Gemma Collins flaunts tiny waist and further weight loss on glam Dubai holiday

Gemma Collins has showed off her trim waist and further weight loss during her luxury break in Dubai.

The reality TV queen has lost three stone in body weight since last year, and is said to be wanting to shed another six stone in 2020.

Living it up on her sun-soaked trip abroad, Gemma, 39, looked the picture of confidence as she posed in a flattering maxi dress, showing off her very slender waist.

The telly personality accessorised with gold sunglasses and plenty of Versace jewellery as she partied it up during the lavish getaway.

The GC was glowing in the holiday snaps and sporting a healthy tan and freshly-dyed blonde locks after a recent makeover.

Gemma admitted she was feeling good in the snaps, writing: "Did someone say … LEAP YEAR this day doesn’t come for another 4 years so let’s make it COUNT."

The star's incredible shredding journey was kick-started by a now infamous stint on Dancing On Ice in January 2019.

"I'd be really happy if I lost six stone as that would bring me down to 12 stone and a size 16," the star said last October, having slimmed down from a 21 stone size 24.

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However, there's more to her new figure than diet and exercise, with Gemma also plugging controversial SkinnyJab appetite-suppressing injections.

"It's time to rein all the excesses in and get healthy again and @skinnyjab are going to help me do just that!" Gemma tweeted in June, admitting she'd been "indulging in fantastic food".

A three-week plan costs £250 with repeat injections priced at £135, and promises to reduce a patient's desire to eat in just three days.

However, Dr Sarah Jarvis, clinical director at, told The Sun that the programme should only be used by obese people or the seriously overweight.

"It clearly is not a ‘miracle cure’ – there really is no side-effect free miracle solution for obesity," she said.

"This injection should only be used under close medical supervision, in addition to effective diet and lifestyle changes.

"Like any other licensed drug, it has side effects – among the most common are feeling sick or being sick and diarrhoea."

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