BBC Radio 1 launches The Gemma Collins Podcast
Gemma Collins has teamed up with BBC Radio 1 on a brand new podcast which launches on BBC Sounds on Wednesday 14 August
Episode 1 of The Gemma Collins Podcast is available now on BBC Sounds, with new episodes available every Wednesday
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The Gemma Collins Podcast will offer an intimate, no-holds barred look inside the life of The GC, with plenty of candid chat, laughs and insider gossip direct from the Essex diva herself.
Gemma, who hails from Romford, sprung into the public eye back in 2011 after appearing on reality series The Only Way Is Essex. Gemma quickly gained scores of fans thanks to her no-nonsense attitude and entertaining personality, not to mention her love of glamourous make-up and bronzed skin.
With a new episode landing on BBC Sounds every Wednesday, the podcast will allow fans to hear Gemma as they’ve never heard her before. Listeners are invited to share in the drama and excitement of Gemma’s day-to-day, as guest appearances from those closest to her provide an honest insight into what her life is like behind closed doors.
Gemma will also take on the role of agony aunt to those in need, as she answers listeners’ questions and tackles their life dilemmas each week. Every episode will end on a high as Gemma shares her very best nuggets of wisdom with the world.
Available now on BBC Sounds, the first episode of The Gemma Collins Podcast delves into the many facets of Gemma’s life, from her interest in spirituality and nature to her most memorable fake tan mishaps. She opens up about what it’s really like to film reality TV, and reveals what she got up to during her recent trip to America once the cameras were off.
Episode 1 of The Gemma Collins Podcast is available now on BBC Sounds, with new episodes available every Wednesday.
The Gemma Collins Podcast is a Wisebuddah production for Radio 1 and BBC Sounds. It was commissioned for BBC Sounds by Radio 1’s Commissioning Executive for Podcasts, Louise Kattenhorn.
Source BBC Radio 1
August 14, 2019 5:36am ET by BBC Radio 1