Thu. May 19th, 2022

Celebrities use FAKE Covid passes added to their NHS app for £ 750 at a time to look like they’ve had two jabs to appear on E4 and MTV shows’

  • Five celebrities paid £ 750 for fake Covid passes to secure seats on TV shows
  • E4 and MTV were scam victims for Celebrity Coach Trip and Geordie OG
  • Both shows required stars to be double-vaccinated to secure their spot


Five celebrities have reportedly paid £ 750 to receive fake Covid passes on their NHS apps to appear on E4 and MTV shows.

The celebrities, four reality TV stars and a musician, were booked to perform on E4’s Celebrity Coach Trip and MTV’s Geordie OG.

Both TV stations demanded that their stars be vaccinated twice to be booked for their respective shows – and both have already been filmed.

Five celebrities have reportedly paid £ 750 to receive fake Covid passes on their NHS apps to appear on E4 and MTV shows - including Celebrity Coach Trip

Five celebrities have reportedly paid £ 750 to receive fake Covid passes on their NHS apps to appear on E4 and MTV shows – including Celebrity Coach Trip

However, The Sun reports that the five celebrities have reportedly paid £ 750 each to cheat the NHS app to appear on the shows.

A source told the publication: ‘The reality stars and the musician involved in the scam are all well connected – and it was not difficult for them to find someone who knows it.

‘It only costs £ 750 for the fake passport to be put on your app and the process takes about four days.’

The source added that it has become obvious that it is impossible for people to tell the difference between a genuine and fake Covid passport.

The celebrities, four reality TV stars and a musician, were booked to perform on E4's Celebrity Coach Trip and MTV's Geordie OG

The celebrities, four reality TV stars and a musician, were booked to perform on E4’s Celebrity Coach Trip and MTV’s Geordie OG

A spokesman for MTV told The Sun that the TV station does not approve of the actions of individuals and that because protecting their cast and crew is a priority, they take the issue seriously and look into it.

MailOnline has contacted E4 and MTV for further comments.

It comes after last month, when Sajid Javid dramatically killed the idea of ​​mandatory Covid passports in England after a major Tory drama war.

The health secretary stated that the government ‘will not go any further’ with the controversial move to nightclubs and major events.

It comes after last month, when Sajid Javid dramatically killed the idea of ​​mandatory Covid passports in England after a major Tory outcry

It comes after last month, when Sajid Javid dramatically killed the idea of ​​mandatory Covid passports in England after a major Tory outcry

The U-turn came after ministers were sent out to defend the proposals despite fierce fire from conservative MPs who branded them as ‘unsupportive, coercive and discriminatory’.

In response to briefing on the policy pursued in an interview with Sky News, Javid first told Sky News that he ‘hoped we could avoid’ the move.

But a little over an hour later, he was categorical, telling the BBC’s Andrew Marr show: ‘We’re not moving forward with vaccine passport plans.’

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