Louie Spence has confessed that he likes to Googling celebrities nudes if he fancies them, and people can relate.
The dancer and reality star got real about his internet habits this week while speaking to Gogglebox stars Joe and George Baggs on their podcast, Not My Bagg.
No time-wasters here!
Louie first captured the hearts of the nation when he appeared on Sky's short-lived Pineapple Dance Studios series, and now that he's had his fill of television.
He had been telling Joe and George Baggs that he doesn't tend to bother with shows like Love Island because 'when you've been in TV you just know how it's produced'.
The dancer then follows up with: "When I see someone I like, I'll Google them."
Using Love Island runner-up Andrew LePage as an example, he explained: "I'd just Google 'Andrew LePage nude'. I'd Google that and see if he's got any nude images.
"Because I can't be bothered to wait for him to go on OnlyFans or whatever, do you know what I mean?
"And then he's out of the way. So I get to see what I want to see, and then they're out of the way."
Podcasts hosts George and Joe were in stitches over Louie's bold admission, but pretty quickly, they confessed that they had done the exact same thing - most memorably with Justin Bieber.
A short video clip of the discussion took off on TikTok in a matter of hours, and while it was initially shocking, viewers were pretty happy to confess that they also partake in the odd internet search for nudes.
"I do exactly the same", commented one user.
"I mean, say what you want about Louis Spence, but you can't say he's not honest", wrote a second.
"He is all of us", added a third.
And this is far from the first time that Louie has successfully shocked fans, either.
Last year, he left followers speechless when he revealed that he had decided to 'cook' his mum's ashes. That one was definitely a little harder for fans to relate to.
Louie's Instagram followers couldn't believe what they were seeing when he shared a video of the process.
He explained that his mum's ashes had been 'on a plinth in the garden' when water got in through a broken seal, turning her ashes to 'sludge.'
He figured he'd be able 'dry her out' by putting her in a pot to cook and getting her back to 'the right consistency.'
The dancer even threw a few drops of whisky into the ashes, telling viewers, 'she'll like that'.
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