James Lock and Olivia Bentley look cosy as they leave Celebs Go Dating dinner together – The Sun

James Lock and Olivia Bentley look cosy as they leave Celebs Go Dating dinner together – The Sun

JAMES Lock and Olivia Bentley put on a cosy display as they left a Celebs Go Dating dinner together last night.

The Towie star, 33, and Made In Chelsea’s Olivia, 24, were seen walking arm in arm after she admitted he was her kind of guy.

Speaking in the first episode of the series, she said: “Because of being in Made In Chelsea people think I would be best suited to another sort of Chelsea person but in fact that is actually my idea of hell. I love an Essex bloke or someone who is a Jack the lad.”

And it seems they have really hit it off during filming judging by their closeness last night.

Olivia, who looked amazing in a pair of shorts and knee high boots, signed up to the show after splitting from her on-off boyfriend Digby Edgley.

James previously dated Yazmin Oukhellou for two years before their split in September 2019.

He recently admitted she was pretty annoyed when she found out he was doing the dating show – and hadn’t told her.

He told us: “I didn’t tell her and she wasn’t happy about it. She did get the a***hole about it but she has come around now and we are OK.

“In my defence she had moved on so didn’t have a leg to stand on.”

So far Olivia hasn’t had the best luck on Celebs Go Dating and has even walked out on a date.

She was paired with Otto, who told her he was attracted to “fake looking girls” and expected to “pump” someone after three dates.

He told her: "I usually go for like quite fake-looking girls."

"Fake?" she replied. "So big t**s, a**e, fake lips… So you like plastic-looking girls?"

She continued: "You look like the type to shag on the first date. You just have that vibe about you."

He replied: "I've got a three-date rule. So within three dates. If I get to the third date and haven't [had sex], then see you later."

Not impressed she branded him a “disgrace” before storming out.

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