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TOWIE finale sneak peek

Published 20/07/2015

Jessica Wright
Jessica Wright

The Only Way Is Essex's carnival-themed finale looks set to get dramatic on Wednesday.

This season of The Only Way Is Essex has been an explosive one, with Gemma Collins and Bobby Norris arguing and Danielle Armstrong and James Locke ending their relationship.

And there's no doubt the carnival party will bring plenty more drama to Essex. Luckily, everyone will be doing it in style, as Jessica Wright proved on Snapchat.

The glamorous sister of Mark Wright donned a neon green feathered skirt for the occasion, teaming it with a sparkly black crop top and a huge feather headpiece.

Chloe Sims also joined in the fun, wearing a tiny white swimsuit and a matching feather trail.

"Filming today... Rocking my Moto for the month #hatersgonnahate @hagh_apparel (sic)," she anticipated some criticism on Instagram.

Meanwhile Fern McCann posted a snap of herself with Danielle and a host of dressed-up dancers.

"Having THE best finale day for #Towie #carnival theme. Love this lot @releasedriddim @daniellearmstrong88 (sic)," she wrote.

While the star is having a great time, Gemma's ex-best friend Bobby is having difficulty seeing the bright side. He warned viewers they can expect some dramatic moments during the finale, which will be shown on ITV Be at 10pm on Wednesday.

"There is so much negativity in Essex at the moment. It just feels like we are living under one grey cloud," he wrote in a blog for

"I'm normally such a positive person and I do try to bring positivity to everyone's lives. It's been hard because I have all this drama with Gemma going on at the moment and I'm really and truly hurt and upset by that. So trying to find my positivity is taking me a bit longer than normal.

"But I am inclined and desperate to bring positivity to the TOWIE finale. So fingers crossed, I can bring peace and love. Will it end with positivity or will it be drama? I know what my money is on."

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