Christopher Dean makes thinly-veiled dig at Gemma Collins over 'diva' behaviour


Kerry Katona has warned Gemma Collins to stay away from her ex-husband Brian McFadden on Dancing On Ice, where they are both appearing as contestants.

Dancing On Ice continues tonight on ITV at 6pm.

Speaking in a new interview with The Mirror, the 37-year-old skating contestant - who is partnered with pro Matt Evers - said: "I've been told on the rumour mill that Phil and Holly have been told off, but a public apology would go a long way. We need to find the culprit responsible for giving them this false information".

The TOWIE star did not stop there and has also asked Love Island star Kem Cetinay, 22, to also apologise.

The TV duo - who also present the ITV skating show - had expressed their surprise after Gemma had left Sunday night's live show early as she was exhausted, but Gemma insisted that they were given the wrong information and would like a public apology.

Her comments are a reaction to Holly and Phil criticising her behaviour on the show after reports she was late to rehearsals and kept everyone waiting - a story the reality star has denied.

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This comes after Holly and Phil blasted her for supposedly slacking off during rehearsals.

Explaining Gemma's excuse for her behaviour, Kem said: 'I think, she says it's not Gemma Collins, that's The GC'.

"What I would say to Gemma is, you signed up for this".

"But I think there has to be a bit of professionalism that comes into any work you do, just a bit of pride in your work".

Speaking to The Sun, he said: "I can always see who's lazy. Gemma is lazy. She doesn't look like her heart is in it at all".

"When I grew up people were bloody good at what they did". "If you really want people to see a different side of you, this is a great opportunity to do that, rather than saying, "This is too uncomfortable for me, I'm not the star attraction any more, I'm bored" then quit". "Now we celebrate mediocre in this country".