Chantelle says she's had some low points since becoming a celebrity
‘I think it’s dangerous,’ says Chantelle.
‘It’s easy to start believing the hype and that you’re this special person.
‘I’ve been shocked at how amazing the high points are and how awful the low points are.
‘There’s no middle ground.’
But despite having a few regrets from her time in the spotlight – including her short-lived glamour modelling career and high-profile divorce from The Ordinary Boys singer Preston – Chantelle isn’t ready to go back to anonymity just yet.
She admits she still enjoys being recognised.
‘Everyone likes to feel special, don’t they?’ Chantelle tells Fabulous.
‘It’s exciting. It’s like actually living in a soap opera. There’s always something going on.
‘I’d absolutely love to do another reality show.
‘I’d really love to go on I’m A Celebrity.’