The 34-year-old appeared on This Morning to chat about her documentary, wearing a snakeskin suit and THESE insane skull heels.
Towering above Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield in the 8-inch platforms, Jodie looked totally unfazed by the health and safety issues attached to her feet.
The heels were designed by Lady GaGa's shoe designer, Kermit Tesoro, and cost around £600.
Tweeting a snap of the shoes, Jodie added: "Look!!! These are the shoes I had made for me by Lady Gaga's shoe designer!!! #amazing"
Jodie took to Twitter late last night to ask her followers what she should wear - which apparently led to her M&S snakeskin ensemble and crazy heels.
She tweeted: "What should I wear for @itvthismorning tomorrow then? A trouser suit or
a lovely long dress? And hair up or hair down? You decide ;-) x x [sic]"
Jodie spoke with Holly and Phil about her show, admitting that she was close to suicide when she was bullied as a teenager.
She said: "I considered it loads of times and the key message here is as a young person at school you think - and certainly I thought this - there’s nothing more out there, that this is your life, that’s it, you’re never going go have friends, you will always be picked on."
"You don’t realise there’s a whole big world out there and that it is a lovely place."
Jodie flew to America for the documentary, revealing that 70 per cent of shootings are carried out by young people who have been bullied.
She added: "I truly believe the only reason we don’t have school shootings here is because we don’t have guns."
Jodie Marsh: Bullied, Channel 5 on Thursday April 4 and Thursday April 11.
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