Love Island star Gabby Allen is headed for an awkward run in with I'm a Celeb winner Jacqueline Jossa at tonight's National Television Awards.
Gabby was accused of sleeping with Jacqueline's husband, TOWIE star Dan Osborne, by Myles Stephenson.
Myles, who once dated Gabby, informed Jacqueline while they were in the celebrity jungle, that he believed Dan cheated on Jacqueline with Gabby.
Gabby denied the claims and insisted she was just friends with Dan, who she starred in CelebrityBig Brother with.
They both denied that they'd been unfaithful to their respective partners, but both of the relationships came to an end.
At the time, Jacqueline was pregnant with her and Dan's second child, Mia, now one, but they later reconciled.
Both women are attending the NTA's tonight, so they could face an excruciating run in during the night.
Jacqueline posted several photos on Instagram of her process as she got herself ready for the glitzy ceremony.
The EastEnders actress posted hilarious selfies wearing a terrifying sheet mask that made her resemble Hannibal Lector.
Meanwhile Gabby has already arrived at the event and posed for photos on the red carpet wearing a pink feathered number that showed off her long, toned legs.
She teamed it with skyscraper high platform heels and her hair was in a glamorous up do.
Jacqueline is yet to arrive at the event.
Gabby isn't the only woman Dan has been linked to - new allegations were made against Dan while his wife was in the jungle.
His former CBB housemate Chloe Ayling claimed that she'd had a threesome with him and Natalie Nunn after a night out following their time in the house together.
Dan initially slammed the claims, but Natalie soon came out to say it was true and that Dan had begged her to lie.
He later admitted to "making mistakes" in the past, but the couple have since put on a united front on social media.
They also recently enjoyed a romantic trip to Dubai together where they posted some seriously loved up snaps.
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