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Olly Murs went to the CBB wrap party – and reportedly had eyes for one contestant

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Celebrity Big Brother is over for another year, with the contestants spending 32 days in total locked together.

Once they were out, show organisers arranged the mother of all wrap parties for them to get used to life on the outside again!

Ann Widdecombe, Amanda Barrie and many other stars of the series were taken to a glitzy London nightclub and told to let their hair down.

Jess partied with the rest of the cast (Credit: Flynet – SplashNews)

And there was one guest there who most certainly wasn’t part of the Celebrity Big Brother cast – we think we’d have noticed him!

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Olly Murs turned up to the bash, and partied the night away with the CBB contestants.

And according to reports, he also did his best to chat up one of them!

An insider told the Mail Online: “Olly was there but no one was sure why he there! He had the hots for Jess!”

The claim is that Olly made a ‘beeline’ for Jess at some point during the night, with the pair mixing at the raucous event.

Olly got tongues wagging at the start of the year when he finally admitted, during a chat with the Loose Women, that he’d had a fling with Melanie Sykes.

Under a barrage of questions, he said: “Mel’s amazing, we’re great friends, the rumours we were dating for a year is just not true.”

But after further probing he revealed: “There might have been something, but listen… I’m not gonna talk about it… moving on!” before dissolving into laughter.

CBB was won by Courtney Act (Credit: Terry Scott / Flynet – SplashNews)

This year’s Celebrity Big Brother was won by Courtney Act – also known as Shane Jenek – who beat Ann Widdecombe in the final.

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Courtney said: “I have to say thank you to the eight glorious women who were in the house and all my other housemates.

“It’s amazing to think the public have chosen me, it’s a validation of the things I came in believing.”