Cast members have been styled as the seven deadly sins and have recalled their series four bad behaviour in seven YouTube videos which also launch the new Made in Chelsea channel.
Copyright: Channel 4 Siggi Rosen-Rawlings"As they come face-to-face, we'll find out the cast's real feelings about certain situations - analysing the arguments, love triangles, cheating and excessive spending by relating each situation to one of the famous deadly sins," said producers.
"Be prepared for awkwardness and tension as most of the cast go under the spotlight, reflecting on their reactions and what they have learnt from some of series four's shocking dramas."
The Seven Deadly Sins project was commissioned by Channel 4 Education to "reflect and celebrate the teenage coming of age experience and help young people through the problems, pitfalls and pressures of growing up".
Made in Chelsea has added sisters Francesca and Olivia Newman-Young, designer Josh Coombs and fashionista Phoebe-Lettice Thompson to its cast for series five.
Show regulars Francis Boulle, Richard Dinan, Binky Felstead, Rosie Fortescue, Victoria Baker Harber, Cheska Hull, Stevie Johnson, Andy Jordan, Jamie Laing, Ollie Locke, Millie Macintosh, Spencer Matthews, Ollie Proudlock, Louise Thompson and Mark-Francis Vandelli are all also confirmed to return.
Made in Chelsea was launched on E4 on 2011.