TOWIE: Gemma Collins predicts co-stars will get engaged by Christmas

11:22 11 November 2012

Sam Faiers and Joey Essex

Sam Faiers and Joey Essex

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Gemma Collins believes her The Only Way Is Essex co-stars Sam Faiers and Joey Essex are going to get engaged.

Although the couple have been going through a “rocky patch” lately, their friend thinks they will get through it pretty soon and there could even be wedding bells ahead on TOWIE.

She said: “My good pals Sam Faiers and Joey Essex have been going through a bit of a rocky patch lately and were rowing over silly things.

“But they seemed back on track and were cuddling up at Sugar Hut in the season finale last week. I predict they’ll be engaged by Christmas.”

Gemma has also appealed for some of her TOWIE co-stars to land their own spin-off show.

She said: “Last week I had a lovely day with my friends the Wright family.

“Me, Jess, Carol, Big Mark and Nanny Pat all tucked into a roast dinner and chilled out watching TV. They’re like a second family to me and deserve their own spin-off show. I could be a special guest!”

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