Made In Chelsea in turmoil as fire rampages through set leaving cast ‘shaken’

Made In Chelsea faced yet another hurdle as a ferocious blaze tore through the set.

The hit reality show, which airs on E4, recently resumed filming after everything came crashing to a halt due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

But as the cast geared up to film at a swanky West Sussex country home, set in 23 acres, they were in for a shock as a fire engulfed a car.

Bosses moved the cast to the stately home as cast members were forced to wave goodbye to their usual posh filming locations.

Speaking to The Sun, a neighbour of the swanky stately home as revealed it was "scary."

"It was really scary.

"The car was engulfed in flames and firefighters were called to deal with the blaze," they said.

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The source added: "The cast were far enough away so they were safe but some were a bit shaken."

Stars including Olivia Bentley and Eliza Batten are residing at the swish home which boasts an indoor pool, a games room, stables, a tennis court and an art studio.

Series 19 of the show was aired on March 23, 2020, but only featured six episodes that were filmed pre-Covid.

Fan favourites Binky Felstead and Ollie Locke made their return to the show which saw them become household names.

The series has seen Sam Thompson's relationship with former Love Island star, Zara McDermott, take centre stage as Sam's ex-girlfriend Tiffany returned to the reality show.

Ollie Locke is also seen planning his wedding to fiancé, Gareth.

Speaking before filming commenced, a source told The Sun: "Producers came up with the idea to hire a big country house and see what unfolds."

Daily Star Online has approached Made In Chelsea bosses for comment.

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