Poor Dougie Poynter! Has Frankie Sandford dumped him again?

47489, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - Sunday November 14, 2010. The Saturdays singer Frankie Sandford makes her way through the crowds as she leaves the Whisky Mist nightclub in the early hours of the morning. Photograph: PacificcCoastNews.com

A second report has backed up the rumours that Frankie Sandford has dumped boyfriend Dougie Poynter  – again!

The Saturdays star is said to have dumped the McFly bassist for the second time in less than a year, leaving him ‘devastated’.

According to the Daily Mail, the 22-year-old Saturdays singer was being consoled in the London club last night by her former S Club Junior bandmate and model Aaron Renfree.

Frankie reportedly ended her 18-month relationship with Dougie last week and a friend of the star told Metro: “Dougie is devastated. He didn’t see it coming at all and still doesn’t know why.”

“They were planning to settle down and were actually house hunting. It’s the second time Frankie has done this after she dumped him in February but came back in tears and said she made a mistake.”

@AaronRenfree tweeted earlier today saying: “Great night at Whisky Mist with Great night at Whisky Mist with @FrankieTheSats @ollyofficial @JLSOfficial…” and then later in the day saying: “Moseying on home… Still buzzing from ydays happenings haha.”

Frankie and Dougie were seen together on TV on Friday for the Children In Need Strictly Come Dancing, however this was a pre-record from over a week ago.

Just three days ago it was reported that Dougie was waiting for Frankie to propose.

He told BANG Showbiz: “I’m waiting for her to ask me. We’re new school. We wait for the women to ask us. I’ll have a big diamond please!”

We don’t have Dallas Austin to blab this time, although the pair have been awfully quiet on Twitter…

It is said that Aaron DID confirm the split via Twitter, but this tweet can no longer be found.

LONDON - NOVEMBER 24:  British pop group 'S Club Juniors' perform at the Smash Hits Poll Winners Party 2002 at the London Docklands Arena on November 24, 2002 in London. (Photo by Dave Hogan/Getty Images)