Mollie King isn't looking for love on Strictly Come Dancing
- Bang Showbiz
- 1 September 2017
Mollie King is adamant she won't intentionally look for love while competing on 'Strictly Come Dancing' this year because she just wants to focus on the dance routines and her competition
Mollie King isn't "looking for a relationship" on 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The Saturdays singer - who split from her on/off boyfriend David Gandy last year - can't wait to slip into her sequinned frocks and bust a move on the ballroom and latin show later this month but she has admitted, although the programme has a track record of kick starting romances, she's not planning on falling for anyone on screen.
Speaking to The Sun's Dan Wootton in a Facebook Q&A, she said: "There is obviously a track record of people finding love on 'Strictly...', but I've got too much to focus on.
"I'm not really that girl who's looking for a relationship, so I wouldn't be looking for it any more on 'Strictly...' than I would if I was on a night out with my girlfriends. I just want to enjoy the whole razzle dazzle of it and hopefully learn to dance a bit more sexier."
But the 30-year-old beauty has also sparked rumours that love is in the air after she was spotted getting cosy to her fellow competitor Holby City's Joe McFadden.
She joked: "We've already got two 'Strictly...' WhatsApp groups on the go. Somebody sent that pic of me and Joe and said, 'Guys, you didn't tell us there was a romance.' I said, 'Joe, you didn't tell me either, what's happening?' We were in hysterics. It was hilarious that everyone was saying we were flirting.
"When we came off stage we both thought we hadn't done enough and we should have done more moves, but the pictures looked like we are having a really intense conversation. It's nothing, but he is completely lovely."
Mollie is just looking forward to learning some new dance routines and has admitted even if she doesn't make the final, she will enjoy every moment of the competition.
She explained: "What's not to love?
"You get a cheeky spray tan and glitzed up ready to razzle dazzle."