Gemma Collins wants to go back into the jungle

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 13 May 2015
Gemma Collins

Gemma Collins

Gemma Collins wants the chance to go back on 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' to prove herself after changing her life with hypnotherapy

Gemma Collins would "one million percent" say yes if she was offered the chance to go back on 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' in the future.

The 'TOWIE' star quit the jungle reality show after just three days last year and later cited problems in her personal life for antics in the outback.

Gemma says the girl she was is now gone due to hypnotherapy she has received to try and lose weight and the bubbly blonde is ready to show she can handle the the pressure of the programme.

When asked if she would ever return to the 'I'm A Celebrity...' jungle, she replied: "One million percent yes, if I was ever given the opportunity ... I look back and part of the hypnotherapy I had made me realise that that girl isn't there any more."

Gemma recently went to see hypnotist Robert Hisee on the recommendation of her former 'The Only Way Is Essex' co-star Sam

Faiers to help her lose weight.

The 34-year-old reality star - who is rumoured to be going on 'Celebrity Big Brother' this summer - insists a two-hour session with Robert totally transformed her relationship with food and has changed her life for the better.

During an appearance on 'This Morning', Gemma - who has shed three stone so far - said: "I have tried every diet out there, there is nothing I haven't done. And I believed that this guy could potentially help me - he'd worked with Sam before (on her trichotillomania issue) and I didn't realise, but I was obsessed with food. Life always revolved around food and eating - before I'd leave the house, I'd be, like, 'Where am I having lunch, where am I having dinner?' There was no brain space in my head that didn't allow me not to think about food ... The next day I woke up and I believe I got my life back and I got me back ... I went through such dark times last year. Through trauma, food became my crutch - and this has been the only thing that has been successful for me. He's done something to my mind. It's all to do with the subconscious mind. Our mind is such a powerful tool ... I don't think people use them enough. I owe my life to this man."

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