The New Year is usually the time to make life-changing plans and detox from everything that has had a detrimental effect on your soul.
Love Island presenter Caroline Flack has gone a week early with the deepening of the bad influences in her life, and after dumping her toxic fiance, Andrew Brady, has now made another important decision.
There will be no bubbly on New Year's Eve for the 39-year-old, as she has decided to spew as part of her life-shift.
Caroline, currently starring as Roxy in Chicago in London's West End, wants to bring some positivity back to her life.
One source told The Sun that "Caroline is on duty," and so, "she wants everyone to come back to talk about her for all the right reasons."
This follows her on / off engagement with former apprentice star Andrew Brady. Caroline will stop talking about her, "love love life", so that more focus can be placed on the good times that are happening.
Giving up spirits is part of this, and the source said that Caroline was "completely sober," as she seems to focus on her leading role in musical Chicago.
The source believes this will help Caroline keep "a clear head" and time to "put perspective on everything".
This follows that the Strictly Come Dancing champion is forced to admit that an ambulance participated in the home in early November.
However, she insisted that the rest of the allegations were a "ridiculous decoration of a non-event".
The horrible drama is said to have evolved after Caroline and Andrew entered a "boozy row" over the phone.
"Caroline and Andrew had both drunk and entered yet another fiery row," a source told The Sun.
"Andrew was worried about his state of mind. At one point she had given the impression that she felt like killing herself. Of course, she didn't understand, but Andrew felt he had nothing but calling 999."
The former Strictly winner's friends were also said to be worried after she allegedly called them "slurping and disjointed".
An ambulance arrived at Caroline's home in North London at 20:00, when the source claims she had "starved up a bit".
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