Gemma Collins, who recently hit headlines everywhere as she fell down a hole at the Teen Choice Awards, looked head-to-toe stunning in a glitzy figure-hugging black dress, complete with mesh panels to show off her curves.
But as she left the ITV Gala afterparty, Bobby Norris’ bestie looked a little worse for wear – and seemed to have suffered a false-tan malfunction.
The meme queen looked to have taken a sun-kissed glow to a whole new level, as she flashed the flesh when leaving the event at Aqua – slipping fans a cheeky peek at her bronzed leg as she did.
However, style icon Gemma still looked like the epitome of glam – despite the tanning mishap.
It comes after the news that former I’m A Celeb star Gemma could have bagged herself a place on next year’s Strictly Come Dancing.
Following her fall as she presented an award at the Radio 1 Teen Awards ceremony last month, Gemma has apparently offered to “drop her threat of legal action” against the BBC for her fall, but only if they let her take part in Strictly Come Dancing next year.
James Argent plants a kiss on Gemma Collins at the ITV Gala as romance rumours surrounding the two continue despite Arg’s refusing to go to Tenerife with Gemma on TOWIE [Wenn]
“Gemma is deadly serious about the Strictly trade off. She has said to BBC that she will not pursue legal action if they give her a slot on the show”, the source told The Sun.
The insider revealed that Gemma has had her eyes set on the BBC dancing show for quite a while.
“She loves Strictly and has always wanted to have a crack at it. She thinks this might be her chance to get on the show”, claimed the insider.
The report that the TOWIE star isn’t joking about being given a shot at Strictly comes after she previously hinted at the idea in an interview on This Morning.
Speaking to Ben Shephard and Amanda Holden, Gemma admitted she was still in pain from the embarrassing fall.
During the interview, Gemma hinted that she may be taking legal action following the accident, when Ben asked her: “Did the production company contact you? Had they warned you that the hole wasn’t marked out?”
To which she replied: “I’m not allowed to discuss that at the minute! But all will be forgiven with the BBC if they give me a lot on Strictly next year.”