Gemma Collins will audition for next Bond Girl as she performs daredevil stunts

Gemma Collins has big plans to land the next Bond Girl role.

The GC, 38, expressed her interest in the sexy Hollywood part when she uploaded a clip of her partaking in an adventurous sport, in Dubai on Instagram on Saturday.

In a fun clip, the former TOWIE star proved she was fearless when she raced around the desert while quad-biking during a romantic break with her on/off beau James Argent.

The bubbly TV personality was every inch the go-getter and daredevil as she was clad in the helmet painted with luminous stripes.

A natural on the telly, it's no wonder GC oozed confidence when she filmed the piece to camera from behind the wheel.

She wrote: "Defo going to audition for the next BOND GIRL." (sic)

Gemma, who continues to document her three stone weight loss, claimed she was ready to make history in the sexiest part in Hollywood.

Bond 25 is the next movie in the spy franchise which is expected to hit cinemas in 2020 with Daniel Craig reprising the role of the spy.

The reality star was delighted at the prospect of taking on the baton on from the likes of Ursula Andress, Honor Blackman and Eva Green.

James whisked Gemma away to Dubai for a lovely break away to celebrate the couple getting their relationship back on track.

It appeared the TOWIE lovebirds were done for good when Arg moved back to his mum's in October.

The GC called 999 amid concerns for his welfare when he failed to return her calls.

Gemma, who feared Arg had overdosed, was said to have decided to call it off for good over after the scare.

But now things are well and truly back on track for the pair.

Arg told OK! magazine : "Gemma loves me to death. She was seriously concerned because she couldn’t get hold of me, which I understand.

"I didn’t have my phone on me because it was charging downstairs. I have put her through a lot so I completely understand her worry.

"She remembers what she’s been through in the past with me so she thought the worst."

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