Gemma Collins has big plans after leaving ‘Loose Women’
The reality star recently laid down some career goals
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Gemma Collins has come a long way from ‘The Only Way Is Essex’. She’s slowly becoming Britain’s favourite reality star, with hilarious appearances on ‘I’m a Celeb...’ and ‘Celebrity Big Brother’. These days, Collins is the presenter of ‘ReFreshers Week’, a university-based reality show sponsored by Strongbow. But Collins already has plans for what’s next, and her career is going in some unexpected places.
Believe it or not, Gemma is getting into music. “Singing has always been a passion of mine. I would like to do an album”, she said, as reported by Celebs Now. She even recorded a ‘90s cover for Strongbow, sharing an in-studio clip on Twitter.
We got @missgemcollins behind the mic to refresh a favourite memory. Want to be next? Comment below with your memory using #RefreshYourStatus and we’ll pick one and make it happen AGAIN. pic.twitter.com/2pSmp56ieD— Strongbow UK (@strongbowuk) September 18, 2018
“Stepping up to the mic was… a big moment for me. Almost as big as when I fell off the stage at the Teen Awards”, Collins says during the clip. The reality star also admitted that she wants to get into serious acting. She recently appeared with ‘Orange Is the New Black’ stars for a Netflix advert, and has expressed interest in more professional roles.
If that wasn’t enough, Collins also has plans for hosting a talk show. “Everyone says I should do a chat show. I am a very creative person”, she said, as reported by Daily Record. “You know James Corden – I'm like a version of him but in a girl”, she added. Collins also declared that she will never return to ‘Loose Women’.” I've moved on from 'Loose Women', it's not where I want to be. There's much more exciting things happening for me”, she revealed.
Though no dates have been set, look forward to more Gemma Collins content in the weeks to come. You can catch Collins on ‘ReFreshers Week’ on MTV UK.
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