Watch Gemma Collins: Diva Forever online and catch up on past episodes

Gemma Collins: Diva Forever

Here's how to watch Gemma Collins: Diva Forever online and catch up with all episodes of the current series.

Gemma Collins: Diva Forever is the new ITVBe reality show from the queen of memes.


Here's how to watch the show online and catch up on all the episodes from the season.

When does Gemma Collins: Diva Forever air on TV?

Gemma Collins: Diva Forever aired Wednesday nights at 9PM on ITVBe.

The series aired across five episodes after starting on August 7.

ITVBe can be found on channel 131 on Sky, 119 on Virgin Media and 26 on Freeview. You can watch episodes online as they air online via the ITVHub.

Catch up with Gemma's show online

You can watch episodes from Gemma Collins: Diva Forever online for free via the ITVHub.


You can also watch online via Amazon Prime with ITVHub+.

Diva Forever charts the reality TV legend’s day to day exploits, lifting the lid on the life and times of TOWIE’s fieriest and feistiest female.

After a whirlwind year that has seen Gemma take to the ice, kick start a music career and pursue her American dreams, viewers will follow every step of the way as Essex’s loudest personality is unleashed across the continent.

In episode 5 this week (September 4), following their bust-up, Gemma and Jonathan make up LA style with a facial from J-Lo’s favourite quirky beautician and a farewell meal to top all meals where the dishes have to be seen to be believed.

The next day, with Jonathan out of town, it’s back to business for Gemma as she has an important meeting with the manufacturers of her new perfume.


After catching up with old school pal James at his swish rooftop birthday party, she welcomes another old friend, Charlie King to LA and prepares to hit the red carpet at the world famous Chinese Theatre for the premiere of the new Godzilla movie.

As the crew pack their bags and head to the airport, there’s one question on everyone’s lips… will Gemma be joining them, or now she’s tasted life beyond Essex, is there no going back?