Gemma Collins shows off her singing skills as she performs karaoke and drinks wine in lockdown

GEMMA Collins proved she is a lady of many talents, showing off her impressive singing skills during a home karaoke performance.

The 40-year-old belted out the lyrics to Tina Turner's classic tune River Deep, Mountain High.

The Essex star then popped open a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc as she kicked off her evening of entertainment in lockdown.

The self-confessed diva shared a clip of her performing the 1966 smash hit, writing: "Lockdown life!!!!"

The former Towie star then posted a snap of a bottle of wine, admitting it has been her "saviour".

This isn't the first time that Gemma has showed off her impressive set of lungs, belting out Hey Big Spender at a garden party last year.

The star wowed the audience with the Shirley Bassey classic treating fans to her rarely-heard singing voice.

Gemma recently revealed that she "broke down in tears" after watching old videos of parties from before the pandemic.

The reality star told her fans that she was in floods of tears waiting to hear Prime Minister Boris Johnson's roadmap out of lockdown after a difficult year.

Gemmasaid she was desperate for things to "return to normal" and "get her roots dyed" as she spent the day reminiscing about life pre-pandemic.

Taking to social media, she said: "Guys I've had to come on here, I've been reduced to tears.

"Reminiscing what life was like before the pandemic – the videos, the memories, the parties.

"I've been crying my eyes out but happy tears, it's all going to come back."

The TV star said that she's been reduced to using filters on social media to hide her dark roots.

She added: "I've had to use a filter, the hair is black, no massages, no facials. I mean things are bad guys. I'm just hoping Boris is going to give us some good news.

"I hate to admit this – I just long for the day when we can all get back to normal life and I don't have to use this butterfly filter anymore, because the hair will be done, everything is going to be done."

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