If this man is Prime Minister I will leave the UK. This man is not Great Britain. This is Russell Brand in a chuffing suit #Battle4Number10— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) March 26, 2015
Well, as if hoping to sway today's election outcome, she has confirmed it.
"I have no problem at all standing by my guns," she wrote in The Sun on polling day. "Ed will not get the most votes this evening and by tomorrow we will find out Cameron is the true winner of this election campaign.
"I am saying Dave will win, and with the help of the Lib Dems, a seat or two from Farage and the odd straggling MP here or there – he will break through the threshold needed to keep his kit at Number 10.
"And if I am wrong, then so be it. I stand by my promise and I will leave the UK.
— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) May 7, 2015ADVERTISEMENT
"I will leave the country and head for one of the poorest countries on the planet – because that is what Great Britain will turn into under Red Ed."
No doubt a few swing voters who aren't so fond of Hopkins might think twice before ticking the Tory box tonight after reading this.
Including, it would appear, her own husband...
Bloody hell. my husband voted Labour in the hope I leave the country. Little sod @TheSunNewspaper— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) May 7, 2015
Despite the former 'Apprentice' star's comments, the polls between the two main parties are virtually neck-and-neck with the final poll of polls putting the Tories just 0.1% ahead of Labour.
Ms. Hopkins, if you're reading this, you can follow all the action live on HuffPost UK's live blog.
GENERAL ELECTION 2015