Gemma Collins' TV show therapy
Gemma Collins will undergo counselling for a new TV show, despite previously claiming she did not believe in therapy
Gemma Collins will undergo therapy for a new TV show.
The former 'TOWIE' star - who famously quit 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' just three days after entering the jungle last year - failed a psych test to return to the show and has decided to undergo a number of filmed counselling sessions.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Gemma has struggled to come to terms with lots of things and she thinks this will be a great way to move on. It's not just a TV show to her. She wants to lift the lid on underlying issues and confront them."
Gemma's decision to undergo therapy on TV comes as a surprise, after she previously insisted it was not for her.
She said: "I don't believe in therapy. Designing a dress, going to meetings, keeping busy - it's like my therapy."
And while Gemma, 34, is set to uncover her issues on the new programme, she has insisted that people should "get over" her decision to quit 'I'm A Celeb'.
Speaking on spin-off show 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now', she said: "Look guys. I just couldn't do it and everyone needs to get over it. I'm so over it. I don't think I'll ever go back in there to be honest."