In news no-one expected to receive today, music producer Mark Ronson has said he identifies as sapiosexual.
In an interview with Good Morning Britain, Ronson made the comments following a debate about French minister Marlene Schiappa, who has also described herself as a sapiosexual.
During the show, Kate Garraway commented that Ronson had got very involved in a dressing room debate behind the scenes about the sexuality before GMB went on air.
"Yeah I didn't know that there was a word for it," he said, "We were all arguing backstage in the dressing room with a couple of your producers. And yes I feel like I am identifying as sapiosexual."
Defined by the Cambridge Dictionary as "a person who is sexually attracted to intelligent people", sapiosexuals are people who value a 'meeting of minds' more than physical attraction.
Ronson, 44, was previously married to French actress Josephine de La Baume, 34, before the couple announced their separation in 2018.
When asked how he was doing following the divorce, Ronson said, "It's been a while so I'm doing alright."
Ronson was on Good Morning Britain to promote his new album, Late Night Feelings.