The TOWIE star made her highly-anticipated return in an extravagant pink fairy dress as she featured in Ray Quinn’s performance.
Ray, who won the show back in 2009 and became champion of champions in 2014, took to the ice for a festive spectacular.
Towards the end of the routine, Gemma was revealed as she wore the frilly dress, stood in the middle and waved her wand around.
She then skated around waving her wand.
She ruined last year’s show as well as ruining Ray Quinn’s performance.
Viewers weren’t impressed and insisted Gemma “ruined” Ray’s routine.
One person said on Twitter: “Gemma had to ruin Ray’s return didn’t she.”
Another wrote: “Why did Gemma Collins have to come back for #dancingonice. She ruined last year’s show as well as ruining Ray Quinn’s performance.”
Gemma had to ruin Ray’s return didn’t she. #DancingOnIce
— Jack Pickering (@PickoMotorsport) December 22, 2019
Why did Gemma Collins have to come back for #dancingonice. She ruined last years show as well as ruining Ray Quinn’s performance
— Connor Derbyshire (@ConnorDerbyshi7) December 22, 2019
A third tweeted: “Just caught a bit of #DancingOnIce. Great routine by Ray Quinn, but why on earth was Gemma Collins there?”
Just caught a bit of #DancingOnIce. Great routine by Ray Quinn, but why on earth was Gemma Collins there?
— Sharon (@see75) December 22, 2019
Others were thrilled to have Gemma back on the ice.
One added: “Queen Gemma Collins returning to the ice and waving her magic wand around, love her.”
Another said: “I just love Gemma #dancingonice.”
One gushed: “I couldn’t LOVE @missgemcollins any more.”
— Jack Lloyd🎄 (@jacklloyd_01) December 22, 2019
I just love Gemma 😂😂😂😂 #dancingonice
— 💀 (@hollyoa64682494) December 22, 2019
— Lily Hymes (@lilyhymes) December 22, 2019
Meanwhile during the Christmas special, Gemma admitted she thought she DIED when she fell over on the ice earlier this year.
During one of her performances, the star fell face first onto the ice and it became one of the most talked about moments on the show.
Last night, recalling the fall, she told hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield: “I remember thinking, ”I’m nearly at the end, I haven’t fallen yet, this is a miracle, maybe I’ll stay in for one more week.
“I got so excited, I just went too over the top with my movement, which you’re not allowed to do in ice skating and my toe pick got caught – and bang.
“I thought I was dead. I literally thought I was dead.”
She added: “And [her pro partner] Matt [Evers] was going, ‘Get up! Get up! Get up!’
“And then I just got up and I was just like, ‘Oh no, my life’s over.'”
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