Gemma Collins is fattening her bulging bank balance by flogging personalised video messages for up to £555 each. The loaded loudmouth, 40, is selling the clips through the Memmo platform, which also counts manband Blue among its celebrity members.Customers are told by the reality TV veteran: “It’s the GC baby!

Order a personalised video shoutout from me today for any occasion on memo.me – birthdays, Christmas gifts, well wishes, anniversaries, pep talks or just a bit of chit chat.“Looking forward to connecting with you all.”But Gemma – worth an estimated £3million – warns firms her £555 messages for companies can’t be used for advertising ads and are only for internal company use.Bosses are told: “The video can be shared within your company and you will get a receipt.

Not to be used for marketing.”Extras such as “full HD” and removal of the Memmo logo from the videos are available for more money.Delivering the clips via text will cost punters £2.50 on top of the regular price of £55 per “shout out”.Stripping the Memmo logo from her messages will cost an added £4, with fans told Gemma usually responds to bookings in less than a week.Luckily for most fans, they’ll be able to get their shout out for £55 if they don’t care about any of the special extras.Surprisingly, the self-proclaimed diva’s price is £10 cheaper than Louie Spence, who doesn’t quite have as much star power as the former TOWIE star nowadays.A message from Sir Mo Farah will set you back £100, while one from Tiger King’s Carole Baskin costs £183.50. For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here . .