We're all feeling a little flat at heat towers today. It's finally dawned on us that the Olympics is over. It is no more. It's gone.
The only thing getting us through this dark time is the memory of the incredible Closing Ceremony that saw a host of Britain's finest musical talent come together for a good old fahsioned old knees up.
With the likes of One Direction, George Michael, Ed Sheeran, Tinie Tempah, Jessie J and the almighty Spice Girls (EEEEEEEEEEEEKKKKK!) we were officially spoilt by all the pop treats.
If you're feeling as bummed out as we are about the lack of Olympics good times today why not relive the excitement of last night's jamboree - it might stave off the sadness for a few minutes at least.
What a thrill it was seeing our favourite cheeky chappies coming around the corner on the back of a truck. The 1D fellas sang their smash hit What Makes You Beautiful to deafening screams (yeah, sorry about that...). And how cute did Zayn Malik look wearing girlfriend Perrie Edward's bowler hat? Zayn says he wears his Little Mix lady's hat for good luck. Arrrrr.
Wearing leather jacket and a bejewelled skull belt buckle (amongst other things, it wasn't that racy!), it looked like George Michael had been dressed by Ian Thorpe. But we got past that. His funky dad dancing and smooth voice on Freedom lifted the ceremony. Shame he mellowed it by performing new track, White Light. It’s a fun song, but it sounds far too much like a computer's doing the singing!
The Spice Girls were above and beyond the best act of the night. Looking fantastic, they sang on top of personalised black cabs, then sassed their way around the stage. A dubstep breakdown mashed Wannabe into Spice Up Your Life, and some smart men helped the Girls onto their cabs. They then SPED AROUND THE STADIUM with wind blowing in their lovely hair and danced and sang at the audience! We’ve even had reports that Victoria managed a (half) smile!
Jessie J, Tinie Tempah and Taio Cruz
Jessie J, Tinie Tempah and Taio Cruz arrived in the stadium on top of Bentleys, no less. Jessie sang Price Tag, Tinie Tempah sang Written in the Stars and Taio sang Dynamite. But that wasn't all. They got onto the centre stage looking like a really suave supergroup, singing and dancing to the Bee Gee's You Should Be Dancing. Jessie soon ditched the boys for some older models in the form of Queen, singing We Will Rock You to an ecstatic crowd and doing some Olympically serious air-guitar moves.
We don't know how Gary Barlow does it. After such horrible personal tragedy, he managed to get on stage with Take That and sing the epically great Rule The World. It's much more than professionalism that got him up there - the man's got a whole lot of inner strength. Lily Allen, who's suffered a similar experience, tweeted: "I don't know how Gary Barlow does it. #amazing. What a guy , seriously brave."