Gemma Collins has spoken out after Args return to rehab.
The reality star revealed that her former beaus decision to seek treatment was still raw, as she spoke ahead of the launch party for her show: Diva Espana.
According to the 37-year-old, the pair had gone through a rough summer, but she claimed to still have Args back as she offered her support.
Gem said: It was incredibly raw, yes, its been an incredibly difficult summer. But, that said, you know, were back now in Essex and Arg is receiving help and you know, as long as hes doing well, thats great for him and for us.
Im just supporting him on his journey and Im feeling pleased that the viewers get to see what goes on behind the cameras and I think its good for them to see that behind all the glamour theres real ups and downs, even in celebrities lives.
Talking about her new show the Towie star revealed that she was afraid to show her fans the other side of her life, reports the Mail Online.
She said: It was really sort of scary to show the public that side of me because the public dont really see that side of me. I guess it was just me going about my everyday life and all that that entails (laughs!) I know that is usually a rollercoaster!
James returned to rehab after his relationship with GC broke down.
In a statement released to Metro.co.uk the 30-year-old said: Its not been an easy time but Im happy to be back in a programme that gives me the ongoing support I need.
Im thankful for the incredible support I have received from my family, close friends and colleagues.
With his decision to reenter rehab, James could miss the start of the new series of Towie, however it is alleged that the producers of the ITVBe show have backed Args decision to take time out.
A spokesperson from Towie said: James is taking a break from TOWIE to give himself the space and time to concentrate on his well-being. We remain in contact and very much support the positive steps he is taking.
Metro.co.uk have reached out to Gemmas reps for further comment.
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