Stephanie Davis has bared her soul with fans and performed an emotional song she wrote in rehab – and fans are convinced the track is about her turbulent relationship with baby-daddy Jeremy McConnell.
The lyrics appear to allude to their on/off relationship – which began in Celebrity Big Brother in 2016 and resulted in him being convicted of assaulting Steph and spending 34 days in prison after breaching his suspended sentence.
Steph – who started her career on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s show Over The Rainbow – sings in a series of Instagram videos: ‘Don’t know what’s going on in your mind, maybe the timing wasn’t right. I helped you, how can you say that I left you, I lost myself trying to save you, I held your hand for dear life.
Fans were quick to praise the mum-of-one’s ‘amazing’ voice, but couldn’t help draw comparisons to her relationship with Jez.
‘@jeremymcconnellcooke needs to listen to this!!.. leaving go of that? amazing song,’ one fan wrote on social media.
Steph’s emotional Instagram post came just hours before Jez broke down in tears on The Jeremy Kyle Show whilst discussing his dark past.
Just last month Steph revealed she’d gone to rehab for her alcohol addiction and it ‘saved her life’.
The 24-year-old said: ‘I knew that if I didn’t take drastic measures to turn my life around, I would end up dead. I was drinking heavily and was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after I split up with Jeremy, because of everything I had been through while we were together.