Giovanni Pernice still in touch with ex Georgia May Foote
- Bang Showbiz
- 15 March 2017
Giovanni Pernice has revealed he doesn't have any hard feelings with his ex-girlfriend Georgia May Foote as they are still in touch
Giovanni Pernice has stayed in contact with his ex-girlfriend Georgia May Foote.
The 26-year-old professional dancer and the 26-year-old actress split in August 2015 after getting together on BBC's 'Strictly Come Dancing', but the dark-haired hunk has admitted he is still in touch with the brunette beauty, as well as his dance partner during the competition Laura Whitmore, because he thinks it would be a "shame" not having them both in his life.
Speaking on ITV's 'Lorraine' on Wednesday (15.04.17), he said: "I'm still in touch with Georgia and Laura [Whitmore] as well.
"I mean you spend so much time with people, it's a shame just to finish everything ... like, you know."
However, Giovanni has claimed he is nothing more than just friends with Georgia as he has moved on and has reportedly started dating her former 'Coronation Street' co-star Katie McGlynn, who plays Sinead Tinker in the longstanding soap.
Speaking previously about the Italian choreographer's love life, a separate source said: "They went for dinner and the cinema, and had a night partying with some of his pals in London. There was a lot of chemistry between them."
Meanwhile, Georgia is smitten with her new beau George Alsford, who she went public with in January this year.
Following Giovanni and Georgia's split the Manchester-born star threw herself back into her work to get over their break up.
At the time, she said: "I'm quite a private person so I just get on with life, I've always said that my job is the most important thing in my life and my family. My family are happy and healthy and I'm working on a great show.
"I've literally thrown myself into it completely. It's been such a great experience and I'm lucky that I've got it right now, I think, to do - to keep me busy. I just kind of get on with life, I don't really listen [to what's being said]."