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Gemma Collins to make pop debut with song about James Argent break-up drama

Gemma Collins is making her move to conquer the charts with a single debut, which we now know will be about her break-up drama with James Argent.

The GC – who has shown off her singing voice in the past – is collaborating with musician Naughty Boy on the new ballad 'Come Home'.

Opening up about working with the TOWIE star, Naughty Boy told The Sun: "She was born to sing, it's just that she's actually taken a different route with it.

"But I think Gemma is going to have one of the biggest songs of the year, I can say with my hand on my heart."

"I saw her and we had this instant synergy. That room at the Brits is full of superstars, but for me, Gemma was shining brighter.

"She sung me a part of 'Running', the Beyoncé song, and when she sung me that, I was thinking, 'This girl is actually a new personality. '

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"When people hear the music and hear their voice, I think it's going to be a notch. I don't consider Gemma a reality TV person, I consider her a superstar."

We're sure that she agrees.

Naughty Boy described the song as "romantic", teasing: "It's a lot of sense of her whole life. Right now. good. "

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