Strictly’s Gorka Marquez hits back at rumours he and Katie McGlynn don’t get on

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Strictly Come Dancing professional Gorka Marquez has fired back at claims that he and partner Katie McGlynn don't get on.

Setting the record straight regarding his relationship with the former Coronation Street star, Gorka was quick to shut down rumours that the pair weren't connecting.

Also addressing the rumours on social media was Katie, who took to social media to put to bed any speculation that the two don't get along.

This comes as the pair found themselves in the bottom two on Sunday night against Nina Wadia and Neil Jones, getting saved with three votes to one and remaining to dance in the series for another week.

Shortly after the dreaded dance off, Gorka posted on his Instagram proving his friendship and loyalty to Katie, as the professional dancer wrote: "Well… that was intense

"Not the best feeling to be in the Dance off but I couldn’t be prouder of you Katie McGlynn and how you gave your everything on that floor.

"Sorry to see Neil Jones and Nina Wadia leave they had so much to give to the show…

"Thank you to everybody who voted and supported us it means the world. We’ll keep working hard and giving our best."

He added: "And to those who think that we aren’t getting on keep thinking it."

Katie too took to her Instagram, posting to her 325,000 followers that she was "feeling lucky and humbled to still be in the show and to be performing with the best partner Gorka Marquez again next week!!"

Gorka replied to her post: “Partner!!! I am so proud of you!! LFG THIS WEEK!!"

Rumours of the two not getting on were fueled by their tense looks for the dance off, with some Strictly viewers convinced there was tension between the dancing duo.

One Strictly fan posted: “Gosh Gorka and Katie look tense with one another. I wonder do they even like one another.”

Another wrote: “Oh dear, I'm not digging the vibes from Gorka and Katie tonight.”

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