Gemma Collins turns to a psychic to help her on Dancing On Ice

Gemma Collins has called in a psychic to help her on Dancing On Ice 2019.


The reality sensation has revealed she’s been getting rid of ‘bad energy’ on the ice rink.

It follows a rather woeful performance at the weekend, which saw her score the lowest marks of the night.

Gemma took to Instagram to share with fans how she was preparing for this weekend’s show, and it wasn’t with rehearsals.

She shared: “I’ve brought a psychic into the ice today to cleanse the energy for my performance on Sunday.”

Gemma added: “There’s very bad energy in this corner and it’s affecting the performance. We are gonna banish out all the bad energy for this Sunday. Hell yeah!”

The TOWIE star’s pro partner Matt Evers has vowed not to give up on her.


He took to Twitter to post: “I’ve been told by many industry professionals to give up on her. I refuse to give up especially when I see potential. This has fueled me even more. It’s not my job to care but I do…”

In an interview with The Sun newspaper, Matt added: “We had a tough week. We had a heart to heart chat.

“We talked about what happened last Sunday, and at the end of the day she was absolutely terrified of skating after her fall the week before.”

Meanwhile, Gemma has spoken out on ITV’s Good Morning Britain to thank those that had voted for her, especially after the previous week’s fall.

“This week I’m really grateful to everyone voting me back,” she said. “It’s not that I haven’t been trying, I’ve been in agony.

“It wasn’t the next day after the fall, it was two days later the agony set in. The pain come out and then the shock set in, then it was my birthday last Thursday and I didn’t do a thing.”

Alongside Gemma, those now making up the Dancing On Ice cast include Westlife’s Brian McFadden, Coronation Street actress Jane Danson, X Factor favourite Saara Aalto and Pussycat Dolls singer Melody Thornton.


Completing the line up are cricketer Ryan Sidebottom, Love Island’s Wes Nelson and Strictly Come Dancing dancer James Jordan.

Dancing On Ice 2019 continues this Sunday at 6PM on ITV.