GEORDIE Shore is welcoming some new faces into the fold as THREE new girls have joined the party loving squad.
The gals have kicked off filming series 14 of the MTV reality show and were introduced to the cast on a night out in Newcastle over the weekend.
While two of them are new to the world of reality TV, Sarah Goodhart – who wore all black on their first night out – is Marty McKenna's former flame and previously appeared on Ex On The Beach.
However, Sarah almost suffered a wardrobe malfunction as she struggled to get out of the car in her tight leather mini-skirt.
Her two new gal pals also sported some revealing outfits for their first night out on the 'Toon with Abbie Holborn wearing a matching white lace crop top and mini skirt.
Finally, Zahida Allen went for the most risque look as she wore a plunging black leotard and a see-through gold fishnet skirt that showed off her pins and her derriere.
The trio have joined the group after a number of the long-standing cast members quit the show.
Charlotte Crosby quit during the summer after finally calling time on her on-again off-again romance with Gaz Beadle.
Chantelle Connelly decided to leave while they were partying across the Mediterranean for series 13 to return home to her boyfriend Tommy but their relationship was short-lived.
Holly Hagan also decided not to return after their island hopping summer and Scotty T is missing this series because of prior commitments.
However, some of the old favourites will be back on our screens as Marnie Simpson, Chloe Ferry and Sophie Kasaei were back to their Geordie Best for their first night out.
Marnie showed off her pins in lace-up over the knee boots and a skimpy camouflage playsuit.
She wore a thick diamante choker and tied her hair up in a high bun.
While Scotty T has taken some time off, Gaz Beadle, Nathan Henry and Aaron Chalmers were all keen to kick off the night as they first partied at Empress Bar before heading to TupTup Palace.
The new series comes after Marnie claimed that Gaz and Charlotte used to receive 'special treatment' from the Geordie Shore producers.
No doubt the new girls will stir things up in the house but will they cause havoc with the boys?
The new series will air on MTV in the New Year.
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