Gemma Collins' time on Dancing on Ice 2019 was memorable for many reasons - including her falling flat on her face mid skate.
And on Sunday night the former TOWIE star, 39, returned to the show but refrained from stepping one foot onto the ice rink.
The reality TV personality was invited back to the ITV set to appear on screen to share with viewers information about a competition in which they could win a whopping cash prize.
Ensuring she put on a glamorous display, Gemma made an entrance as she was lowered down from the ceiling on an aerial hoop.
Gemma sat inside the circle - that was decorated to look like a huge diamond ring - as she spoke to Dancing on Ice hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.
She gushed that she was "so happy" to be back on the Dancing on Ice set before informing fans about the special competition.
Glamming up for the occasion, Gemma wore a baby pink gown with a dramatic fishtail hemline and completed the flashy look with a matching turban decorated with a large glittering stone on her forehead.
Earlier today, the bubbly Essex native shared with fans that she was en route to the Dancing on Ice studios in Hertfordshire.
Gemma filmed her journey into the studios and opened up on her fears as snow fell and the weather worsened.
She was initially excited to see a few flakes, but her excitement turned to anxiety as the roads leading up to the studio were blanketed in thick drifts.
Gemma told her followers she was worried about getting snowed in at the site if the snow continues to fall.
She said: "When I get out of the Dancing On Ice studios tonight, will I ever make it home? This is just unbelievable."
Gemma has had a busy weekend as she completed on her dream home on Saturday.
She took to social media to share her accomplishment as she toasted the occasion with champagne that she had been gifted for achieving the milestone.
As Gemma shared her update with her Instagram followers she touched on the "tough couple of months" she has experienced due to her parents both having coronavirus.
Alongside a photo of her new set of keys, several cards bottles of fizz and a magnum of Whispering Angel rosé, the proud homeowner typed: "It’s been a very tough couple of months but some good news today to share I finally got my dream home and now have my keys #newchapter.
"I don’t have a clue how I’m going to style it yet but it’s going to be fabulous as soon as my dad is home from hospital and he sees it then my heart will be full and I can get cracking."
Last September, Gemma lifted the lid on the property she was hoping to complete on and said she was planning a two-year renovation project to turn her new home into a sparkly pink palace with its own helipad and gem-encrusted bath tub.
The Collins clan have been having a tough time of late as Gemma's dad, Alan, is currently in hospital following a positive coronavirus test.
He is now making a recovery but Gemma told that it has been a "scary time."
Speaking on the latest episode of the Gemma Collins Podcast, the ITVbe star told: "It literally tears you apart."
"Our house is not the same without my dad and it has been such a scary time because we just haven’t known how he was going to be. And if he was going to make it...
"There were moments where we all had to have the chat about you know what if dad doesn’t pull through."
Just days before Christmas Gemma revealed that both her parents have coronavirus.
She said both Alan and her mum Joan were "extremely unwell" and her dad had told her that he'd "rather be dead" than fight the bug.