Strictly Come Dancing star Molly Rainford has brushed aside rumors of a behind-the-scenes romance after she was linked to two different stars on the BBC show.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline with her dance partner Carlos Gu, the CBBC star said this year’s line-up has been “very boring” due to the behind-the-scenes passion after reportedly becoming close to Nikita Kuzmin and Tyler West.
Molly, who will be dancing the rumba this weekend, also hinted that her rendition of the quintessentially romantic dance will be “more emotional than sexy” and pay homage to relationships with loved ones.
Not the case! Strictly Come Dancing star Molly Rainford has brushed aside rumors of a behind-the-scenes romance after she was linked to two different stars on the BBC show
When asked about the infamous Strictly curse, Molly told MailOnline: “It’s so funny because everyone gets like, ‘Oh what’s the gossip? WER doesn’t get along’ and I’ll be honest, it’s all they say about the strict family, we all get along really well.
“I have a dressing room that’s Fleur, she’s become like a big sister. I think because she’s done the bottom two a few times, we have each other to talk about and move on together, which is nice.
“I just find it so random, I love how people try to find it when it’s not happening, it’s quite funny, I think because we get along so well they might be confusing it with something else, but it’s really like everybody’s really really good friends.’
Speaking of which, the CBBC star spoke exclusively to MailOnline with her dance partner Carlos Gu and said this year’s line-up has been “very boring” due to the passion backstage.
As the former Britain’s Got Talent star was grilled at the prospect of a behind-the-scenes romance, he added: “No! We’re a very boring series in that respect!’
It comes after Molly started dating Strictly pro Nikita Kuzmin after the pair put on a cozy show at the National Television Awards.
It was also reported last month that singer Tyler West had become close, with sources claiming the pair were “putting on a flirty show backstage.”
After not getting eliminated in last week’s dance-off, Molly and Carlos will take to the stage on Saturday with a rumba to Whitney Houston’s All The Man That I Need.
Truth: She said, “I just think it’s so random, I love how people try to find it when it’s not happening, it’s pretty funny.”
Discussing how the training for the show went, she said: “The training is going well, it’s definitely harder than I thought the rhumba was going to be, I think because it’s slow it’s a bit sneaky .”
While the rumba has previously earned the title The Dance Of Love, both Molly and Carlos stated that their routine will be an ode to emotional relationships over filled with passion.
“It’s a little funny, but obviously Carlo was trying to explain to me with dance that you have to think about it, you’re this character that’s not about Molly and Carlos, so I’m really trying to use my acting experience I got over that initial awkwardness,” she said.
“We kind of took this from a different angle, it doesn’t have to be about a relationship in that regard, it’s about your relationship with your mum, your dad, your parents, your siblings, whoever means a lot to you, a best friend , so let’s try to take it from that angle.’
Coming soon: Molly, who will be dancing the rumba this weekend, also hinted that her rendition of the quintessentially romantic dance will be “more emotional than sexy”.
Carlos added, “Because we see this dance as a more emotional dance than a sexual dance. Instead of the sexual dance, it’s more about telling the story through our bodies to each other rather than being sexy so people back home can feel the story with us.
‘We’re going to tell you a story, everyone has had someone in their life that we want to convey this message to.’
During Sunday’s results show, Molly broke down in tears when she learned she would be attending the dance-off, and the star has now admitted it’s hit harder this week despite being in the same place previously.
She told MailOnline: “You know what, it was a shame to be in the dance off because we really loved that dance and we had such a good time on Saturday so it was pretty tough to be in the dance off be.
“But this time it was easier to calm down because as much as it was a shock to be there, we’ve been there before, so I was like, ‘Oh, ok, instead of taking it like that,’ which I did nice found from did last time.
Tough: Molly, who broke down in tears after landing in the dance-off, also told MailOnline it was “pretty tough” after enjoying her uplifting foxtrot
“I let the nerves get the better of me in the dance-off the week after, but this time I really tried to forget it and start the week with a clean slate.
“It helps, but this is such an important dance for Carlos, it means he has complete faith in this dance, so that puts my mind at ease a little bit more, which is really nice.
“It’s such a fun moment, you never know how you’re going to react to it, at first I was a little ‘ok, here we go’ and after talking to the judges I was like ‘no, that can’t be him! ”
“But I’m having the best time with it and having the best time being tutored by Carlos so it was just sad but I managed to wipe the tears, shake them off and just get going and I’m grateful I just have to.” perform such a beautiful dance again.’
Candid: She said, “I let nerves get the best of me in the dance-off the week after, but this time I really tried to forget it and start this week on a clean slate.”
Molly also teased the second series of her space adventure Nova Jones, which began last month on CBBC and BBC iPlayer.
She said: “The second series has a lot more crazy Nova looks that I’m so excited for and no two looks are quite the same.
“Lots more great music, some really really good tunes this season and there are so many more guest appearances and guest characters who are so excited, just more of everything really!”
And while Molly had already wrapped up filming series two when she began her Strictly training, she revealed Carlos was coming along for launch night of the show.
He said: “It was the first time I saw it and I was laughing the whole time. It’s so funny and so much fun to see a different side of Molly.
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday at 18:55 on BBC One and iPlayer. Nova Jones is available on BBC iPlayer and airs Saturdays at 9:05am on BBC Two.
It is here! Molly also teased the second series of her space adventure Nova Jones, which began last month on CBBC and BBC iPlayer
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