Episode four of the new Celebs Go Dating series gave us the weird and wonderful Vienna.
Paired on a date with Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson, the 22-year-old florist from Cambridge proved a crazy and quirky character.
She admitted to a string of odd stories – one involving pocketing her brothers cut-off finger and then forgetting about it – before leaving Twitter fans in stitches with an act of condiment madness.
After Sam and Vienna had ordered their food, and with Vienna clearly keen to tuck into her batch of fries, she proceeded to ask the waiter for some ketchup.
But, to everyones surprise, while waiting for her special red delivery, Vienna admitted to Sam that she had in fact brought her own ketchup.
You know, just in case the restaurant didn’t have any.
I tottaly relate with the ketchup love #CelebsGoDating
— Karolina (@QueenKarolinaa) February 7, 2018
I’m here for Vienna bringing her own ketchup she’s a legend #CelebsGoDating
— Jenny (@jennylass96) February 7, 2018
She brought ketchup with her 😂 never found someone this attractive in my life #CelebsGoDating
— 𝘈 (@Adenis97) February 7, 2018
Vienna said: “Actually, I brought my own ketchup.”
To which Sam eagerly replied: “Really?”
Although most of us were biting our nails wondering if Vienna had brought a plastic bottle or old school glass bottle of red sauce, she actually whipped out a sachet.
She said: “I’ve got more in my bag.”
Twitter broke down in a frenzy with plenty of people admitting that they have or would have done the same thing.
Ketchup is life!
— Alex Davis (@TheOriginal_Cat) February 7, 2018
Girl after my own heart, brings ketchup in her handbag on a date #Celebsgodating
— Luke Mortimer (@lukemort18) February 7, 2018
Ketchup in the bag on a date – Failing to prepare is preparing to fail #CelebsGoDating
— Daniel Harper (@Dantastic1987) February 7, 2018
This wasn’t the weirdest moment of the date however with Vienna telling of her previous jobs as a dental assistant – where she loved picking up strangers teeth – and a position where she helped to dress dead bodies for their funerals.
The most bizarre story of all however was saved to last, with Vienna telling Sam how she “kept her brothers finger for a while” after it was cut off at work.
Vienna said: “I forgot I had it though (the finger)
“You know, I thought I better keep it or whatever incase it can get stitched back on.
“But I left it in my pocket and it went through the wash a few times.”
Continuing to dunk her chicken nuggets into mayonnaise and nibbling at them delicately she said:
“I found it not long ago actually it looked like a raisin – it was so mouldy”
Sam ended the date saying how “him and dead people don’t mix”, confessing that he wasn’t up for a second date.