BETHAN Kershaw admits she cried a "waterfall" of tears on Celebs Go Dating after opening her heart to finding love.
The Geordie Shore star broke viewers' hearts as she sobbed moments before a blind date after a confidence crisis.
And in an exclusive interview with The Sun, Bethan says there are more tears to come.
The 28-year-old became overwhelmed with emotion after dating agents Anna Williamson and Paul Carrick Brunson said she showed "narcissistic traits" on her first date.
Speaking about the emotional experience filming the E4 show, Bethan said: "You peel back so many layers, you think 'do I want to peel back anymore?'
"It was really good though, it was very insightful.
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"The things I took from the agents, the comments and criticism, I can put that to my life now.
"It was all to make us better people and better daters.
"I'm dreading it all coming out… It was a waterfall of tears with me. I think probably every episode I was crying.
"I'm an emotional human being. My emotions run high all the time.
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"I wear my heart on my sleeve, I'm an open book I'll always let it out."
Celebs Go Dating viewers watched as Bethan started to cry when she became riddled with nerves about going on a blind date.
She was reassured by Anna and Paul who insisted: "You are not a narcissist."
Bethan went on to land a second date – and headed to a rooftop bar to get to know him more.
Asked if she has any regrets about her experience on the E4 show, Beth told The Sun: "The only thing I regret is going into myself and being too critical.
"I wish I didn't think about what people think about me.
"You always go into a date thinking 'I hope they like me'.
"I wish I'd gone in and said 'this is me, this is who I am'.
"It's normal to be nervous, but I wish was a f***ing bad b**** every day."
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