Caroline Flack has been labelled "desperate" by former Big Brother presenter Rylan Clark-Neal.
On last night's Strictly spin-off It Takes Two, the 40-year-old blonde bombshell appeared on the show to discuss what happens after winning the show and lifting the Glitterball trophy.
Along with fellow winners Jill Halfpenny and Chris Hollins, Rylan was left stunned when Caroline made some shocking confessions about her Strictly experience.
The babe revealed that she was not asked to take part in the show and actually rang up producers herself, to which Rylan jokingly labelled her "desperate".
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Discussing her time on the BBC One show, she said: "It only feels like yesterday. It's one of those things that when you’ve done it, it never leaves you.
"You add this whole chapter to your life you never thought you'd have."
Caroline went on to reveal: "I think I asked to do it as well. I asked them."
Rylan replied while laughing: "Oh really. Not desperate at all darling."
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The Love Island host won the 12th series of Strictly with her professional dance partner, Pasha Kovalev.
Spilling more of her feelings, Caroline also confessed that being in a Strictly couple was like being in a real-life relationship.
She said: "It's never just about one person. Being in a Strictly couple is like being in a relationship. You have to have all those same traits."
Rylan couldn't help but start getting giddy with excitement, but Caroline quickly shut down any possible rumours that she had a romance with Pasha.
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She said: "Let me finish that before it goes anywhere else.
"You have the trust, honesty, communication. Get rid of the romantic bit. It's a partnership. You don't do it on your own.
"I would never have been able to do it without Pasha. If you get that right partner it works."
Strictly: It Takes Two airs weekdays on BBC Two at 6.30pm.
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