Gemma Collins has revealed Dancing on Ice judge Jason Gardiner would not even "look at her" after their furious fight on the ice.
The TOWIE star accused the judge of "selling stories" on her during the third week of the competition, which he vehemently denied.
The pair ended up shouting each other down in a vicious argument, and she has now admitted things are still a little awkward between them.
Gemma told Good Morning Britain’s Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid: "What was weird, in rehearsal he wouldn’t look at me, he turned this way.
"I thought ‘Oh no not this again’, lets move on from it. I find him very amusing, I think he does it [makes harsh comments] to get me going a bit but it also drives me on.
"The more his comments are awful about me the more I want to prove him wrong."
Gemma tried her best to improve by upping her training regime, however sadly things were derailed when, in the competition’s fourth week, she fell to the ice head first, injuring her knees badly.
This set her back two days as the pain stopped her from training for quite a while, and sadly she doesn’t think she will be able to get good enough to take the win.
She said: "I actually think James Jordan will win the show and I know there’s been so much controversy around him.
"Yeah, he’s a trained dancer, but he hasn’t put skates on his feet before and yesterday was absolutely beautiful."
The GC has been followed by drama throughout her time on the show, first when she was accused of napping backstage and leaving early.
She denied these rumours, as she was also accused of "threatening to quit" the show, but she’s held fast to her position, despite angering one of the judges in the following episode.
In the fourth week of the show she had her surprise tumble, before crying hysterically after an error-filled routine in yesterday’s show.
Dancing on Ice airs Sundays at 6pm and Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.
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