BBC Strictly Come Dancing's Bobby Brazier has promised to get 'more intense' with Dianne Buswell after their 'near kiss' last weekend on Strictly Come Dancing.
The pair made headlines over the weekend with their steamy Argentine Tango, which led to host Tess Daly gasping "oh my goodness me" when their routine ended in a passionate near-kiss.
Bobby hasn't been shy about his feelings for Dianne, previously declaring his love for her and the pair addressed their near-kiss on Good Morning Britain.
Speaking on the ITV breakfast show this morning, Bobby was asked about his favourite routine so far, revealing it was last week's Argentine Tango.
He said: "The choreographers were brilliant, the story, the intensity, it was brilliant." When Ed Balls quizzed him about the passionate Rhumba, Bobby teased: "Listen, I'm ready to turn it all the way up. I enjoy it."
However, Dianne shut down rumours about her and Bobby's relationship as she broke her silence on the kiss, saying: "The thing that I love is being able to tell a story. It's like acting. We did the dance the correct way if that's what's being said."
After their Argentine Tango, Tess quickly commented: "Oh my goodness me! We've seen a different side to you Bobby! You were in character mode there, weren't you?!"
Bobby replied: "I'm still there," as he tried to catch his breath. Tess responded: "Still in it! He's still in it, oh my goodness me. It's a modern take."
Speaking to Claudia Winkleman afterwards, Dianne added: "I could not do what I did out there without this amazing man behind it. He led me every step of the way and I felt so comfortable, so thank you Bobby for allowing me to do that."
The pair scored a total of 30 out of 40, including a disappointing 6 from Craig Revel Horwood.
Bobby recently shared about their close bond: "We spend so much time together [in rehearsals] all day every day together."
Dianne chimed in: "So if we didn't like each other, that would be an issue!"
Bobby confessed: "There are times when I don't like you, but then there are times that I love you. I think I'm getting better at working harder. You're rubbing off on me in certain ways and I'm rubbing off on you in certain ways and I think that's why last week went so well."
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