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Gogglebox favourite Amy Tapper has been out of action on social media recently, and she has finally revealed the worrying reason.

Writing to her thousands of followers, the 23 year old revealed: "Sorry for the radio silence guys. Currently in bed, can’t lift my head off the pillow with a severe migraine and vertigo.

I’m on pills and will be back soon." Fortunately it looks like those horrendous days are past her, as the TV star was out and about at the Turkish restaurant Sheesh on Wednesday evening.The star posted a number of snaps of her delicious looking meal, including truffle spaghetti, strawberries and ice cream.

Amy appeared on the Channel 4 reality series for five years in total before going on to star in Celebs Go Dating, yet her weight loss journey has been the biggest talking point of late after Amy opened up about shedding three stone following a lifestyle overhaul. "Thriving, surviving, and jiving my way through the weekend," she captioned a snap earlier in the summer.

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