Gogglebox’s Amy Tapper ‘could cry her eyes out’ after vile weight comments

Amy Tapper has hit back at vile trolls after receiving nasty comments under her TikTok video.

The 21-year-old star who appears on Gogglebox shared her disgust after being bombarded with the disgusting words.

On Sunday she revealed her "shock" to her 70,800 Instagram followers and went on to slam the "horrible" comments.

In a video on the social media account she said: "I've just read through my comments and people are vile. They are horrible."

"I mean, thank God I've got a strong b****y mind," she continued.

"Because let me tell you, if this was someone else, oh my God they would be crying their eyes out right now.

"You're all, on TikTok, vile. I'm just putting it out there."

She continued: "Thanks everyone else for the love and sticking up for me, but f**k you all!"

Amy captioned the video: "Be f**king kind honestly."

It comes after Amy lost three stone after overhauling her lifestyle, reports The Mirror.

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Opening up about her weight loss, Amy recently said: "I think the gym mainly is what spurred it to properly drop, because I was losing inches as well as weight.

"That's what topped it all, just being in that right mindset, in the right zone and doing the right things, eating the right things."

She also said she has felt her mental health improve as she changed her body.

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Speaking on ITV's Lorraine, Amy explained: "I feel a lot better. My energy levels are so much higher. I can do a lot more things.

"I feel so much better in myself now."

The star, who also starred in Celebs Go Dating but sadly did not find love, has been documenting her weight loss journey on her Instagram account.

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