Gemma Collins ridiculed for her spelling, as fans slam star for ‘awkward’ errors on Instagram

Gemma’s fans spotted the error STRAIGHT away

Gemma Collins has been ridiculed by social media users for her spelling, after making a series of “awkward” errors on one of her Instagram posts.

While some of the TOWIE star’s fans were quick to defend her, more picked up on the mistakes instantly and jumped in to point them out – with a whole lot of sarcasm.

Gemma added a snap as she sat up in bed with her TV on, writing: “Happy Monday morning early start #buisness #buisnesswoman #loveit.”

But if she thought she’d get away with a simple typo – she was unfortunately very wrong.

While another added: “Business*” and one wrote: “Shame you can’t spell it though. ‘Business’.”

Not letting up at all, another fan went on: “A tiny bit awkward when you spell business wrong though.”

However some fans rushed to defend the star, as one replied: “Shame you lot are correcting @gemmacollins1 post, like you think your comments even bother her.”

And another added: “Doing very well for yourself regardless of a simple spelling error! Watch out for the grammar police nee naw nee naw.”

ITVGemma Collins on The Only Way Is Essex
Gemma didn’t let it worry her

The star has clearly got her business hat on either way, after it was revealed she’d been barred from appearing in the upcoming series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here over concerns for her health.

While the star – who lasted just 72 hours in the jungle last year – has got herself in amazing shape, doctors are said to be unsure whether she can handle the stress of the ITV show.

One fan, spotting the mistake, wrote: “It’s spelt BUSINESS love #FirstRuleOfWorkingInBusiness.”


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