Gemma Collins 'doesn't think game shows are for her' following The Weakest Link blunder

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Gemma Collins has joked that game shows aren't for her following her blunder on The Weakest Link.

The former TOWIE star appeared on the revamped quiz show, hosted by Romesh Ranganathan, last week and shocked viewers and her fellow contestants when she didn't know what twin beds were.

Gemma shared a clip of her mistake on Instagram on Wednesday and joked in the caption that game shows weren't her strongest suit.

"Highlight 2021 (raised hands emoji) I don't think game shows are for me IM ALL GAMED OUTTTT (wacky face emoji) #weakestlink," she wrote.

During the round, the reality star was asked, "In hotel accommodation, a twin room has how many beds?" and she gave the incorrect answer of one.

When asked to explain herself after the round finished, she told Romesh, "I only stay in suites or penthouses, so when I got asked that question - twin beds, double - I really didn't know the answer."

When the comedian suggested the word "twin" might have given her a hint, she admitted it didn't and added to her team, "Sorry guys."

The 40-year-old's post comes shortly after she confirmed to The Sunday Times that she was re-engaged to her boyfriend Rami Hawash after they rekindled their relationship earlier this year.

Explaining why she didn't announce it, she said, "We can't really come out and say anything yet because Ram was married before and his paperwork has not come through, so until that's officially signed, we've not said anything.

"They've not been together for two years. I know her, she's got a partner, she's as good as gold. There's a child involved, he's only three, obviously, I love him to death. But until that paperwork's signed I can't come out."

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