Strictly’s Carols Gu blasts GMB host after romance probe

Strictly: Molly Rainford reveals she warned Carlos about mash potato

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Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu took some time away from their busy training schedule to appear on the latest instalment of Good Morning Britain. As they were discussing their upcoming routine to Kate Bush’s Running Up That Hill for Halloween Week, ITV hosts Adil Ray and Charlotte quizzed the pair about any blossoming romances within the line-up. 

During the interview, Adil demanded to hear some “backstage gossip” and asked, “who was flirting with who”. 

Molly replied: “It’s such a tight-knit group and I think you guys will know everyone is so close, we have Friday night take away and the professionals are so lovely.” 

Adil pushed: “Are there dramas though? There must be tantrums?”

Molly denied any romances or dramas, telling Adil: “I think that will come later in the competition.” 

Co-host Charlotte Hawkins then asked if anyone was “cosying up” but Carlos replied: “I think it is too early to talk about that.” 

Elsewhere in the interview, Molly revealed how important it was for her family to attend the live Strictly Come Dancing shows. 

Her parents are in the audience every weekend to cheer her on from the sidelines. 

Molly explained: “I’ve had them in the audience since the launch show and I feel like they are my safety blanket now. 

“If they are not there I feel like there is something wrong, so they have to be there.” 

Earlier this week, Molly admitted she was disappointed by the judges’ feedback last weekend. 

She and Carlos performed their routine to the theme tune from Grange Hill to mark the BBC’s 100th anniversary. 

Judge Anton Du Beke told Molly he thought her dance was a bit “safe” as the rest of the panel admitted it wanted more from her. 

Molly explained: “I completely get what they were saying, I guess with the theme tune and everything, it wasn’t as exciting as most of our dances have been.”

Molly competed against Jayde Adams in the dance-off with all four judges unanimously wanting to save the 21-year-old presenter. 

Sharing a video of their performance on Instagram, Molly wrote: “I can’t tell you how grateful I am to still be here. 

“That was not a good feeling but I think the comments were fair and I definitely have a lot of work to do.”

The remaining 11 couples will be dancing this weekend for the spooky special. 

This weekend, Tony Adams is set to scare Arsenal fans when he dresses up as a red devil for the spooky special. 

The former footballer will reportedly transform into the mascot of rivals Manchester United for his Quickstep with Katya Jones, according to The Mirror. 

Tony played for Arsenal and England and was the captain of both teams. 

Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday at 6.30pm on BBC One.

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