Gemma Collins is coming to Glitterbomb
The GC is on her way
The Only Way is Essex, I'm a Celeb, and Big Brother star is coming to Cambridge next week. Gemma Collins will be taking over Glitterbomb, Cambridge's biggest LGBTQ+ night at the university, on Tuesday 10th October. The night will be hosted at Kuda Cambridge, from 10pm.
The reality TV star has become an internet sensation, particularly over the summer, having featured on Celebrity Big Brother, becoming the muse of memers everywhere.
She'll be performing in a lip sync battle, with the Facebook event promising 'games' and 'story-telling'. She's been featuring in clubs around the UK, but is finally coming to grace The Bridge with her presence.
The Union may be hosting names like Anthony Scaramucci and Ian McKellen this term, but it seems like Life is going to eclipse the centuries old institution with this illustrious guest. Get your tickets here.
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