CELEBS Go Dating fans were in stitches tonight as Marty McKenna made a major blunder with Ulrika Jonsson’s name.
The tongue-tied reality star repeatedly got the name wrong in a chat with agency experts Anna Williamson and Paul Brunson.
He called her urethra, which is in fact the tube inside the penis that men urinate through.
كتب أحد المشاهدين على تويتر: “Crying at Marty called ulrika Johnson ‘urethra’ ahahahaha.”
نشر آخر: “HAHAHAH MARTY calling Ulrika Johnson ‘urethra’ has made me belly laugh I can’t even cope with that boy #CelebsGoDating.”
قال ثالث: “Comedy gold @Marty_GShore chatting up Ulrika.”
Marty then wasted no time trying his luck with the Gladiators host, يخبرها: “I kinda new you were gonna be here. I thought she’s a really really sexy woman…
“We are so similar I can see myself dating with you.”
ضحكت: “You’re hilarious.”
Undeterred, Marty insisted: “I’m not too young, I’m a f***ing grown a**e, hairy-a**e man.”
We recently revealed Marty secretly broke show rules after being slapped with a sex ban.
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The 27-year-old went against the dating agents’ advice to get to know his dates before sleeping with them.
قال مصدر لصحيفة ذا صن: “Marty is the first to admit he’s got a lot to learn from the agents.
“When they told him he should stop sleeping with girls before getting to know them, he was initially keen to stick to the ban.
“But he’s a young lad who gets a lot of attention and doesn’t have very much willpower.
“He definitely broke the rules but made sure he did it on the sly. Or at least he thought he did.”
In tonight’s show he could barely contain himself while on a drinks date.
He repeatedly told the camera how much he wanted to have sex with his date, even joking he was staying away from the ‘khazi’ in case he was overcome with the urge to have sex in there.
He ended up sealing the meet-up with a very noisy and sloppy kiss.
Marty was sacked from Geordie Shore in 2018 for his repeated bad behaviour.
He caused chaos at the Celebs Go Dating final after heavy boozing – which led to blazing rows off-screen.