Emotions hit hard.

It's been a week since Channing Tatum and Jessie J called it quits (They're still friends!), but it wasn't until last night that Jessie let her fans know exactly how she felt about the breakup. Unsurprisingly, she's not having a great time, but getting the emotions out there could just be what she needs to do to work through it all.

"Delayed emotions are....well....Not so fun," she wrote on her Instagram Story.

E! News notes that the two had been dating for over a year and adds that while they're no longer together, things are cordial and they've managed to keep their friendship intact. While neither party has confirmed the updated relationship status, sources confirmed to E! that they split.

"Channing Tatum and Jessie J broke up about a month ago," a source told Us Weekly. "They are still really close and still good friends."

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Jessie's introspection comes hours after news broke that Tatum was spotted on dating app Raya. According to E!, a friend suggested that he get online and try his luck there.

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"He's been on Raya for a few weeks. He would love to be dating someone and is not shy about it," a source told E! News. "He wants to have fun again and he doesn't care if he meets someone online, a set up or just walking down the street. A friend suggested Raya and he felt like he had nothing to lose by joining."

Cosmopolitan notes that his profile reads, "And yes, I used to be a stripper. Sorry," alongside a shrugging emoji and his song is D'Angelo's "Brown Sugar." Those familiar with Raya know that it's a place for actors, artists, and musicians — all those crazy creative-types, really — to meet each other. What's the likelihood that Tatum and Jessie run into each other on that particular platform? It's not impossible, but let's just hope it doesn't come down to that.