Gemma Collins shows off curves in swimsuit and declares ’This is me’

Gemma Collins has showed off her curves in a sexy swimsuit, and declared ‘this is me’ to all the haters.

The TOWIE star wrote out the lyrics to This Is Me – the empowering anthem from The Greatest Showman.

And alongside the lyrics, she shared a snap of herself in a fluorescent pink swimsuit from behind showing off her peachy bum.

Sitting on a bench, she looks confident and happy as she looks to the left and strikes a pose.

She wrote: ‘When the sharpest words wanna cut me down.

‘I’m gonna send a flood, gonna drown them out, I am brave, I am bruised, I am who I’m meant to be, this is me.

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‘Look out ’cause here I come, And I’m marching on to the beat I drum.

‘I’m not scared to be seen, I make no apologies, this is me.’

Fans went wild for Gemma’s confident snap, with one saying: ‘You go girl!’

Another added: ‘You look incredible babe!’

Gemma has become a huge advocate for body confidence in plus-size women, but she found herself in hot water recently over accusations she photoshopped her head onto a model’s body for her plus-size range.

The Daily Star reported that model – Katie Green – was ‘furious’ her body had been used to sell The Only Way Is Essex star’s dresses.

A source told the paper: ‘She’s furious and thinks it’s a total infringement. It’s a terribly bad photoshop. A child could see it’s a fake.

‘You can tell they’ve just stuck Gemma’s head on Katie’s body.’ Eeek!

One photo – which was originally posted on womenswear website Fashion Book – sees Kate posing in a blue ruffled dress, while a very similar shot was also shared on 37-year-old Gem’s Twitter account advertising the outfit.

Both ladies can be seen with their arms and legs being held in exactly the same position.

Gemma has since apologised for the mistake saying: ‘Literally, I have not been in this country a lot. At the beginning of the year I was filming in America, I’ve been toing and froing from Spain filming, I’ve been here, there and everywhere.

‘My company only works with me in the dresses. The women like to see me in the clothes. I stupidly said “photoshop my head. We are entitled to use those images”.’

Admitting she’d not been aware of issues with any ‘copyright problems’, Gemma continued: ‘It was something silly I done. I never meant to cause anyone any upset or any offence.

‘So, I apologise to anyone now who was offended. I won’t be making that mistake again.’

Oh Gem!

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