Gemma Collins has announced the launch of a new Christmas single alongside Darren Day in the hope of spreading some festive cheer.
The 39-year-old TOWIE star took to social media on Friday to urge fans to pre-order her festive song ahead of its official release.
Sharing the exciting new with her 2million Instagram followers, the blonde bombshell explained that she wanted to do something ‘fun and fabulous’ and what’s even better is that its for charity.
The artwork is also adorned with snowflakes and stars to add a touch of festive glam to the single.
“I am SO EXCITED to let you know that my Christmas song is now on PRE – ORDER ! On SPOTIFY AMAZON and ITUNES,” Gemma wrote.
“I hope you love it as much as me and I’m claustrophobic Darren @darrendayofficial!!
She continued: “I wanted to do something fun and fabulous for you all for charity as it’s been a tough year for all, I hope this spreads some cheer and warmth in your hearts head over to my story to pre order !!!!! X and thank you @rebelrecs for your incredible encouragement.”
Gemma’s friends and fans have flocked to the comment section to share their excitement about the upcoming music release.
“Yes yes and yes to this banger!! X,” wrote one follower.
“Exactly what we need this Xmas time . People are gonna love it,” added TOWIE’s Charlie King.
A third added: “the Collab we never knew we needed.”
Gemma has actually had her sights set on a music career for quite sometime and was even meant to release a duet with Naughty Boy over the summer.
However, the artist pulled out of the agreement at the last minute meaning she never got the chance to get into the recording studio.
As well as her latest furore into music, Gemma has also been busy in the fashion world and is constantly promoting her latest collections.
Just yesterday, the reality star showed off a shimmery new bathrobe that is now available to buy.
Gemma gazed seductively at the camera as she modelled the glitzy item, which she argued was perfect for Christmas.
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