Addressing the rumours, she told The Sun: “Well it wasn’t true so, honestly, I always think, ‘Those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind’.“My family and friends knew, so no it didn’t really enter my head.”Scarlett believes the rumours came from tweets, adding: “I do love a conspiracy theory myself, but I’m more of an alien, mermaid sort of conspiracy girl.”The brunette grew close to TV duo Ant and Dec following her stint on their show Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway after first meeting on I’m A Celebrity… She said: “I sat next to Dec as well."I mean, I don’t know if people realise this but we were on the same show.”She added: “So we were all sat together because Saturday Night Takeaway was up for an award, which we won.”Scarlett was at the centre of the rumours again when fans discovered she had a selfie of her, Ant and Dec on her bedside cabinet.The framed picture was spotted in the background of one of her Instagram selfies and showed the trio at Disney World in Florida. told the publication: “To do the Saturday Night Takeaway finale in Disney World, honestly, was my dream."So every morning when I wake up and see that photo, I’m like, ‘I’m living my dream’.
After she puts away items intended for the baby and performs at a party, a wooden box is shown bearing what would have been the name of her daughter - Amelia Rose.
Introduced as the niece of Deacon Claybourne, Scarlett is a young girl who writes poetry and is dating Avery Barkley.
She befriends Bluebird soundboard engineer Gunnar Scott who suggests putting her poetry to music.
Following the birth of his daughter, Avery departs the band and Gunnar and Scarlett continue on as a duo.
Gunnar also falls for a technician called Erin and has a short fling with her as well as singer Autumn Chase while Scarlett realizes she is still in love with Gunnar. Their relationship lasts a few months until the arrival of Damien George, who has been hired to direct one of their music videos.