Charlotte Crosby SLAMS Vicky Pattison's 'misleading fitness DVD title': Star says 'you can't get slim in seven days' as she exchanges jibes with 'confused' workout rival
She recently came under fire from former pal and Geordie Shore co-star Vicky Pattison after she appeared to mock her 3 Minute Belly Blitz workout DVD during a recent appearance on Lorraine.
And Charlotte Crosby has hit back at the I'm a Celebrity star, calling out the title of her fitness video, Seven Days Slim, claiming it could be misleading.
Speaking to The Sun, the 27-year-old said that the name of her DVD merely refers to the length of her blast workouts, while Vicky's appears to promise major weight loss in just a week.
Charlotte Crosby has hit back at ex Geordie Shore co-star Vicky Pattison after she appeared to make a jibe about her 3 Minute Belly Blitz fitness DVD
She said: 'Well she had an exercise DVD that said 7 Days Slim. You definitely can't have a slim body after seven days.
'So I think Vicky and I both know that the titles of our DVD are just meant to be eye catching and really it was three minute sections, like hers was a seven day workout.'
However, the Celebrity Big Brother champ tried to play down the idea of a feud by suggesting Vicky could simply have been 'confused', adding: 'So I'm not going to get nasty. I am sure Vicky just got confused.'
'You definitely can't have a slim body after seven days': Charlotte hit out at the title of her fitness video, 7 Days Slim, claiming it could be misleading
Ouch! The 27-year-old said that the name of her DVD merely refers to the length of her blast workouts, while Vicky's appears to promise major weight loss in just a week
Vicky, 30, sparked the DVD drama during an appearance on Lorraine when she opened up about the methods she used to go from a size 16 to a size 6, in light of the recent furore surrounding celebrity fitness videos.
Lorraine - who has released a workout DVD of her own - said: 'There shouldn't be air brushing and people making claims you can't use, I don't know 3 stone...'
Vicky then quickly added: 'In three minutes,' appearing to reference Charlotte's 3 Minute Belly Blitz workouts.
Earlier this week, Charlotte silenced speculation she was one of a flurry of celebrities who were allegedly pushed to breaking point and used slimming pills to shed weight.
That was then and this is now: Charlotte dropped four dress sizes and two and a half stone in conjunction with releasing her fitness DVD, yet the workouts are embroiled in controversy
'You can't do it in three minutes': Vicky, 30, sparked the DVD drama during an appearance on Lorraine when she opened up about the methods she used to go from a size 16 to a size 6
She told MailOnline: 'I can only go off my experience was really pleasant. I was never pushed to over-eating or over-exercising.
'I did it all by the book most of the time. I was in Geordie Shore, eating kebabs so it took a lot longer for me to lose the weight. I really enjoyed my experience...'
The reality star added: 'I can't go by what's in the papers but mine was the complete opposite to what is being claimed. I don't think people will question it as I've said it wasn't the case so people will read that and know it wasn't...
'I never went too far. I always felt so great. It was going to McDonald's so that was my downfall. It's just amazing isn't it? I've been so busy filming I haven't had time to be caught up in this drama.'
The picture that started it all: Images of Vicky walking along the beach in 2013 sparked her phenomenal weight loss although she admitted she was unhappy at a size six
It comes after reports emerged claiming Scarlett Moffatt could face a £100,000 bill after she claimed to have lost three stone thanks to gruelling exercise as she promoted in her fitness DVD, as well as a 1,200 calories a day diet.
But according to The Sun, the I'm A Celeb star was thought to have been 'pushed to breaking point' when she 'starved herself' and exercised up to six hours a day at the Switzerland boot camp.
Of the boot camp, a source said: 'She was really struggling and finding it hard to cope. She was on a starvation diet, exercising way too hard and not eating enough. She was pushed to breaking point.'
'Complete sham': Scarlett Moffatt faced scrutiny earlier this month after her fitness DVD was branded a 'sham'
The I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here winner went from 11st 4lb to 8st which saw her drop from a dress size 18 to a petite size 8.
According to The Sun, Scarlett had to lose three stone for the DVD deal and to ensure she could achieve it she was enrolled in a five-month fitness programme.
The source went on to tell the publication: 'The DVD is a sham really. There is no mention of the boot camp where she was climbing mountains and exercising for six hours a day.'
Under pressure: According to The Sun, Scarlett had to lose three stone for the DVD deal and to ensure she could achieve it she was enrolled in a five-month fitness programme
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