Gemma Collins would love to land a Christmas Number One single.
The reality TV star has stepped into the recording booth to perform a cover of "Everybody's Free to Feel Good" by Rozalla to hype up MTV's new reality show "ReFreshers Week presented by Strongbow".
Revealing her musical ambitions, Gemma said: "I've come out of my mother's you-know-what singing"... I would like to do an album, I would like a Christmas number one, I'm not gonna lie."
The 37-year-old star - who made her name on "The Only Way Is Essex" - attended the Sylvia Young stage school when she was younger, and she was refreshing her passion as part of a campaign from Strongbow.
The competition will see people have the chance of heading to the company's UK brand Facebook or Twitter, commenting or replying to the pinned post with a favourite memory using @StrongbowUK #RefreshYourStatus - and the most special will be relived for the winner.
Gemma loved being back with a microphone, and joked it even topped her embarrassing Teen Awards tumble.
She added: "Stepping up to the mic was... a big moment for me. Almost as big as when I fell off the stage at the Teen Awards."
Gemma is involved in "ReFreshers", which will see eight "students" embark on a journey discovering new places and trying out some challenges laid on by a star-studded cast of celebrity guests.
The star becomes a university lecturer professor of sorts, as she is the subject of a presentation in one of the tasks.
"ReFreshers Week presented by Strongbow" launches on Monday 24th September at 10pm on MTV.