Gemma Collins confirms Dancing On Ice future after horror fall

Gemma Collins has confirmed that she WILL be returning to Dancing On Ice on Sunday.

The former TOWIE star suffered a huge fall on the ice last weekend, which saw her in a wheelchair earlier this week.

But the GC has revealed that she will be returning to the ITV show, despite her injuries, and has said that "nothing is going to stop" her.

She also revealed that her physio was going well and that she would be ok.

Gemma Collins confirms Dancing On Ice future after horror fall

Gemma Collins confirmed that she will be returning to the ice
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Gemma Collins confirms Dancing On Ice future after horror fall

She suffered a horror fall last Sunday
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Sharing a snap of herself in a pink puffer jacket, Gemma can be seen lying on the bed in the physio with her leg bandaged up.

Gemma seems to be in good spirits as she smiles behind her huge shades at the camera.

Gemma Collins confirms Dancing On Ice future after horror fall

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She wrote on Twitter : "Be back Sunday guys don’t worry nothing is going to stop me your support is overwhelming and keeping me going #nopainnogain @dancingonice physio is going well and will be ok."

The reality star shocked viewers when she faceplanted the ice towards the end of her skating routine and later revealed the extent of her horrific injuries.

Gemma was left in tears after the fall which has left her with swollen and bruised knees, but still managed to get her best score from the judges to date.

Gemma Collins confirms Dancing On Ice future after horror fall

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Gemma Collins confirms Dancing On Ice future after horror fall

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The 37-year-old posted a snap of her boyfriend James ‘Arg’ Argent in bed with the caption "day off with my number 1 fan", after her professional partner Matt Evers confirmed that the TOWIE star would miss rehearsals to recover.

"Gemma will miss rehearsals today, and we’ll see how she is tomorrow. Her knees were banged up, she was in a really bad way," Matt told the Sun Online .

He stood up for his celebrity partner as people took to social media to mock the fall, as Gemma was left devastated feeling she had "let him down".

He added: "Gemma was really upset, we hugged it out. She felt she had let me down, but not at all. She was a true star the way she picked herself up and finished the routine."

*Dancing On Ice airs Sundays at 6pm on ITV

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