Gemma Collins has lost two stone while competing on "Dancing on Ice".
The 37-year-old TV star - who is skating alongside pro partner Matt Evers in the competition - has shed several pounds after asking for double training sessions, according to the ice skater.
Matt told The Sun Online: "Gemma has lost two stone. She's incredible.
"She weighed herself last Thursday and came in and told us all the news on Saturday, saying, "It's official. I've lost two stone."
"She asked for double training sessions - she is on three hours on the ice. She gets there early and texts me saying, "Matt, where are you? I'm here." It's a different person.
"The body confidence is definitely there.
"She says she feels stronger, she can feel her core strength as we have started including a few sit ups and squats to warm up now too.
"There's an emotional transformation too, in all areas of her life."
While the bubbly blonde has been congratulated for her weight loss, there have been recent concerns that her blood sugar levels may have fallen too low.
The "Only Way is Essex" star - who stumbled during her routine with Matt on Sunday's (27.01.19) live show - reportedly thinks she fell face-first onto the ice because she momentarily lost consciousness after her blood sugar levels plummeted.
A source said: "Gemma had been wired up to a heart monitor before she went on stage.
"She believes she blacked out while she was skating, which is what caused her to crash into the ice.
"She didn't know what had happened when she got back up - her blood sugars were low and she didn't feel right.
"She is determined to make the show on Sunday despite the injury and is telling her friends, "I ain't giving up"."
Gemma had previously admitted she was "absolutely devastated and embarrassed" by the fall but couldn't wait to get back onto the ice.