Gemma Collins has been accused of faking her Dancing on Ice accident as a new slow motion video appears to show her taking a tumble on purpose.
The Towie star, 37, stunned viewers last night when she was seen falling face first onto the ice during her routine on the live show.
She wept as they judges handed out the scores and reportedly balled her eyes out backstage as she received treatment for her injured knee.
However, some viewers are not convinced the fall was genuine – and a new slowed down video appears to back up the theory.
In the replay, Gemma appears to bend forward before sliding onto her front.
Many fans on Twitter are convinced she hit the deck on purpose.
One wrote: "That fall looks fake to me!"
Another added: " Gemmacollins fall was more fake than her personality! She didn’t try to balance herself, didn’t wobble one bit, just straight down! Whoever bought that s**t – WAKE UP!"
A third wrote: "Should have been booked her for diving, biggest fake fall ever."
However, many fans were convinced she would not have been able to fake the fall – and she appeared to be leaning forward to stop herself falling backwards.
One tweeted: "Pretty sure she isn’t a trained stunt woman because that would have been the best “fake fall” I’ve ever seen!!…
"Bravo missgemcollins that weren’t no fake fall."
Another wrote :"People sayng Gemma Collins fall was fake, have you ever tried throwing yourself flat onto the ice like that?
"I do martial arts and we wouldn’t break fall like that, that was a fall that could have caused many injuries, I highly doubt it was fake!"
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