Strictly Come Dancing fans are speculating over one dance couples relationship after noticing their undeniable chemistry.Thee first live instalment of the BBC hit show's new series returned to screens last night and was watched by a staggering 6.2 million viewers.Despite being just one episode in, romance rumours are already circulating, particularly around couple Ellie Leach and partner Vito Coppola.On Saturday, the couple to to the stage to perform an electric Jive routine to the song 'Can't Tame Her' by Zara Larson.
Fans took to social media to comment on their obvious bond.This comes following a painful split for Ellie from her long-term boyfriend.
The 22 year-old also said goodbye to Coronation Street after gracing the cobbles for 12 years as Faye Windass.Vito was previously romantically involved with his dance partner from Italy's Strictly Come Dancing series in 2021, but it is understood that the 30-year-old is now single, Devon Live reports.The young dancer and his celebrity partner, Italian singer Arisa, got together after the show wrapped, however it has recently been reported that the pair have parted ways after a "rocky patch".
They are said to still be on good terms.Ellie and Vito were interviewed by The Sun earlier this week that reported they were easy to mistake for a married couple.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk
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