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Made in Chelsea quitter Caggie Dunlop wants to be “mysterious”

08:15 23 August 2012

Caggie Dunlop

Caggie Dunlop

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Former ‘Made In Chelsea’ star Caggie Dunlop quit reality TV to be more “mysterious”

Caggie Dunlop quit TV to be more “mysterious”.

The ‘Made In Chelsea’ star says she left the E4 reality show for good in order to concentrate on her music career because she felt she a pop singer needs to maintain a mysterious persona and keep some aspects of their lives private.

Caggie told LOOK magazine: “It’s the end of that chapter for me. I want to do something a bit more fulfilling now, which is my music, and for that you have to be a bit mysterious.

“It’ll be nice to show a different side of myself.”

The blonde beauty - who famously toyed with the affections of her reality TV co-star Spencer Matthews - finds his appearance on Channel 5 dating show ‘The Bachelor’ entertaining, but claims choosing her next beau in front of the British public would be her personal “worst nightmare”.

Caggie laughed: “I think it’s funny. Doing a dating show would be my worst nightmare, but it’s great for him. We speak at least twice a week and he tells me everything. I love him - but not like that.”

The 23-year-old star also confessed she won’t be dishing the dirt on the posh boy in her new music.

She said: “Its dark, poetic pop. Lyrically it’s quite abstract, but it’s about a relationship I had and what I went though. But no, it’s not about Spencer!”

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