GEMMA Collins showed off her dance moves by taking part in a viral TikTok challenge in a hilarious video.
The 39-year-old shook her booty as she put 100 per cent into the 30-second clip as she danced around her kitchen.
Despite having been busy filming her TV show from inside lockdown with fixed cameras in the house, Gemma showed other ways she's been keeping herself entertained.
Gemma captioned the video: "Guys look what isolation has got me doing! enjoy! #plentychallenge @br3nya'. "
Despite the temptation to lose motivation in lockdown, Gemma showed she's been keeping up her fitness regime.
She showed off her impressive weight loss as she modelled colourful tops from her clothing range.
The first picture showed the reality TV star wearing a bright blue and black snakeskin print top with a pair of white skinny jeans as she posed up a storm in her kitchen.
Sporting a seriously sleek hairdo, Gemma puts one hand on her hip and twiddles her blonde locks with the other as she pulls her best pout.
The Only Way Is Essex star shared an almost identical picture to her Instagram story, but this time she was wearing a pink version of the snazzy top.
Gemma has been working hard to maintain her continued weight loss since being in lockdown, and previously revealed she’d been using controversial weight loss injections.
Gemma plugged the £250 injections – which claim to suppress the appetite and helps the body turn stored fat into energy – on Instagram.
This week she opened up about an upsetting incident at the gym that could have knocked her confidence.
Gemma revealed she was filmed working out at the gym by nasty trolls, who then shared the footage online saying "look at this fat pig".
Speaking on the latest edition of her BBC show The Gemma Collins Podcast, she explained why workouts at the gym weren't for her any more.
She said: "I often go for walks but the newest thing I've done – and fallen in absolute love with it – is bike riding.
"I bought myself a bike in isolation and a helmet and I love it. It's built my confidence up because not everyone is confident to exercise.
"I've been in gyms before and people have recorded me on their mobile phones and uploaded it on Facebook and said: 'Look at this fat pig' which has been really traumatic for me to see."
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