Spencer Matthews proved himself to be quite the ladies' man when he starred on Made in Chelsea and now as the 27-year-old takes on Channel 4's The Jump, he has admitted that the possibility of new romance is never off the cards. The self-proclaimed lothario revealed that although his mind is firmly focused on the competition – which sees him facing off against the likes of Louis Smith and Gareth Thomas – he never fails to keep an eye out for potential love interests."That's definitely not why I'm here but, you know, I'm always looking for love!" he told HELLO! exclusively. "If it was to ski into me or I was to trip up and fall straight into love's arms, I'd take it willingly. But no, that's not why I'm here."
However, romance isn't a top priority for the star as he takes on the gruelling skiing competition. "I'm focusing far too much on the competition to be worrying about ladies," he said, before adding: "Well, obviously I have my eye on them. My eye is always somewhere, isn't it, but I'm making an effort to remain focused on the end prize, which is winning the show."
Spencer Matthews has opened up about his quest for finding love
As for potential love interests? Spencer admitted that a few of his fellow contestants have already caught his eye, including HELLO! blogger Vogue Williams. "I'm really, really good friends with Vogue at the moment, I do quite fancy her," he revealed. "I think Jade Jones is very attractive, a very cool girl. "Caprice [Bourret] – I mean, come on. Caprice has got to be up there – if Caprice wanted to be my girlfriend I'd probably let her!"
However, it seems that instead of blossoming romances Spencer has formed close friendships with his fellow skiiers – particularly Vogue and Jade. "They're my besties. I'm close to everyone though to be honest," he said. "There's no-one that I wouldn't enjoy a beer with when I got home.
The Made in Chelsea star admitted he does "quite fancy" Vogue Williams
"There’s a lot of love in our group for one another. Jade Jones, amazing girl, Vogue Williams, amazing girl, Lydia [Bright], fantastic. It’s also a privilege to be competing with so many decorated athletes. Do you know what I mean? It’s a real joy, to compete against my sporting heroes." The British star also explained that his womanising ways on Made in Chelsea do not reflect his personality off camera. "What you see on Made in Chelsea is not me, I have another side to me," he said.