Gemma Collins drowned out by title music at the end of ITV Lorraine interview

Gemma Collins was savagely drowned out by title music at the end of Lorraine today following a poignant discussion about her weight and battling the trolls.

The Towie favourite spoke following the ITV show’s interview with Jesy Nelson from Little Mix, which saw her open up about her depression battle and being on the receiving end of a torrent of online abuse.

But while Gemma was discussing her own weight loss and healthier lifestyle, it seems she went on a little too long and the title music for the show faded in and drowned her out.

The Towie favourite spoke following the ITV show’s interview with Jesy Nelson from Little Mix
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She said: “I feel a lot better. I think it’s about making smarter choices. It’s not so much about what you look like, it’s your health.

“You could be slimmer but you still could have a lot of visceral fat around your body so it’s just being more mindful about what you’re eating.”

Host Lorraine Kelly had to cut over her to end the interview.

Host Lorraine Kelly had to cut over her to end the interview
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The Scottish presenter said: “We are going to continue this conversation, we really are. But that’s all for today, Catherine Tyldesley tomorrow.”

A noticeably more relaxed Gemma, 38, made a mention of how she’d left her alter ego ‘The GC’ at home so she could be herself.

“This is Gemma, yes it is Lorraine,” she said.

Gemma, 38, made a mention of how she’d left her alter ego ‘The GC’ at home so she could be herself
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After discussing her new reality show Diva Forever she praised Jesy for bravely talking about her bullying hell, which led her to try and take her own life in 2013.

Gemma said: “I do have my insecurities. Seeing what Jesy went through I was crying this morning.

“She is absolutely beautiful. My hairs are standing on end over what she went through. A lot of us go through that in the public eye.

Jesy Nelson on Lorraine
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“We need to all stop using social media platforms until they make a change. They have the power to ban anyone who is trolling. It should be a supportive place.

“To think she was going to take her life is absolutely shocking and we must all support her and get behind this. We need to speak to Twitter , Instagram and Facebook as enough is enough.”

Lorraine airs weekdays from 8.30am on ITV.

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