Strictly Come Dancing star HRVY has expressed interest in going on a date with his competitor Maisie Smith when the show is over, adding that at the moment, his main focus is to ‘concentrate on the dancing’.
While this year’s contestants on Strictly have had to remain separated from one another, forming support bubbles with their professional dance partners as part of Covid-19 safeguarding measures, that hasn’t stopped rumours from swirling regarding potential romances among the cast.
Singer HRVY previously ruled out a potential romance with Eastenders actor Maisie, describing her as a ‘really good friend’ of his.
However, love could potentially blossom when the show is over, HRVY, 21, hinted in a recent interview.
The musician said that he believes at some point in the near future, he and Maisie, 19, could hit the town for some wining and dining.
‘I’m sure at one point, when we can, Maisie and I will go out for dinner,’ he said.
‘I’m pretty sure she’s single too. I haven’t actually asked, but if we ever go for a meal, I’ll make sure I check first.’
Nonetheless, while Strictly continues, HRVY has his eyes fixed firmly on the Glitterball Trophy.
‘It’s dancing first – then love and fun afterwards,’ he told The Sun.
‘I’ll be in my prime and ready. Maisie’s an amazing girl, very beautiful, but for now I’m just going to concentrate on the dancing because I fancy getting to the final.’
HRVY added that he ‘won’t kiss anyone’, what with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, stating: ‘I definitely have not kissed Maisie.’
Maisie previously showed interest in HRVY, describing him as ‘beautiful-looking’.
‘I have only seen him for a couple of hours a week so I am still enjoying getting to know him,’ she told The Sun.
‘I don’t know what would happen in the future, but for now we are getting along really well as friends.’
Both Maisie and HRVY have impressed on the dancefloor throughout this year’s Strictly, with the latter achieving a 10 for his Salsa last week with his professional partner Janette Manrara.
Strictly Come Dancing continues tonight at 7.15pm on BBC One.
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