Gemma Collins treats herself to SIX large brandies and a curry after skating fall – Daily Mail

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Gemma Collins treats herself to SIX large brandies and a curry after skating fall – Daily Mail

Gemma Collins brushed aside her Dancing On Ice woes on Sunday night by heading straight out for a curry – and not one, but six large brandies.

The GC, 37, fell in the final moments of her performance with partner Matt Evers, in what appeared to be a nasty knock to her face and her confidence.

She was rushed to physio after it happened but then returned to the rink for the vote results, with her and Matt getting through to next week despite the tumble.

Numbing the pain? Gemma Collins brushed aside her Dancing On Ice woes on Sunday night by heading straight out for a curry – and not one, but six large brandies

Boyfriend James ‘Arg’ Argent took to Instagram to gush over the reality star, as well as to document their meal after the show at a local curry house.

Gemma was seen brandishing a glass, tucking into a curry, with one leg raised and a bag of ice on it.

Arg said: ‘Celebratory curry for The GC!’

Gemma then replied: ‘I’m on the brandy! I’ve had six large brandies!’

Arg also posted a snap with Gemma and Matt, rink-side, after the show.

He captioned it: ‘LOVE YOU @gemmacollins1. When I saw her fall like that face first I honestly thought she might be unconscious or lost some teeth! 

Ice, ice, baby: Gemma was seen brandishing a glass, tucking into a curry, with one leg raised and a bag of ice on it

Proud: Arg also posted a snap with Gemma and Matt, rink-side, after the show

‘The way she got up & carried on was AMAZING!!! ️You worked so hard this week GC & have done us so proud! You’ve improved so much!’

Arg appeared in the audience during the live broadcast and was interviewed by DOI presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.

He said: ‘My heart completely sunk when she fell, I’ve just been backstage with her, she is crying her eyes out.

‘She is in pain with ice packs on her knees but she showed everyone how hard she’s been working.

‘If she is to go home tonight I’m so proud of her and I love her so much.’

As Gemma and Matt embarked on their final flourish of the routine, the TOWIE star, tripped and fell forward onto the ice.

Emotional: Gemma had to fight back tears after falling in the final moments of her Dancing On Ice routine

She lay there for a moment, but within seconds she was helped up by Matt, sure to plaster a smile on her face.

The reality star held on to Matt and nestled into his shoulder – looking to be upset – but the Essex diva remained composed and poised for her chat with the judges afterwards – gaining the highest score she has received yet this season.

Head judges Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean both commentd that Gemma had ‘worked hard and improved’ since last week.

But the comments viewers were waiting for were Jason Gardiner’s, following last week’s scathing remarks that saw him and Gemma come to blows.

Falling flat: As she and Matt embarked on their final flourish of the routine, the TOWIE star, 37, tripped and fell forward onto the ice

Up you get: Gemma returned to the rink on Sunday night with her pro partner Matt Evers, a week on from her on-air clash with judge Jason Gardiner – but it didn’t end well

Fighting back the tears: She was instantly tearful after suffering the shock trip

Slip: Despite claiming beforehand that she ‘needs to let her feet do the talking rather than her mouth’ she put on an impressive show to Celine Dion’s All Coming Back To Me… but fell at the last hurdle

Last hurdle: Gemma’s fall came in the last few minutes of the routine

‘I like your mum – she gives sound advice,’ he told Gemma, referring to the pep talk Gemma’s mother had given her before the show. ‘When you come in and apply yourself, and when you drop The GC you improve and you did.’

Ahead of her skate, Gemma explained in her VT that her mum and dad ‘had a go at her’ and ‘threatened to write her out the will’.

Gemma explained that she had gotten upset last week because ‘Jason got personal’ but said: ‘I have always been a joke, but I am not going to let myself down.’ 

Soldiering on: She lay there for a moment, and it appeared she had fallen on her face, but within seconds she was helped up by Matt, sure to plaster a smile on her face

Support: The reality star held on to Matt and nestled into his shoulder – looking to be upset – but the Essex diva remained composed and poised for her chat with the judges afterwards – gaining the highest score she has received yet this season

Getting on with it: Gemma explained that she had gotten upset last week because ‘Jason got personal’ but said – ‘I have always been a joke, but I am not going to let myself down’

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