Hmm. So Caroline Flack has come over all cryptic on her Instagram page.
The 36-year-old presenter shared a quote attributed to late poet Maya Angelou yesterday, which read: ‘People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.’
She’d captioned the meaningful post: ‘Big week ahead … A thought for Monday … [sic].’
Caroline made no mention of what this could be in reference to, if anything at all. We mean, it’s a pretty good thing for all of us to remember, right?
But some of her fans couldn’t help wondering whether she’d aimed the message at BAFTA TV Awards host Graham Norton, who made a joke at Caroline’s expense on Sunday night’s show.
In his speech at the start of the evening, the 53-year-old said: ‘I for one really enjoyed the much-nominated Car Share. I think my favourite bit was when Matt LeBlanc did the donut around the cenotaph.
‘It was probably the biggest U-turn of the year, unless of course you count Simon Cowell going: “Er, does anyone still have Dermot’s number?”
‘I’m not saying the writing’s on the wall for Caroline Flack, but you could get better odds for Anne Boleyn returning to the second series of Wolf Hall.’
In case you’ve been in hibernation since 2014, Caroline Flack and Olly Murs took over X Factor presenting duties from Dermot O’Leary last series.
However, they both quit earlier this year, and Dermot is now back in the hosting seat.
Comments on Caroline’s upload included: ‘I hope this is directed at graham norton,’ and: ‘You know what, I really like your attitude, you have your head screwed on girl! You show those haters what you’re made of!’
Sticking up for Cazza and Olly, one follower wrote: ‘You and @ollymurs were great hosts- they can’t blame poor ratings on 1 or 2 people, it’s the whole show collectively… Your a fantastic presenter and a gorgeous one at that!! [sic].’
Yes you are, lady!