Gemma Collins has been blocked from the Dancing On Ice group chat twice for being ‘rude’, reveals her co-star Brian McFadden.
Speaking to MailOnline at the show’s launch, the Westlife star admitted he and the other celebrities won’t stand for the GC when ‘the diva comes out.’
It comes after Gemma recently vowed she would be the next Jayne Torvill in a sneak peek at training, and added that ‘she’s like Lady Gaga’ after exhausting show bosses with her diva demands.
Hilarious: Gemma Collins has been blocked from the Dancing On Ice group chat twice for being ‘rude’, reveals her co-star Brian McFadden
Brian said: ‘She gets removed when she’s rude, she can be a diva to the ITV people, when she’s a diva to us she gets blocked.’
It comes after Gemma vowed that she was on a mission to be crowned Dancing On Ice champion with partner Matt Evers, as fans got a glimpse of her training in a recent preview for the new series.
She said: ‘I’m not here to take part I’m here to take over,’ before saying to Matt: ‘Opening night I want to to the splits I want to do a couple of spins I want to do fireworks.
Funny: Speaking to MailOnline at the show’s launch, the Westlife star admitted he and the other celebrities won’t stand for the GC when ‘the diva comes out’
‘Torvill and Dean you better take a step to the left, because I’m about to win the Bolero Cup.’
It comes after Gemma revealed she has already had staff run off their feet with her diva demands, as she told
‘I’ve asked for grade A Swarovski crystals, and as many feathers as they can find. They’re totally on board.’
Determined: It comes after Gemma revealed she has already had staff run off their feet with her diva demands (above with her Ice professional partner Matt Evers)
After taking to the ice to show a glimpse of his skating skills, Brian admitted he’s brought professional partner Alex Murphy on tour with him so he could practice
When asked whether he fears the show’s so-called curse, Brian added: ‘We were talking about this earlier, I think it’s different on this show to Strictly, on Strictly it’s a lot more intimate.
‘Being someone who does gigs everyday, it’s nice to get up in the morning and have this challenge everyday, something very different. It’s not boring but it’s repetitive, it’s exciting and the competition side is exciting, it’s so nice to jump out of what you do everyday.’
Dancing On Ice returns on Sunday 6th January at 6pm on ITV.
On a mission: Meanwhile Brian has been training with pro Alex Murphy, when he and the other celebrity skaters make their debut on the show in January