Sarah Harding has confirmed she's split from her boyfriend following Celebrity Big Brother.
Although we don't think anyone expected anything else to happen.
It was Sarah who won Celebrity Big Brother 2017 last night, beating Amelia Lily in the final vote.
During her time in the house, Sarah sparked up a relationship with Chad Johnson despite her (now former) partner on the outside.
Speaking to Emma Willis last night, Sarah said: "It was really difficult to adjust to the new environment. The main reason was to show everyone that I was just Sarah. I've been through ups and downs. I'm so grateful, it's made me stronger and tougher.
"Once I got more adjusted, I was definitely feeling more settled. It's made me a stronger person, I've grown a thicker skin, I am an anxious character that's just me."
On her romance with Chad, Sarah added: "I was in a short term relationship, I was dating somebody [before entering].
"We (Chad) found some common ground and started hanging around together, he became my best friend in the house, he has been my rock. I had to make a difficult decision. We've been through the mill together, it's like we've know each other for months and months.
"We are going to see what happens, I would definitely like a future with Chad!"
And now speaking to press the day after her exit, Sarah said: "I obviously don't have a boyfriend anymore. I was in a very brief relationship, it was literally a matter of weeks so it wasn't very serious.
"Every day in the house is like a week. Chad soon became a very good friend to me, and we got a lot closer and I just had to weigh up the options.
"Dating someone for 3 or 4 weeks you don't get what we had from how much time we spend together in the house, it felt like six months."
Sarah went on to say she and Chad hadn't yet enjoyed any 'private time' together.
"I've barely seen him since last night!" she said. "I've been whisked away doing lots of interviews, celebrating with my friends.
"There's loads of time to get back together and go on proper dates together away from the cameras. There's no rush, put it that way."