Gemma Collins’ Dancing On Ice fall ’caused by ghost of Second World War RAF man’
Dancing on Ice reject Gemma Collins was so desperate to enchant judges after THAT fall that she called in a shaman.
The TOWIE star, who was booted out of the ITV contest on Sunday, had the rink “cleansed” after her spectacular fall two weeks ago.
And shaman Fire Horse believes Gemma, 38, struggled on the show because of bad energy due to the rink being on the former RAF Bovingdon base used by British and US pilots in the Second World War.
The Mystic, aka Sue Holmes from Worcestershire, believes Gemma was picking up on the airmen’s terror.
She said: “As a professional space clearing consultant, first of all I come and I sense the energies of the place.
“I asked people about the history and it had been a base during the war, an RAF base. There would have been a lot of fear.”
Sue did a ceremony, focusing on the spot where Gemma fell as the “earth energy” was not doing her any favours.
She brought in a table, lit candles and placed other objects to represent the elements on it to create a “focal point”.
She then used a drum for vibrations – handing Gemma a rattle filled with crystals to help her “cleanse her own negative experience”.
Sue said: “There were two lines of disharmonious land energy.
“They were crossing the ice rink. They actually crossed in the very place where the fall happened. So I used crystals at the healing point to harmonise that energy.”
Sue said Gemma left after scoring 15.5 in her last dance, because it was too late for her to improve against the stronger skaters.
Despite her exit, Gemma was in a positive place yesterday as she told ITV’s This Morning she has lost two and a half stone. She said: “I had about three tyres round my middle.
“But it never goes off my face, I think I need some sort of lifting surgery.”
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