Gemma Collins buys leopard print grand piano and huge sparkly horse for new home
Speaking on BBC Sounds' The Gemma Collins Podcast, the 39-year-old The Only Way Is Essex alum spoke about how she has "had enough" of the national lockdown and is getting 'itchy feet".Gemma revealed: "I have been finding myself trying to keep as busy as I can in the days and I have watched so much TV and I am sick of it."
She added: "I'm sick of flicking through social media platforms."The GC also complained that she is tiring of being a support system for other people."I just can't be no one's pillar of strength anymore," she said. "I need them to be mine. I am absolutely pulling my hair out."
Gemma then gave advice to a listener in regards to decorating their home to be more fabulous and in the process discussed some of her own recent purchases."I always find, anyone doing home decor, do what you feel inside," opined Gemma."I've just bought a baby grand piano for my new home and I've had it done in leopard print, not brown and gold leopard print, I've had it done in a beautiful blue,gold, pink, red, oranges. headtopics.com
"I've got this whole piano that Elton John would love to get his hands on."She then revealed: "I have also bought a horse. Not a real life horse, a fake horse. It is probably two of me height-wise."Gemma also noted that "it is huge and it is white and it is glittery and I've had a huge pink saddle put on it.
"I know everyone is just going to be like 'What is that?' but I don't care."It's what I've picked, it's what I love and it's what I think is fabulous and is what I'm going to have in my home and it's going to look incredible."
The Diva Forever star also discussed her recent viewing habits and a comment from Jordan North on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! struck a chord."I was a little bit concerned when the lovely Jordan didn't know what the word reluctant meant," she amusingly revealed.
However, I'm A Celeb has put things into perspective for Gemma as they struggle with cold temperatures."I just keep thinking I shouldn't be moaning," she commented. Read more: Mirror Celeb »
Amanda Gorman calls on Americans to 'leave behind a country better than the one we were left' in powerful inauguration poem
Amanda Gorman, the nation's first-ever youth poet laureate, called for Americans Wednesday to 'leave behind a country better than the one we were left' and unify together as she spoke at President Joe Biden's inauguration.