returning and obviously it didn’t go down well at all.
“Chaos erupted and it got totally out of hand and my boyfriend Donny ended up having a huge fight with two male cast members.”
The build up to the pilot episode in March 2014 was surrounded with controversy with many people suggesting the show didn’t portray Liverpool in a positive light.
However the first trailer notched up more than 500,000 views in just a few days.
This Is Liverpool is returning to our screens.
And now eight new episodes are being planned, according to cast members, with the reunion show kicking off (literally) online on Sunday night.
Mark says: “The show was online only but it was huge. There was outrage especially in Liverpool , everybody hated it.
“Well it’s being brought back and they’re making a new series of it.
“We’ve had the cast in the club today and it’s been mental. It’s been kicking off crazy."
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“There’s been a lot of unfinished business and a lot of them haven’t seen each other since filming last time around so they’re all back together today.
“It’s crazy. And basically I’m the one asking all the questions and being the messenger.”
It would be uploaded to YouTube initially but cast hope the series will be picked up by a TV channel.
This is Liverpool's, from left to right,Nigel Calland, Chelsey Harwood, Tammy Lundstram, Tatum Lundstram and Tony Romney, who are all stars of a new TV reality show set in Merseyside
Photo by James MaloneyThis is Liverpool's, from left to right,Nigel Calland, Chelsey Harwood, Tammy Lundstram, Tatum Lundstram and Tony Romney, who are all stars of a new TV reality show set in Merseyside.
Chelsey, 28, admits the reaction first time around “was fierce” but said viewers just needed to lighten up.
And this footage will be even more offensive and “much, much worse.”
She says: “Everybody hated it and went crazy because of a bit of swearing and fighting but go to town of a Saturday night and that’s what you will see. We are real people living in the real world.”
According to Chelsey, who is from Dingle , there are hard feelings after she stood trial after an alleged attack on castmate Vicky Yee in 2014.
But Chelsey - who always denied the allegations - was later acquitted of all assault charges.
Original cast included siblings Tatum and Tammy Lundstram, and Tony Romney. And this time Chelsey’s other half Donny Cameron will be making an appearance.