Gemma Collins brutally mocked by both Phil and Holly as Dancing On Ice feud reignites

Dancing On Ice hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby both threw serious shade at the TOWIE star after her furious rant

Gemma Collins was brutally mocked by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby tonight as they reignited their Dancing On Ice feud.

The Dancing On Ice hosts both threw serious shade at the TOWIE star after her furious rant at Jason Gardiner.

Gemma Collins told the fiery judge “don’t sell stories on me” in furious rant during tonight’s live show.

The presenters, who Gemma also fell out with this week over her ‘diva’ antics, had to step in to stop the on air clash from escalating.

Holly and Phil then had a laugh at Gemma’s expense in separate incidents.

Holly poked fun at Gemma when introducing the next skater – Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton.

Holly said: “Well it is time for the final skating star of the night and it’s our Pussycat Doll.

Lets get the inside story as she skates to a song from West Side Story – nobody sold that story that’s for sure.”

Later on, Phil cracked a gag about Gemma’s lack of time training on the ice.

After her performance she claimed she had been so “upset” she hadn’t been able to practise much.

Phillip said: “Hopefully this week she will be able to put the time in.”

Gemma received the lowest score of the series so far but managed to escape the dance off.

The livid TOWIE star was labelled a ‘brat’ by Jason after she lost her temper with the judge for criticising her ‘diva’ antics in a brutal interview this week.

Jason claimed she was “channelling Marilyn [Monroe] but we ended up with Anna Nicole Smith”.

The reality TV star shouted: “Can I just say one thing. Maybe if you didn’t sell stories on me I wouldn’t be so upset this week – so take that

Gemma demanded an apology from presenters Phil and Holly after they questioned her professionalism live on This Morning this week.

Speaking to the Sunday Mirror, she said: “I’ve been told on the rumour mill that Phil and Holly have been told off, but a public apology would go a long way.

“I haven’t seen them yet – obviously I’ll see them at the studio, but I’d like an intervention before the show starts. We need to find the culprit responsible for giving them this false information.”

The pair failed to address the ‘diva’ scandal during tonight’s show but viewers noticed some tension.

*Dancing On Ice airs on Sunday nights on ITV at 6pm