Gemma Collins looks slimmer than ever in floral dress as she teases new TV show | The Sun

SLIMMER than ever Gemma Collins stunned in a floral dress as she teased her upcoming debut on The Big Breakfast.

The show, a Channel 4 hit for 20 years, has finally returned to TV after dominanting Saturday mornings in the 90s.

Mo Gilligan and AJ Odudu will host four Saturday summer episodes of the show after a one-off edition last year proved to be a winner.

And Gemma, 41, is set to bring her diva charm to viewers this weekend.

She looked gorgeous for her appearance, slipping into a lilac floral dress with sequins and tassles.

The star showed off her incredible figure after turning to exercise over the past two years and shedding over three stone.

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The Big Breakfast will run from 10am until 12.30pm on Saturday mornings, with three episodes left.

The show – broadcast from a house in Potters Bar, Herts – had a bumper line-up of guests for the first show.

It launched with a big announcement from Love Island pair Davide and Ekin-Su and had interviews with Oscar winner Daniel Kaluuya, former Big Breakfast host Denise Van Outen and boxer David Haye.

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Fans were also amused by a video interview with a tired Rita Ora where she complained about a "dusty apple" – only to be told it was a peach.

Many loved to see it back on screens last week, with one tweeting: "So cool to see #BigBreakfast back on tele! Childhood nostalgia is flashing through my eyes. AJ Odudu is such a vibe."

Another agreed: "How good is #bigbreakfast but I always think I’m going to school wen watching this."

However, some said they couldn't stand the shouting from the hosts on the show – and insisted they'd been forced to switch off.

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One tweeted: "Ok so I lasted 2 mins into the new #bigbreakfast and had to turn it off, why all the shouting on a Saturday morning?!"

Another wrote: "5 mins in to the new @bigbreakfastC4 and had to switch off.. why are they all screaming and shouting ?? shut up at this time of the day."

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