Gemma Collins believes she's a prophet who was put on Earth to help end the pain and suffering of others.
The TOWIE star, 39, says that the suffering she's gone through herself will help her soothe others.
Comparing herself to Jesus Chris, the GC said on her BBC podcast: "I honestly think I was put on the Earth to be some sort of prophet.
"It is something I will talk about in time. I have endured pain and suffering in my life, things haven't always been easy, I have suffered. And now I can help people in their lives."
Gemma also thinks she has some spiritual connection with nature and that she believes she could be a witch.
She said: "I think I'm a witch because I'm very connected to nature. The difference between white witches and dark witches is that a white witch is very spiritual, into nature and can make magic happen. That is me.
"Dark witches focus on dark magic, black magic and all kinds of horrible things.
"I don't believe white witches have warts on them either, or pointy noses."
Gemma has made some wild revelations on her podcast.
She recently spoke about her belief in lizard people, who she says secretly get around London by using the Queen's hidden network of underground tunnels.
She said: "My theory is – and this is a little bit weird – I believe there are lizards living amongst us.
"If you are a lizard, get in touch with me. There's been so many reports that there are different kids of species living in the UK and around the world – I want to meet you, I want to touch you, I want to smell you, I want to know more."
Gemma believes the lizard people have managed to go undetected for so long because they've been using an alleged secret network of underground tunnels – said to be used by Her Majesty the Queen when she goes shopping – to get around London.
She added on The Gemma Collins Podcast : "I'm not letting this tunnel life go. I need my own tunnels. Will we ever get to see these secret tunnels?
"Who's in these tunnels? Can you get food and drink and a glass of champagne?"
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