Inside Gemma Collins incredible Essex house with ‘diva’ dining table, grey velvet sofas and HUGE bed

SHE is one of telly’s larger than life characters, so it’s no surprise that Gemma Collins lives in an amazing house.

The 37-year-old Dancing On Ice star moved into a new home in Essex last year and judging by pictures shared online, she’s wasted no time in giving it a diva make-over


Not surprisingly the place is very glamorous and the living room and kitchen area is full to the brim with fancy furniture.

Taking pride of place is a crushed velvet silver sofa, which the Towie star likes to get professionally cleaned.

The table in the kitchen features matching chairs, while the table cloth is silver and covered in stars.

Throughout the property there are parquet floors, with fluffy grey rugs in the living area

A number of pictures adorn her walls and there are large pink candles scattered about the place.

The reality star’s bed, from Sofa So Good, features a dramatic head board.

Other additions include a large white table with matching dining room chairs from Tides Home and Garden.

In true diva style, Gemma has a large wardrobe, which she regularly gets help sorting out.

The large room features rails and rails of clothes, as well as racks upon racks of shoes

Before getting a helping hand with the room, she revealed just how bad things had got.

She said: “I need to show everyone how bad my house has got, so out of control. If anyone is out there, help.

“Literally this is the severest situation I have ever been in in my life. I cannot move through bags, shoes, suitcases. I cannot even get in this room.

“I cannot get through my whole home

Meanwhile, Gemma has had a tough week on Dancing On Ice after she was accused of napping backstage and leaving the first live show early due to “boredom”.

She refused to take the rumours lying down and confronted her accusers on Sunday night live on air.

Yesterday she was seen leaving her home and putting the showdown behind her as she flipped a peace sign at waiting photographers.