It turns out their not fans of the former Strictly pro…
And the reality pair haven’t exactly been subtle when letting their fans know who they like and who they don’t – calling the newest evicted housemate, James Jordan ‘vile’.
Like the rest of us, Marnie and Lewis sat back and watched the drama unfold on Tuesday night as the housemates took part in brutal, face-to-face nominations which led to James Jordan, Jedward and James Cosmo immediately going up for eviction.
And after the nominations were revealed, Geordie Shore star Marnie made her feelings about one particular housemate VERY clear by tweeting: ‘I would pay so much money to get James Jordan out of that house, what a vile man.’
Not a fan then, Marn?
TOWIE boy, Lewis then quoted his ex’s Tweet, adding: ‘He is such an egg the geeza, proper toby.’
While we’re not really sure what an ‘egg’ or a ‘toby’ is, we’re pretty sure it’s not good…
But the insults didn’t end there as later that evening after host Emma Willis revealed it was former Strictly pro, James who’d been given the boot, Lewis carried on his rant and wrote: ‘See ya @The_JamesJordan. Worst geeza ever.’
It turns out his mate and fellow TOWIE star Mario Falcone, isn’t a fan either as he tweeted: ‘Praise the Lord… Bye James.’
To which Lewis replied: ‘He is such a plum second out as well, corrr I’d be fuming.’
As well as laying into James, Lewis THEN turned on How Clean Is Your House? star, Kim Woodburn, Tweeting: ‘Not one word comes out of Kim’s mouth that isn’t rude or patronising. What an odd woman.
‘Looks like Jack Nicholson with out her glasses.’
Jheeze… Is there anyone these two like?
The pair met in the CBB house in 2016 and were together until December when they announced their split on Twitter – however they’ve now sparked rumours of a reunion by sharing some cute snaps of each other on Instagram.
Marnie recently told Star magazine: ‘Lewis and I are really on-off at the moment.
‘We love each other and are trying to make it work, but we are in such a hard environment.
‘I don’t like to discuss it as the situation changes a lot. I really want it to work out and I’ll try my best, but I don’t want any pressure.’