Gemma Collins admits she wet herself and feared she'd lose her legs in horrific Radio 1 Teen Awards blunder

GEMMA Collins has revealed she wet herself and feared she'd lose her legs in her horrific Radio 1 Teen Awards fall.

The GC, 39, went crashing through a trap door on stage when presenting an award to Love Island in 2017 and was terrified she'd done some serious damage, as she opened up about the blunder on Shopping With Keith Lemon.

Three years after threatening to sue the Beeb over falling through the trap door at Wembley Stadium, the Towie star admitted she had another little accident mid-fall.

In The Sun Online's exclusive clip, Keith quizzes her about it, and asks: "Let’s talk about some embarrassing things yeah, when you fell at the awards."

And Gemma says: "Yeah my legs nearly got cut off and that’s not a lie. I got a bit excited when I was giving the award.

"I’m at Wembley Stadium, the crowd is screaming. I love Love Island, I was screaming 'Love Island', and I got so excited I spun around, not realising they’re coming from the bottom of the stage.

"I fell on four of the Love Islanders, I nearly killed them and the cameraman started shouting ‘we’re gonna get her legs cut off, get her up!’

"Then all of a sudden I’m back in the air at Wembley Stadium with a mic and carried on with the award."

Keith remarked: "You must have been a bit shook?"

But Gemma left him speechless when she replied: "Well I wet me-self!"

The Love Island stars Gemma crashed into were Amber Davies, Jamie Jewitt and Marcel Somerville.

She was there to present the Radio 1 Teen Award for Best TV Show.

The trio rushed to help the Towie star as she suddenly dropped through the trapdoor on stage.

The Towie star quickly took to social media to confirm she was OK – and later said it was "all worth it" when she posted a selfie with Rita Ora.

Gemma forgave the BBC after the incident and went on to sign a bumper deal with the corporation to host a tell-all podcast about her bonkers life.

Shopping With Keith Lemon starts on 25th October, 10pm on ITV2.

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