Gemma Collins arrives to record her Christmas single

Gemma Collins flaunts her signature curves in sparkly loungewear as she arrives to record her Christmas single with Darren Day in west London

She’s set to take on the festive charts with her first ever Christmas single.

So it was no surprise that Gemma Collins was in high spirits as she arrived at Matrix Music Studios in Fulham to record the track on Wednesday.

The star, 39, proudly flaunted her three stone weight loss in sparkly silver loungewear and a pink bobble hat as she reunited with Darren Day to record their Christmas song.

Jovial: Gemma Collins, 39, was in high spirits as she arrived at Matrix Music Studios in Fulham to record her Christmas single on Wednesday

Gemma cut a stylish figure as she strutted into the music studio, after opting for the comfy co-ords with silver threaded embroidery.

The star wrapped up in a baby pink faux fur coat and black trainers as she bumped elbows with Darren while maintaining social distancing outside the studio.

Gemma was joined by her proud mum Joan as she exited the music studio after recording her song, which will be released in the hope she can earn the coveted Christmas number one.

Back together: The star proudly flaunted her three stone weight loss in sparkly silver loungewear and a pink bobble hat as she reunited with Darren Day


Cosy: Gemma battled the chilly weather in a pale pink faux fur coat and a matching bobble hat as she arrived to record the single

Back together: The pair bumped elbows before heading into the studio, ensuring they adhered to social distancing rules

Stylish: The star opted for sparkly silver loungewear as she headed into the studio in west London


Looking good: Gemma proudly displayed her three stone weight loss in the laid-back ensemble, opting for the comfy silver top and matching trousers

She previously revealed plans to record the single with her Celebrity Big Brother housemate Darren, and earlier this week shared a glimpse of the pair’s cover of Baby It’s Cold Outside.

Taking to Instagram Gemma wrote: ‘SENTIMENT at this time of the year is very much needed! The MAGIC of Christmas�� and everyone needs a MIRACLE right now!!!!

‘So myself and @darrendayofficial are making a CHARITY single for @iokn2bok20 for mental health and addiction ! ❤️ sending love and support to everyone who is struggling right now ❤️

‘you never know we could get this amazing Christmas fun loving filled heart warming song to NUMBER ONE �� #themagicofchristmas’.

Exciting: Gemma previously revealed plans to record the single with Darren, and earlier this week shared a glimpse of the pair’s cover of Baby It’s Cold Outside

Determined: This will be the star’s first attempt to top the charts during the Christmas season

Festive miracle? She wrote on Instagram: ‘you never know we could get this amazing Christmas fun loving filled heart warming song to NUMBER ONE �� #themagicofchristmas’

Family: During the recording Gemma was also joined by her mum Joan, donning a face mask as she left the studio

Venture: Gemma and Darren’s single will raise money for the mental health charity It’s OK not to be OK

Low-key: Darren cut a dapper figure in khaki green trousers with a black blazer and a matching waistcoat

The star went onto joke: ‘I will have to throw in somewhere I’M CLAUSTROPHOBIC DARREN!!!!! It’s not perfect yet but practice makes perfect!!!! #imclaustrophobicdarren’. 

Gemma and Darren’s single will raise money for the mental health charity It’s OK not to be OK.

The star was originally set to release a single last year with the help of producer Naughty Boy, the pair’s conflicting schedules meant the plans were put on hold.

Naughty told The Sun in July: ‘I love the GC. I was going to do something with her as she can sing, but I have my priorities.

‘I think she has potential but it has to come from her. I wish her all the best with it.’ 

Pushed back: Gemma was originally set to release a single last year with the help of producer Naughty Boy, the pair’s conflicting schedules meant the plans were put on hold

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