AJ Odudu has paid tribute to rumoured love interest and dance partner Kai Widdrington in a gushing interview.
The TV host, 33, says the “beautiful” professional, 26, will be in her life “forever” when their journey on the BBC1 show comes to an end.
Although A.J. and Kai declined to confirm if they were together, their sizzling chemistry during impressive performances wowed audiences and judges alike, sparking rumors that they were more than just dance partners and friends.
But the 33-year-old said she hadn’t been flirted with at all since she appeared on Strictly and said her direct messages on Instagram were “dry”.
“I have not received a single direct message from a potential groom, this is not happening,” complained AJ.AJ and Kai’s chemistry amazed viewers
The microphones caught Kai’s declaration of love after they finished dancing as he picked her up and whispered in her ear, “I love you so much.”
A.J. praised the 26-year-old dancer, who, in her words, was “a real gentleman” and will forever remain in her life.
AJ and Kai have refused to confirm if they are dating
“We’re just having a great time. He is a family man, he is the one who takes care of his family, his friends. He is a real gentleman. He’s really, really, “she said, adding that Kai was also” kind, funny and patient. “
AJ said she is calling her mom before the concert on Saturday, as her professional dance partner is calling her parents, grandfather and brother.
“I feel like we share the same ethic … I feel like a part of his family,” she added fondly.
AJ keeps an eye on the prize
And AJ keeps an eye on the prize as she hopes to make it to the Strictly Come Dancing finals next weekend, performing two dances during a live show on Saturday
And AJ has her eyes on the prize, as she’s hoping to make it through to the Strictly Come Dancing final next weekend, after performing two dances during the live show on Saturday.
She said it would mean ‘everything’ if they were able to life the glitterball trophy, and she was ‘getting butterflies just thinking about it’