Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews slated for weight gain
Female celebrities are constantly under the microscope in terms of their weight, but now it’s the turn of male reality star Spencer Matthews. The 24-year-old has spent the summer in the South of France with 24 women vying for his attention on The Bachelor. But it looks like the Made In Chelsea star has been enjoying himself a bit too much, as he appears to have piled on the pounds - and his extra facial hair isn't doing him any favours.
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In other snaps, the Eton-educated city broker experienced perspiration issues as he partied alongside Cheryl Cole, her new man Tre Holloway and her Girls Aloud bandmates Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh.
Although he looked stylish as he entered the night spot, Spencer was probably soon regretting his decision to wear a light grey top with an open denim shirt.
Upon leaving the venue the star was sporting some very obvious and unfortunate sweat patches around his “moob” area.
The unsightly perspiration marks will no doubt please his on-off girlfriend Louise Thompson. She seems to be revelling in her ex-boyfriend’s recent change in appearance in snaps that show her laughing at him.
And she’s not the only one who's noticed, as while filming the fourth series of hit E4 reality show Made In Chelsea, the Daily Mail has declared that the star has “lost the buff body he showed off on a cast trip to Dubai earlier this year.”
Adding: “Spencer Matthews will be staying single for a while longer unless he gets his sweat patches under control.”
It all seems a bit harsh doesn’t it?