Caroline Flack has been seen out partying with a whole host of fit guys recently.
But the TV presenter ditched X Factor winner James Arthur and One Direction's Harry Styles for a girls night with friend Laura Whitmore.
The BFFs did a party crawl together last night - hitting the Box second anniversary party, the Esquire BAFTAs pre-party at the Savoy and Rita Ora's tour after-party at Mahiki.
And the pair made sure they had an outfit for every location, changing clothes (how very celeb) as they moved from one to the next.
Cazza and 'I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! NOW!' presenter Laura looked like they were having a right laugh as just girls as they were snapped cosy up on the sofa together, sipping Belvedere Vodka cocktails at the Box second anniversary party before hitting another bash hosted by EE and Esquire ahead of the 2013 EE British Academy Film Awards.
We wonder if they were comparing notes on those One Direction boys - with Caroline Flack obviously having history with Harry Styles, and Laura being linked to Niall Horan.
Just last week 33-year-old Caroline was spotted out partying with Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw and the rest of the cool gang at Harry's 19th birthday.
And last month Cazza raised eyebrows when she and X Factor winner James Arthur were seen sneaking out of the trendy Groucho Club from different exits.
Meanwhile Caroline and Laura later hit swanky hotspot Mahiki in Mayfair where Rita Ora made sure all eyes were on her as she headed to her after-show in a neon outfit, showing off loads of flesh.
The singer looked pretty happy after she wrapped her sold-out show at Shepherd's Bush Empire, as she partied at the bash in conjunction with Red Bull Editions.
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