TOWIE legend Gemma 'The GC' Collins is no stranger to discussing her weight and recently revealed that she was using an IV drip as she hoped to keep up with her Khloé Kardashian inspired look.
Gemma, 39, took to Instagram last night to showcase her ever slimming frame as she channels Keeping Up With The Kardashians superstar, Khloé Kardashian.
The self-proclaimed GC looked sensational with an au-natural look, ditching her signature makeup and hair extensions as she rocked a shoulder-length bob.
Gemma, who has lost three stone since January 2019 regularly treats her fans to Instagram snaps showing off her slimmer frame.
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Taking to Instagram, Gemma revealed her curves in a fitted white sweater, mimicking Yves Saint Laurent, her sweater read "Yves Saint West".
The former car saleswoman was promoting her own jumper from her Gemma Collins Collection to her 1.5millon followers.
Fans instantly flocked to the comment section to compliment the blonde bombshell.
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One follower commented: "Gemma you are looking really well these days, you seem so much happier also. Love your shorter hair."
A second went on to say: "You look absolutely stunning! A role model for all us plus sizes. Absolutely love you."
While a third chipped in: "Beautiful smile as always as a gorgeous Diva."
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Inspired by Adele's recent weight loss, Gemma said: "So when the going gets tough, the tough gets going. I've seen Adele this morning and she looks absolutely fantastic."
Gemma was introduced to the IV drip by Real Housewives of Cheshire pal, Dawn Ward who offers the treatment at her Cheshire clinic, Skulpt.
Speaking on Instagram, Gemma said: "Now, as you know I am on a mission to lose some pounds and look like Khloé Kardashian.
"I am on the fat burner plus which is an IV drip, it gives you energy."
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