Gemma Collins' Reveals Injuries After Dancing On Ice Fall

Gemma Collins has revealed the extent of her injuries after her dramatic fall on Dancing on Ice on Sunday night, amid claims she 'faked' her tumble.

TOWIE star Collins took a tumble during her performance to Celine Dion's 'It's All Coming Back To Me Now' at the weekend, but jumped back onto her feet seconds later.

But not all fans thought everything was as it seemed, with some leaping to Twitter to say the fall was actually 'fake'.

One person wrote: "Was Gemma Collins fall a fake dive to make her seem funnier and iconic? I think so."

Someone else tweeted: "Watch it back.... looks like a totally fake fall #gemmacollins #DancingOnIce #sympathyvote."

A third said: "Don't care what anyone says, that so called *fall* was deliberate."

Another, meanwhile, said her fall was 'more fake than her personality', adding: "She didn't try to balance herself, didn't wobble one bit, just straight down!"

The former TOWIE star's boyfriend, James 'Arg' Agent has since taken to Instagram to say she's in a 'bad way', admitting he first thought the fall could've knocked her teeth out.

Posting evidence of the injuries Gemma suffered, he told his followers: "Gemma's leg is terrible, look. Her knees are in a bad, bad, way. There's bruising there. This one isn't so bad, I'm worried about."

Credit: Instagram/James Argent
Credit: Instagram/James Argent

Following the fall, Arg took Gemma for a curry and a brandy after the show aired on ITV, where she was supported by fellow TOWIE star Elliott Wright and his wife Sadie.

He filmed Gemma icing her knees at the curry house, while she was obviously in a great deal of pain as a result of her fall.

The reality star was initially concerned Gemma's injuries would be far worse after he witnessed the tumble first hand from the front row.

"When I saw her fall like that face first I honestly thought she might be unconscious or lost some teeth," he tweeted.

"The way she got up & carried on was AMAZING!!! You worked so hard this week & improved so much!"

Fake or not, face-planting the ice can't have been particularly pleasant.

Dancing On Ice continues on ITV at 6pm every Sunday.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at PRETTY52. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on [email protected]

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