Stephanie Davis tells Celebrity Big Brother housemate 'I need to be single'
Celebrity Big Brother's Stephanie Davis has declared that she needs to be single.
The former Hollyoaks star is the girlfriend of model Sam Reece, but has enjoyed a flirtatious relationship with former Mr Ireland Jeremy McConnell in the house.
She told McConnell: "Obviously Sam's not right for me and I need to sort it when I get out."
Reece is watching Celebrity Big Brother on television and - unbeknownst to Davis - has tweeted about the future of their relationship.
On January 11 he wrote: "Hi everyone, I will no longer be supporting Stephanie Davis ... Thanks for all your support and love you have given me!!"
But a day later he clarified: "I would never end a relationship over text or social media. I want to talk to Steph face to face."
Davis was picked by television nutritionist Gillian McKeith for the latest task, which involved the four most "toxic" housemates being segregated for a detox.
McKeith chose Davis as she was "emotionally toxic".
Reece tweeted: "Good luck Gillian McKeith".
During the task, in which the four "toxic" housemates slept in a separate room, Davis told McConnell: "We are septic to each other as we both want to be with each other. I can't stay away!"
After the detox, she decided: "It's made me realise what I'm worth and that I need to be single."
Elsewhere, McConnell told Scotty T that he loves Davis.
Post-detox, Davis and McConnell talked about their future together.
He said: "If things work out after we get out of here, I'll book us a holiday somewhere nice, I want to. I think I need to show you what my idea of treating a lady is like."
During the detox task, health guru McKeith lived up to her "Dr Poo" nickname as she asked her four "toxic" housemates - Davis, Tiffany Pollard, Scotty T and John Partridge - to defecate for her inspection.
She is best-known for her Channel 4 series You Are What You Eat, during which she examined participants' faecal matter to see how healthy they were.
Speaking to Big Brother in the diary room, Pollard said: "I can't take a dump unless I have incense burning.
"My head is in the game. I see the other toxic housemates are excited to take a c*** for her. I don't want to be the odd one out all the time, so I will give it my best effort to take a s***."
:: The episode airs on Channel 5 at 9pm.