One of Love Island 2016's final couples have already called it a day but it's not bad news for everyone.
It's perhaps no surprise to learn that Katie Salmon and Adam Maxted, who finished fourth in Monday's final, are over.
Adam tweeted on Thursday to tell his followers in a now deleted post that he was "100 percent single”.
He added (via The Sun): “It’s like when you’re eating a kebab after a night out & the first few bites taste good but then u realise that it really isn’t nice at all!”
Katie then hit back with her own metaphor: “It’s like getting socks at Christmas. Practical but no fun.”
While Katie and Adam are over, Love Island winners Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey are planning a WEDDING... just very, very slowly.
Nathan told ITV's Lorraine during the week: "Pigeon steps Lorraine, pigeon steps at the moment."
Although Cara seemed slightly more eager: “Why pigeon? That's well small. Not as small as that. Baby steps!"
However Cara revealed plans for the pair to spend some time apart after six weeks living side by side.
She explained: "We didn’t start in a normal way, we didn’t do the dating, the not seeing each other for a couple of days.
"It's going to be nice now to be, not away from each other like that, but you know, to miss each other to think, 'Oh I’ve not seen Nathan for like two days because he's been working, I can't wait to see him'. And do normal things, go to the cinema, pop round his mum’s for a cup of tea. Come to me nan's for a roast."
Elsewhere post-Love Island, Malin Andersson has been linked to former Celebrity Big Brother housemate Jeremy McConnell following THAT showdown with Terry Walsh on the show.
Love Island 2016 concludes tonight at 9PM with a Heading Home special on ITV2.