Max George in Twitter rant against ex Michelle Keegan after she has him banned from VIP table
Michelle Keegan had her ex-fiancé Max George banned from her VIP table at a Marbella nightclub, where she was partying with her husband-to-be Mark Wright, according to reports.
Michelle (26) and Mark (27), who got engaged last year, were allegedly partying in the VIP area of Pangea on Monday night when the 25-year-old singer also showed up and she had to turn him away from her table.
The Wanted singer launched into a twitter tirade afterwards, saying “T**t. 'Don’t let him in'... Soaps don’t have that power kids. Embarrassing. Is that fame? S***. Better chase that one.”
He later deleted the tweets and told his 1.3million followers: “Shouldn’t vent things on twitter. Apologies. X.”
A friend of the former Coronation Street star said she simply told staff member that she was with a small group of friends and that the table was full.
“It was a polite conversation which must have got lost in translation. She certainly didn’t prevent him coming into the club as his tweets would suggest.
“She has been left bemused by the whole drama. Michelle has no beef with Max. She has moved on,” the source told the Daily Mirror.
However, a friend of The Wanted singer told The Sun: “He has been in the club every night and had his own table, so why would he want theirs?”
The couple seem to have moved on from the drama and are enjoying the remainder of their trip to Spain.
Mark tweeted a photo of himself and Michelle in a club, with the caption “If you can’t rave with your girl it ain’t gonna be. Couple That Raves Together Stays Together #FACT”
The drama came just a day before Michelle's soap character Tina McIntyre was seen falling to her death from a building site in Coronation Street.
She tweeted: “5 more minutes... Coronation Street! Don't think I can watch,” before adding: “Thank you for all your lovely lovely comments about Corrie.”
Mark also tweeted after Tuesdays episode, saying: “My @nmchkeegan proved tonight the unbelievable true talent she is. So proud of her. What a performance #corrie”.
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