Strictly’s Molly Rainford banned from dating by her co-star amid curse rumours

Strictly Come Dancing star and children’s TV star Molly Rainford confirmed her co-star has banned her from dating while she’s appearing on the BBC show.

Molly, 21, revealed that her professional dance partner Carlos Gu told her to stay away from romance while she’s busy with rehearsals in a bid to win the coveted Glitterball trophy.

Confessing all to The Mirror, Molly confirmed: “Carlos told me, ‘You can’t be skipping any rehearsals to go on dates.’

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“So I don't have any time for romance.”

It comes after Molly was linked to both Tyler West – who was eliminated from the programme during Blackpool Week – and pro dancer Nikita Kuzmin behind the scenes.

But she has denied both rumours, explaining: “Tyler is a lovely boy. We all get on really well. But we are just training and working hard.”

She also denied growing close to Nikita in a romantic capacity, explaining: “Nikita and I are just friends.

“I think because we are a similar age we just get on really well. I’m not looking for love. I’m definitely concentrating on work. I wouldn’t have any time to date at this point. I am way too busy.

“Carlos is saying no. He wants me in the rehearsal room with no distractions. To be honest I’m just ready to go in that direction and have no distractions.”

Molly told MailOnline that any behind-the-scenes passion has been “very boring” after initial reports emerged of a potential Strictly curse striking.

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She also confessed to the publication that there’s no bad blood behind the scenes, explaining: “It's so funny because everyone gets asked ‘oh what's the gossip? Who doesn't get on?’ and I say honestly it's everything they say about the Strictly family, we all get on really well.

“I just think it's so random, I love how people try to find it when it's not happening, it is quite funny, I think maybe because we get on so well they mistake for something else but it's genuinely that everyone is really really good friends.”

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