‘I need to be single’: Steph DUMPS Sam and plans getaway with Jezza

It would appear that former soap actress Stephanie Davis has made up her mind about the drama-laden love triangle currently turning the Celebrity Big Brother house on it's head. 

Despite having a boyfriend on the outside, Steph has become super close to Irish model Jeremy McConnell and today she admitted that she needed to be free from her outside bae, Sam Reece. 

"Obviously Sam's not right for me and I need to sort it when I get out," she says to Jeremy on tonight's episode. 

The 22-year-old actress was forced to spend some time away from the model as part of Gillian McKeith's detoxing task and she made some juicy revelations. 

"We are septic to each other as we both want to be with each other. I can't stay away!" she said of Jeremy. 

"It's made me realise what I'm worth and that I need to be single."

And it seems that Jeremy is all for it as later in the episode he reveals his plans for the couple once they get out. 

"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."

It seems that the housemates also decided that Steph would be better off with Jezza.

"[Sam] wants to be famous, you’re the famous one. F*ck it off," said Gemma. 

But will Sam be waiting for Jeremy and Stephanie when they leave the house? We simply HAVE to know. 

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