TOWIE star Ella Rae Wise has been seen in a heated exchange with her fellow cast members after filming stopped in Loughton.
The 22-year-old blonde beauty could be seen with her locks down and a glamorous makeup look as she stood in a black gym set and leaned against a white car.
Ella Rae could be seen having a heated discussion with cast member Dani Imbert, who was pictured wearing a brown two-piece and her hair down.
In un altro scatto, nuovo Towie cast member Junaid Ahmed and Roman Hackett were seen getting involved in the discussion, with Junaid leaning against the Auru Grill and Bar they were at and listened to Ella, who was pictured with several others.
Crew members were trying to calm the situation down, as Ella Rae and Dani appeared to be embroiled in a row.
Ella was also pictured looking annoyed as she spoke to co-star Roman by the car as filming for the new series continued.
The row comes just two days after reality star Dani headed out in a glamorous outfit as she joined her co-stars Junaid and Ella Rae.
Dani, 23, let her blonde hair flow down her chest, framing her bosom in the low cut bralette top, which featured a mesh cut-out design.
The star paired the top with matching leggings, and completed her look with see-through heeled sandals and a designer bag.
She was seen striding hand-in-hand with Ella Rae and their fellow The Only Way Is Essex cast member Junaid
Towie will finally return this month after long delays due to the pandemic.
The cast jetted off to the Dominican Republic earlier this year to shoot the new series opener.
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And The Sun can reveal that producers have made a huge change to how Towie is filmed – shooting the entire series in one go for the first time ever.
Usually the stars continue filming throughout the series, but a TV insider says: “They’re filming it all in one go this time around so the cast can’t see the reaction on social media and change their actions to suit.
“They want the show to be more authentic and what it was like at the very start when social media wasn’t around.”