‘I’m determined to be gay. Well, for this month!’ Made In Chelsea star Ollie Locke attempts to kiss male date at roller-disco
PUBLISHED: 23:37, 30 April 2012 | UPDATED: 00:09, 1 May 2012
Despite his effeminate ways and proclamations of being bisexual, Ollie Locke has never actually dated a male partner.
So the Made In Chelsea reality star was feeling adventurous tonight as he headed out on a same-sex date – only for it to end in disaster.
The 24-year-old was left feeling rejected after a spurned kiss and reduced to tears.
Ollie had encouraged best friend Richard to stray from their beloved Chelsea, and hit Freedom bar in Soho.
Speaking on this evening’s E4 episode, he said: ‘We’re going to find me a man once and for all. We’re going gay clubbing! I’ve been in relationships for so long, I forget what’s on offer.’
Richard joked: ‘If you go there, you will be on offer! Have you ever been to these clubs? It’s not my sort of thing. You’re determined to be gay.’
To which Ollie quipped: ‘Well, this month yes.’
Lending a hand, Richard approached a handsome blond called Chris at the bar and introduced him to Ollie.
The possible lovebirds then bump into each other the following day while Ollie is shopping for an outfit for their date.
Cupid! Richard selected Chris to go on a date with Ollie in Freedom bar
When he confesses he dislikes dinner dates because ‘it’s too awkward and I end up getting too drunk’, Chris suggest the roller-disco.
The romance initially seem to be blossoming between the boys, as they cling onto each other at the Vauxhall nightspot, and circle the rink together.
But after Ollie falls over and misreads the situation, he tries to lean in for a kiss – to which Chris declines.
Spencer who? Louise said there would be no more drunk snogging with the old Etonian
The perfect teacher! Jamie takes advantage of helping Louise by cosying up together
He later tearfully confides in Cheska and Binky that the date was a disaster, saying: ‘I’m not going through the best time. I’m a bit lonely to be honest. The date was fine, I had a nice time.
‘But I went in for a bit of a kiss and he basically said, ‘Not now’. I’m so stupid. We all hate being rejected. It was quite a big thing for me and I really tried.’
Jamie Laing, however, seems a little luckier in love as he takes Louise Thompson on a surprise date.
The peroxide blond takes her on a golfing outing, which seems to be an unexpected hit.
Jamie had the name of his sweet store etched on
But Spencer can’t help but pick fault with the new romance, telling Hugo: ‘It’ll last three weeks max and I can have Louise whenever I want.
‘I’ll always have a hold on her. I know in the future we will hook up again at some point.’
Yet the arrogant Etonian later takes another girl Sophie Lily to Fred’s art exhibition in a bid to make Louise jealous.
Yet she tells Millie: ‘I’m happy to see him with someone else. I’d like to think he’s not as twisted as to purposefully bring a girl to p**s me off.’
Millie and Hugo finally appear to have buried the hatchet, after making amends over a friendly drink.
When they both attend Fred’s art show, Millie bumps into Hugo’s new girlfriend Natalie, who seems remarkably cool about the whole thing, saying: ‘It’s fine. I’d love to get to know you more.
‘Shall we freak Hugo out and go shopping together?’
Hugo gets a little carried away, suggesting a double date, but Millie shoots him down quipping: ‘I don’t know if you and Stephen (aka Professor Green) are going to become best friends.’
The former Harrow boy then jokes: ‘I’m street. I can rap!’
Brave or foolish? Jamie went under the needle for a new etching on his hip