Well ladies, it's actually happened.
After weeks spent wondering if the X Factor team had lost their minds, Honey G has finally said goodbye to the UK show after weeks of non-stop controversy.
But if the aspiring rapper thought the speculation into her background might die down now that she's been eliminated, she was sorely mistaken as she discovered after taking a seat on the This Morning sofa earlier today.
Cutting straight to the chase, Phillip Schofield asked the former X Factor contestant if her entire act had been an elaborate hoax.
Suggesting she may actually be playing a character a lá Leigh Francis, Phillip asked: "Is it an act? Are you like… Keith Lemon?"
Unsurprisingly, Honey G stressed her authenticity, responding: "No! You know, I'm not fake, This isn't an act, you know."
"Obviously I've grown up, you know, on the underground scene, in the music scene. I've been a musician the whole of my life."
"I'm known to BBC Radio One Extra which is the UK's biggest black music station. I've been involved in the station since it was founded."
"My mum's a classical pianist, that's where I get my, you know, music from, she's also known to the BBC," she went on to stress.
"So, people saying, you know, 'this is an act' to someone like me. I've got a degree in music. I've been a musician the whole of my life."
Acknowledging her distinct act, she added: "I think I might have picked up street from being in the underground music scene and it's become part of my personality."
Yeah guys, it's just her personality…