Gemma Collins says she’s stopped taking skinny jabs and accepts her weight as she leads red carpet at Cirque du Soleil – The Sun

GEMMA Collins has revealed she’s stopped taking skinny jabs and now accepts her weight as she leads stars on the red carpet at Cirque du Soleil.

The 38-year-old has been taking £250 weight loss jabs to make herself slimmer since last year.

But tonight she told The Sun Online she's no longer actively trying to lose weight after shedding three stone.

Gemma proudly said about her body: "Honey, I don't need to change a thing. I'm quite happy as I am.

"This year is all about positivity and work."

"The skinny jabs are good, but I haven't had a minute to take them recently. It's all good."

EastEnders hardman Danny Dyer and Gavin and Stacey star Joanna Page joined Gemma and a whole host of stars at London's Cirque du Soleil extravaganza.


Hosted at the Royal Albert Hall, LUZIA launches audiences into a world of fun and fantasy.

Fresh from filming on Albert Square as pub landlord Mick Carter, Danny arrived cuddling up to his wife Joanne Mas as they enjoyed a rare night out together.

Joanna also brought her husband James Thorton along for the experience following the huge success of Gavin and Stacey's return at Christmas.

It was a family affair for Myleene Klass and partner Simon Motson who brought their new baby son Apollo.

Lizzie Cundy, Ashley James, Denise van Outen and Dr Ranj Singh were also all in attendance.








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They were there to watch new show LUZIA, which combines hoop diving – a traditional circus discipline from China – and two giant treadmills for daring leaps at added speed.

There will be surrealistic animals of all sizes being welcomed on stage and water will bring something special to the acrobatics in never-before-seen stunts.

Throughout the show, audiences will venture all across the world, from the ocean, to the semi-desert to an undersea world to a cenote to the jungle to a city alleyway to a dance salon.

It also effortlessly transitions from the natural world, past to present and between tradition and modernity.

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