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Gemma Collins: Diva Forever 

After a year that has seen Gemma take to the ice, kick start a music career and pursue her American dreams, we follow every step of the way as Essex's loudest personality deals with her day-to-day business.
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Gemma Collins ...  Herself 5 episodes, 2019
Angus Deayton ...  Voiceover 5 episodes, 2019
Lucas Armitage Lucas Armitage ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2019
Jonathan Cheban ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2019
Joan Collins Joan Collins ...  Herself 3 episodes, 2019
Russell Collins Russell Collins ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2019
Naughty Boy Naughty Boy ...  Himself 2 episodes, 2019
Alan Collins Alan Collins ...  Himself 2 episodes, 2019
Dawn Collins Dawn Collins ...  Herself 2 episodes, 2019
Matt Evers Matt Evers ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2019
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After a year that has seen Gemma take to the ice, kick start a music career and pursue her American dreams, we follow every step of the way as Essex's loudest personality deals with her day-to-day business.

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English

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7 August 2019 (UK) See more »

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Essex, England, UK See more »

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Lime Pictures See more »
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Greater London Collins
30 August 2019 | by gilleliathSee all my reviews

The GLC, as she likes to call herself, sets new standards in minor celeb self-delusion when she lands in LA apparently under the impression that simply being there is enough to qualify you as a star. She wants to be the new Marilyn Monroe. Her face when her almost equally minor LA celeb mate tells her that the movies 'don't just take anyone' (no doubt he has had a go himself) was priceless - and it was just as funny when he took her for a stroll and it turned out that more people knew her (albeit they were Brits on holiday) than him.

The choice of Angus Deayton for the voiceover, though it doesn't add much (nice to have him back on telly though), is a subtle signal that we are meant to be laughing at, not with. And there are some very funny moments - but her sheer arrogance is too much to laugh off entirely. She's absolutely the poster child for a world in which everybody thinks they deserve to be a star, not because they can do anything in particular, but just because they're so fantastic in general.


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