Joey Essex


Wait, what? Joey Essex is back on I’m A Celeb 😱

Just over eight years since he first appeared on the show, veteran reality star Joey Essex has made a shock comeback to I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!. The TOWIE icon has signed up for the current series of I’m A Celeb Australia, where he made a surprise appearance as a camp intruder during the most recent episode and will star alongside Aussie celebs like Miss Universe Australia 2020 Maria Thattil and Olympic swimmer Emily Seebohm (no, us neither).
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Joey Essex Claims He Was 'Duped' Into Cryptocurrency Con

Joey Essex is among a string of reality stars who have claimed they were ‘duped’ into advertising an alleged fraudulent cryptocurrency company. The former The Only Way Is Essex Star promoted EATS Coin via his personal Instagram accounts from personal appearances and posts on his feed. The company was linked to food delivery app CryptoEat. The app was pitched as a rival to UberEats, where members could pay for food with cryptocurrency.
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TV tonight: Joey Essex on coping with his mum’s death

Although best known for his blindingly white teeth and bumbling persona on The Only Way Is Essex, Joey Essex strikes a far more personal note for this documentary – the latest in the BBC’s tranche of celebrities exploring mental health. Having recently turned 30, Essex revisits the tragedy of losing his mum at the age of 10 to suicide, and recruits the help of psychologist Stephen Blumenthal to confront his grief. The pair examine Essex’s anxiety, and look at ways to integrate his past into his current life. Ammar Kalia.

Joey Essex: Why I’m talking about the death of my mum

Joey Essex rose to fame on the reality show The Only Way Is Essex, known to fans as TOWIE. Through the lens of the show’s glitz and glam, which depicts the flash life of young people living in Essex, it looked like Joey had it all. His pearly-white smile was contagious, as he became a huge hit with viewers and known across the country for making people laugh.

Joey Essex was ‘in denial’ as a child after mother’s suicide

Joey Essex has opened up about struggling with depression while undergoing psychoanalysis to help talk about the death of his mother.The TV personality’s mum Tina died by suicide in 2001 when Essex was 10 years old, with a new BBC Three documentary titled Joey Essex: Grief and Me seeing him look into the ways he dealt with her death.Speaking to The Sunday Times, Essex said that he’d been struggling with depression and anxiety since beginning the intense course of psychoanalysis for the TV special, with side effects including sudden crying, panic attacks and flashbacks.“You think, ‘This is TV, it’s a...