Excited Gemma Collins announces Diva Forever is back for two series this year

Gemma Collins was super excited to announce that reality show Diva Forever is returning for another two series this year.

The self-proclaimed Diva, 38, was thrilled to share the long-awaited news with Instagram fans earlier this morning after her reality show proved to be a success with the last series.

Gemma, who found fame on Towie in 2011, wrote alongside a promo video: "INTERNATIONAL BABY. I'm so excited to tell you DIVA is back baby this year for TWO MORE SERIES!!!!!!!"

She asked her avid followers for suggestions on where to film next having visited Los Angeles in her last series.

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The GC continued: "Woo hoo woo hoo woo hoo… so what would you like to see in the next series… comment below and please share your excitement for this. I'm literally so excited… where shall I go next?"

One fan recommended she visit Dubai, while another begged for Vegas and New York, and a third asked her to travel to Egypt.

In the trailer Gem is seen hitting up Beverly Hills in her jet-setting lifestyle.

While visiting some of the famous hot spots, she gets excited as she realises people know who she is.

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The GC tells members of the public she's from England, but is told off by pal and American TV personality Jonathan Cheban for "yapping" at her fans.

The hit new series could show Gemma's new lifestyle after the star said she'd turn vegan in the new year.

She has vowed to live a meatless life as she gives her diet a vegan overhaul and hopes to reap the benefits of healthier living.

While the exact air date of the TV show is unknown, Diva Forever will return sometime this year.

However a rep for ITV has been contacted by Mirror Online for comment.

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