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After her traumatic time in ‘I’m A Celebrity’, which she was forced to pull out of after just three days, GC is now back where she belongs, at the centre of the drama in Essex, and it doesn’t take her long to lock horns with Ferne McCann.
The two got involved in a heated row at the end of the last series of ‘TOWIE’ last month, and it would appear they’ve still not made up, with Gemma angrily telling Ferne: “I hope Santa brings you a sack of morals this year because you need it.”
Things don't stay jovial for long between Gemma and Ferne
Yup, it definitely didn’t take her much to get back into the swing of things.
Arguments aside, the rest of the ‘TOWIE’ cast decide to do their bit for charity, and put on a Nativity scene, organised by Diags, which features the rather unorthodox casting of a dog in the role of baby Jesus.
The 'TOWIE' Nativity
A wise man in ‘TOWIE’ is, admittedly, hard to come by, but Dan Osborne does his best, while Debbie Douglas and Ricky Rayment play shepherds.
And speaking of Ricky, he’s obviously been keeping busy since his split from Jessica Wright last series, and is seen heading into the recording studio to put down vocals on his debut single in ‘The Only Way Is Essexmas’.
You're too late for Band Aid 30, Ricky. Sorry...
Clear that no. 70 space in the Christmas charts is all we can say.
Catch all the festive action as it unfolds in ‘The Only Way Is Essexmas’, airing on Wednesday, 10 December at 10pm on ITVBe.