To celebrate the new series of Geordie Shore - New Radgie Rampage - which airs every Wednesday at 9.30am, encoring at 9.30pm, MTV has released the very first Virtual Reality advert for a reality TV show.
Fans will experience life in a typical night at the Geordie Shore house, all in Virtual Reality via 3 minute video on YouTube. Thanks to the magic of VR, you can party along with the cast including Sophie, Nathan and Scotty T and end up in the shag pad with none other than Geordie wild child Chloe.
Played ideally through a VR headset (but not necessary), viewers are in for a stomach churning ride, so hold on to your chicken nuggets Radgies and let the Geordie Shore VR fun begin.
To get wild in VR with the Geordie Shore gang visit: http://bit.ly/2nyxJAc
Geordie Shore premieres Wednesday's at 9.30am, encoring at 9.30pm, only on MTV!
Question: What Geordie Shore: New Radgie Rampage like with eight newbies in the series?
Scotty T: When I got into the Geordie Shore house there were only four newbies left; I came in half-way through because I was contracted to do a pantomime in Leeds. There are a lot of people, in Newcastle, trying to get on the show obviously they want to work for Anna and to try and prove themselves. When I went in, there were three girls and a boy from the newbies and of course I caused a bit of an interruption getting with all the girls.
Question: Did you return to Geordie Shore for boss-lady Anna?
Scotty T: Anna fancies me! She loves me (laughing).
Question: Which was your favourite Geordie Shore destination and why?
Scotty T: I love them all; I did love Ibiza, Prague and Amsterdam. I loved filming in Australia, too. Ooh and even Iceland.
Question: How do you feel when you watch yourself of the TV?
Scotty T: I don't watch it! I don't want to know what I've done… I hear about it and I usually laugh when people tell me what's been going on because it makes me remember things, I've done. I'm always too busy to watch as I'm usually travelling or away.
Question: What's your fondest memory of Geordie Shore?
Scotty T: Loads of the girls I've got with! It's all good though; I love the nights out although it's mostly a blur because I drink too much.
Question: Can you tell us about ASG?
Scotty T: Me, Gaz Beadle and Aaron Chalmers created ASG and we started off with our range of watches. There are a lot of young kids that who want to buy a watch but obviously can't afford Michael Kors or a Rolex; so we've designed watches that look cool but are also affordable. We're moving into jeans and bombers now as ASG has taken off, really well.
Question: What inspired the collection?
Scotty T: With clothing, I go by what I would wear, what I like. I usually take a garment and tweak it so it's something I would wear.
Me, Gaz Beadle and Aaron Chalmers all have different ideas so we work through them, together so we're all happy. It's all about making people look more stylish.
We're creating a ladies range too – tight jeans to show off their buns.
Question: What's the strangest request you've had from a female fan?
Scotty T: I've been ask to send them my boxes, that just doesn't make sense (laughs).
This bloke messaged me, on Facebook, ages ago asking me to go to his house and wrestle with him for a load of money! He had a think for being choked out, obviously I was like 'no mate".
Question: What do you love about Australia?
Scotty T: It's always good in Australia although it can be full-on with all the flights. I love Australia.
Question: If you had to create a signature cocktail - what ingredients would you use?
Scotty T: Alcohol! I like gin and tequila so anything with them – I'd use a lot of spirits - something that blows your hat off.
Question: What is the first thing you think of when you wake up in the morning?
Scotty T: 'Where the hell am I?"
Question: What do you never leave the house without?
Scotty T: I never leave the house, without my phone.
Question: What's next, for you?
Scotty T: I'm working on so much stuff, at the moment; I can't even keep up. ASG Jeans, more interest from TV programs, hopefully I'll be getting commissioned for my own show soon and loads of bits and bobs.
Interview by Brooke Hunter