Chloe Ferry confirms she's launching pop career this summer and she's already recorded first single with Wayne Lineker

Chloe Ferry confirms she's launching pop career this summer and she's already recorded first single with Wayne Lineker

June 21, 2021

CHLOE Ferry has confirmed she is planning to launch a music career this summer and she’s already got her first single in the bag.

The  25-year-old has recorded a remix of I Love You Baby – and her good pal Wayne Lineker has helped produce it.

She also worked alongside Damon Hess and Mila Falls on track, which she is hoping will be the song of the summer.

Chloe told us: “I’ve really enjoyed working on this project with them and hope it will be a huge success. Watch this space!”

A source said: “After talking about her love of music with Wayne when they met on Celebs Go Dating, they decided to contact Damon.

“It’s been full steam ahead since then. Now they have finalised the track.

“Everyone who’s heard it thinks it’s going to be huge this summer and she’s hoping to release it at the same time as she launches her swimwear line – and she’s picked Wayne’s club Oceanbeach as the venue.

“If Covid doesn’t get in the way, it’s going to be a massive party for the tune.”

Chloe, who is currently filming the latest series of Geordie Shore, grew close to Wayne while staying in the Celebs Go Dating mansion.

The pair teased fans by pretending they were engaged and posted suggestive comments on each other’s Instagram.

Wayne has since returned to Spain where he is waiting to get the green light to open his clubs once more.

Chloe was last known to be dating Love Island’s Jordan Hames, but will get a chance to meet singletons in the Geordie Shore house. 

Insiders working on the hit MTV show have revealed they are planning on taking a leaf out of Celebs Go Dating’s little black book by bringing outsiders, who have quarantined, into the infamous party pad.

The decision came due to Covid restrictions stopping the group from going out clubbing and meeting people to “tash on” with.

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