Gogglebox's Sandra Martin parties so hard she loses teeth on wild night out

Sandra Martin revealed she partied so hard she lost her teeth, after a wild night out.

And it seems the whole ordeal has made the Gogglebox star unable to leave her house.

There is honestly so much to unpack here…

Taking to Twitter, the 57-year-old attempted to get to the bottom of things with her 115k followers.

‘To my fans. Family and friends. I Sandra Martin from Gogglebox days is very upset now,’ she began.

‘After coming back from Grand Canary Islands I went clubbing and had so much rum and lost my teeth and ting xxxx.

‘Feeling low and lost & crying. Because I can’t go outside…’

We need a little more information on all this, Sandra…

And concerned followers rushed to check that the professional couch potato was okay, after her night out went haywire.

‘Hope you have some better days soon,’ one said.

‘Get better Queen am [sure] dental surgery can rectify it,’ another wrote.

While a fan suggested: ‘Oh Sandra you poor thing get to the dentist put a scarf over your mouth untill you get there…

‘I know you feel low but you will look back at this post soon and laugh xxxxxxx.’

Sandra recently made headlines after popping up on Celebrity First Dates, to raise money for Stand Up To Cancer.

The Channel 4 favourite has been missing from screens since she sensationally quite Gogglebox in 2017.

But her return to TV – and the dating scene – absolutely didn’t disappoint.

In fact, she opened up about remaining celibate for two years, while asking her date when the last time he had sex was – by making noises she’d normally reserve for the bedroom.

Would you expect anything less?

Discussing not wanting to have sex any more, she added to the cameraman: ‘A lot of us don’t want to do it anymore.

‘Banging. I call it banging. Sexual intercourse.’

Never change, Sandra…

Metro.co.uk has contacted Sandra for a comment.

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