Gemma Collins slams Jason Gardiner before revealing post-Dancing on Ice plans

Gemma Collins has revealed what she may do after Dancing on Ice, but was not impressed by Jason Gardiner’s harsh comments.

The GC amazed fans with her golden performance on Sunday’s opener of the series, as she shook her stuff on the ice to Beyonce’s Crazy in Love.

She and partner Matt Evers dropped to the ice to do the splits, to do some sexy rolling and even some hair flicks, though one of her flourishes sadly set Gemma a little off course.

But her booty popping did not impress Jason, the mean judge who accused the TOWIE star of being "all talk," and not having the skill to back up her bravado.

In response to this, Gemma chatted to This Morning’s Kem Cetinay, saying she "doesn’t care," as she has plans for after the show which are more important.

She said: "Come on, let’s bring it on, let’s do some more [skating.]"

On Jason’s thoughts, she said: "You know what? Do I really care? I’m the GC babydoll!

"I’m doing it for all the curvy girls out there, who thought they couldn’t ever ice skate. I’m gonna set up and ice skating dancercise class!"

She then had another word for Jason as she slapped her booty, saying it’s for Jason, before she became a little uncertain on the ice again and had to grab her partner for stability.

After her performance last night, Jason told Gemma the dance reminded him of a "French and Saunders parody".

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He said: "You talk a big talk but you don’t back it up. It reminded me of a French and Saunders parody. This was uncomfortable to watch. You haven’t got any technique."

Speaking to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield after the performance, Gemma admitted: "I got a bit carried away in the end, because I did a head flick, I wasn’t meant to do it…"

Sadly she didn’t do anywhere near as well as James Jordan, who scored almost double her score with a staggering 30.5 in the first week of the competition.

Dancing on Ice continues on Sunday at 6pm on ITV.

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