Danielle Armstrong sorry for Gemma Collins fat jibe
- Bang Showbiz
- 14 March 2014
Danielle Armstrong has apologised for calling Gemma Collins a "fat silly bitch" in a heated argument on 'TOWIE'
Danielle Armstrong has apologised for calling Gemma Collins a "fat silly bitch".
'The Only Way is Essex' star regrets her choice of words during a heated argument with the curvy 33 year old in Wednesday night's (12.03.14) episode of the ITV2 reality show and is "embarrassed" by her comments.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz at the premiere of 'The Stag' in London's Leicester Square last night (13.03.14), she said: "What I said about Gemma's weight, I shouldn't have said. It was one of those moments in a big row and you just say the worst thing and I was really, really angry. I really regret that.
"I was actually really embarrassed when I watched it back last night."
The blonde stars got into a foul-mouthed argument after Gemma and pal Bobby Norris told Danielle her boyfriend James Lock had cheated on her.
Despite being sorry about the weight jibe, Danielle says she stands by her other comments in the explosive scenes.
She added: "Apart from that, everything else she deserved. I think it will be awkward next time we see her."
Danielle has resolved her relationship problems with Lockie, who joined her at the event and insisted all is well.
He said: "We are all good now. A lot of the people who are in relationships on the show are insecure anyway, and then in 'TOWIE', when they touch upon it, their relationship crumbles."
Gemma threw a drink over Lockie after he confronted her about the cheating scandal, and he thinks the former 'Splash!' contestant is too nosy.
He said: "I think Gemma is just a busy person, she just likes to involve herself in things, when really she needs to slow down."
Danielle, meanwhile, has defended Bobby for telling her about Lockie's suspected cheating, but admits she is upset with him and Gemma for not standing by her.
She explained: "I have no problem with Bobby ... at the end of the day he was just trying to elevate the problem. To me, he was doing what any other person would do in that situation. But I was just annoyed when they didn't support me in my decision when I said I chose to believe James, and I found that annoying."