Former GEMMA Collins boyfriend James Argent jokingly demanded that she cancel her engagement to Rami Hawash during a drunken night out with friends.
Former star Toe, 34, was caught laughing while holding a sign that read “GC, cancel your engagement !!!” scribbled it while watching the PDC World Darts Championship at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Jade Goody’s husband, Jack Tweed, hysterically pointed at the sign while another friend beamed in a chair next to them.
The guys seemed to be in awe of the event, with jugs of beer and pint cups on their tables.
Gemma, 40, has confirmed that she was engaged to Rami again after a failed spell together in 2013.
She told the Times this week that the only reason she didn’t shout about it was because Rami’s upcoming divorce from his wife was.
She explained: “We cannot go out and say anything yet because Ram was married before and his documents were not received, so until they were officially signed, we didn’t say anything.
“They haven’t been together for two years. I know her, she has a partner, she is like gold.
“A child is involved, he is only three years old, obviously, I love him to death.
“But until these documents are signed, I cannot leave.”
Arg, who lost a staggering 11 stones this year to life-saving stomach surgery, looked fit and fit on Ellie Pally in a navy jumper and jeans.
He and Gemma enjoyed years of romance after she split from Rami in 2014.
It finally came to an end last year when James stated that he wanted an open relationship after fighting cocaine addiction.
And things got unpleasant when Arg branded her a “behemoth” in a sneaky WhatsApp exchange.
In an interview with The Times, Gemma stated that she saved the life of a recovering drug addict Arg three times, but received no thanks.
Arg recently told Kristen Bell Tattoos about how he feared he ate himself to death when his weight skyrocketed to 27 stones after his battle with drugs.
Now at a healthier weight of 15 stones and 7 pounds, Arg admitted to overeating fast food, sodas and snacks before turning to surgery.
He said, “Overeating made me tired and lethargic, so every day I made plans to meet friends, work or achieve something.
“But after I had a snack, I was so exhausted that I ended up just staying in bed and not leaving the house. Mom found me in bed one afternoon and started crying.
“She said,“ I don’t recognize my son anymore. ” It was a big wake-up call.
“Also, in the midst of a pandemic, I reached the worst condition I have ever been, and the doctors said I was playing dice with death because I had severe asthma and morbid obesity, which was the worst combination if I should have been infected with Covid. … “
“I could have died, so I just knew I had to do something.”
Arg said his eating disorder spiraled out of control after recovering from drug addiction, resulting in two near-fatal overdoses.