There are going to be many furious football fans after they hear that Anne-Marie left the man of the moment, Jack Grealish, on read.
The stunning pop star made the shock confession during a radio interview with Capital's Roman Kemp.
Celebrity Gogglebox babe Anne-Marie, 30, was being quizzed about her personal life as part of the show.
She made the admission that she "ghosted" the England midfielder during a game of Mute and Boot, on Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp.
As part of the game, unlucky celeb participants can only use their "mute and boot" button once.
Anne-Marie owned up to blanking Jack after a nine-year-old listener asked her a probing question.
The youngster eagerly asked: "Who was the last person you left on 'read'?"
The gorgeous singer became flustered, stalling for time. Roman egged her on, as she scrolled through her phone, not wanting to answer, and it seemed like it might take some time.
She admitted: "There's actually a lot, because I'm quite bad at that. So I can just go through it now if you want."
Scrolling, she cringed: "Oh my god, this is so bad, I'm sorry to everyone I'm going to say. Ronan Keating…Jack Grealish…"
Presenter Roman, 28, couldn't cope with this bombshell. He yelled: "Jack Grealish! This is amazing, keep going!"
The young boy who asked the question didn't miss a trick, as he quickly asked: "What's Jack Grealish's number, please tell me!"
Roman's co-hosts, Sonny Jay and Sian Welby couldn't believe it when the star then revealed she also left social media star Salt Bae on read, saying: "Have some respect will you!"
Anne-Marie winced as she continued: "I can't say it…Tori Kelly. This is hurting my soul."
Roman then said: "One more and then you're done. It's like I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! [voice of Ant & Dec] 'Okay Anne-Marie you've got one more to go'.'
True to her word, Anne-Marie ended by announcing she'd also left musicians Billen Ted on read.
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