The 30-year-old reality TV queen shot to fame when she bagged a spot on the Newcastle based MTV show in 2011.
The bubbly babe faced endless trials and tribulations throughout her seven-year stint on Geordie Shore thanks to her on-off relationship with ex-boyfriend Gary Beadle.
Although she endured some tough times while living in the infamous party house, there’s one particular moment that holds a special place in Charlotte’s heart.
The brunette beauty told Mirror Online that the taxi rides to and from the nightclubs are among some of her most prized memories.
This was due to the fact that while in the Geordie Shore house, cast members were forbidden from listening to music and watching TV.
But when they piled into the six-seater taxi’s before heading to the club, Charlotte and her pals including Holly Hagan, Scotty T, Chloe Ferry and James Tindale would let loose and beg the driver to turn up the speaker’s so they could dance on the way to the club.
“One memory that I’ll always hold so close to my heart is before the big nights out.
“Any time that we’d go out, we’d all pile into big six-seater cabs. And the journey to and from the nightclub’s make me smile every single time I think about them.
“They were the most fun times because it was the only time we got to listen to music.”
Charlotte went on: “When we were in the house, we weren’t allowed to listen to anything or watch TV. We didn’t even have any reading materials and we weren’t allowed to use our phones or be on any social media.
“The minute we got into that cab, we had that music on so loud and we were living our best lives. When I think of Geordie Shore, those are the moments and memories that I think of.”
Charlotte was one of the original cast members of on the much-loved MTV show alongside Vicky Pattison and Holly Hagan.
She featured in twelve series of the show before announcing her departure in June 2016.
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