Gemma Collins makes stylist smell her 'stinky' vagina

Gemma Collins reached new levels of diva when she forced her stylist to sniff her hand after itching her ‘stinky’ vagina.

The Towie star complained that her crotch ‘smelled like bread’ after a long day of wearing ‘cheap knickers’ while working at a photoshoot in Manchester.

In the latest episode of Diva Forver, she was seen lying on a bed before lifting her leg up and saying: ‘My vagina is on fire man. Sorry I’ve got to air it. I’ve got to itch it sorry.’

The GC’s stylist Lucas helpfully offered to get some ice (what a saint), as she told the cameras: ‘No, I feel like I’m getting an infection.’

Ever the professional, Lucas replied smoothly: ‘It’s the yeast, we need some Canesten.’

Collins – who once claimed she was too ‘diva’ to open her own door – seemed to like this idea and yelled to the crew: ‘Can we get a runner to go out and get me some Canesten?’

Shell-shocked viewers flocked to Twitter to talk about what they’d just witnessed and presumably to confirm it wasn’t all a bizarre dream.

‘I can’t believe Gemma Collins has just scratched and sniffed her vag on tv,’ one fan wrote.

‘Gemma Collins describing her yeast infection. “Smells like bread” woman’s got zero filter and it’s f***ing brilliant,’ another added.

Others were less impressed however, with one user questioning if we actually ‘needed to see that scene’.

‘Gemma Collins just made her stylist smell her hand after fanning and feeling her vagina… on tv. Did anyone acc need that scene?’ they asked.

Elsewhere in the episode, the meme sensation revealed her boyfriend James ‘Arg’ Argent called her a ‘fat joke’ – prompting fans to beg her to dump him.

‘He says to me I’m a fat joke and a car crash,’ she told Dawn Ward on Diva Forever.

‘He says to me “You’re only famous because you’re a fat joke.” You’re the fat girl that everyone laughs at.’

Diva Forever airs Wednesdays at 9pm on ITVBe. 

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