James Lock forced to apologise for dumping Celebs Go Dating love interest after steamy romp – The Sun

JAMES Lock will be forced to apologise for dumping his Celebs Go Dating love interest straight after their steamy romp.

The Essex boy is given a telling off by dating gurus Anna Williamson and Paul Carrick Brunson who insist he says sorry to Borbala and let her down gently in Sunday’s episode.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun Online, former Towie star Lockie admits: "I’m always naughty. It’s what makes me, me!

"She’s a lovely lady, she’s a playmate, my mate and a great date. We had sex and it didn’t work out, it’s both our fault.

"I need someone who has got their s**t together, I need someone who can keep me in check and the problem is me and her are too similar. It’s just not going to work.

"I didn’t f*** her and chuck her, I’m too old for that stuff, I’m 33 now. Back in the day I didn’t care, I was young, men mature slower than women!

"Behind every great man is a great woman and I need to find a great woman, someone that’s got her s**t together. She just wasn’t someone I could take home to meet my mum."

The 33-year-old signed up to find love on the E4 dating show after living out his last two relationships in the Towie spotlight.

But he's started to realise his excessive partying and drinking is what is ruining his love life.

And it doesn't sound like he has any luck on the show, adding: "I’ve absolutely loved doing this show, I’m in my element, I’ve had a good reception. My old man watches it and loves it.

"I want to come back for another series, I’ve loved it. It’s great for meeting women but I’m still trying to find a wife! At some point anyway!"

Lockie's last relationship ended last July when he split from Yazmin Oukhellou.

She accused him of cheating after a wild night of partying in Turkey led him to the room of a group of girls.

And in 2016 he split from Danielle Armstrong after they gave their on/off romance a final go.

Celebs Go Dating is back on Sunday night at 9pm on E4.

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