Gemma Collins wows in floor-sweeping sequin dress amid ‘diva moment’

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Gemma Collins was glowing with confidence while running errands in London over the weekend.

The former TOWIE babe, 39, was papped getting into a cab in the empty city on Saturday after leaving a plush hotel.

Gem appears to be in central London ahead of filming for her ITVBe series Diva Forever.

She looked outstanding in a teal blue gown which clung to her slimmer frame.

Gemma paired the beautiful maxi dress with a pair of strappy low-heel sandals and wore her bleach blonde locks in subtle waves.

Gemma Collins looked incredible in a teal blue gown
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The self-proclaimed diva was all smiles as she made her way to the car which was parked outside of the building.

In true GC style, the reality star turned around and did a peace sign to her fans before making her way back home.

Over on her Instagram, the TV star lived up to her diva status while staying at the hotel.

She did a peace sign at the camera
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She forced her assistant to push her around on a luggage trolley after she refused to walk.

Gem demanded to be paraded around the hotel during her stay.

After admitting that work has made her exhausted recently, Gem insisted that her legs can't take anymore walking, forcing her assistant to pick up the pieces.

She posed in the glitzy gown for her fans
(Image: The BC/GoffPhotos.com)

Laying down on the luggage cart, The GC told fans: "Guys, I'm having a diva moment. I've been working 24/7, round the clock. I refuse to walk. I cannot walk anymore."

Gemma is looking great after losing three stone, and she just keeps getting better and better.

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