Stars have fallen for one another backstage on many occasions, and even found love with stars coupled with other dancers. Celebrities and skaters have enjoyed everything from short lived flings to happy marriages after leaving the competition, with some still together years after appearing on the programme. But how many couples have met on the show? These are the stars that have fallen for each other on the programme down the years. The dancer fell for Hollyoaks actress Jennifer Metcalfe after pairing with her for the competition.
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Everyone expects celebrities to get together with their professional partners on Strictly Come Dancing — but it happens on Dancing on Ice sometimes too, with one pairing from the current series announcing that they are a couple already. Kev's a dad, too, so he gets it. He's been my best bud. Related: Dancing on Ice 's Ben Hanlin suffers rib injury ahead of show launch. Brianne has a 3-year-old daughter, while Kevin has two daughters aged 14 and 15, respectively. Kevin added that: "There was an attraction with Brianne the first time I met her. But it was way more than that.
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During the Olympics in Pyeongchang, however, everything is different; the couple recently opened up to. This promising pair took home the gold medal at the U. Championships but finished just short of the podium in the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Despite their clearly strong connection, partners Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue said they "hated each other" and were fierce competitors prior to coupling up on the ice in , according to an interview they did with. They were in a relationship for about two and a half years before calling it off—so they could focus on their performance on the ice, according to the NY Post.
SOCHI, Russia — Each ice dance and pairs figure skating team at the Olympics will have no more than seven minutes of ice time, if they are lucky, to prove to a panel of judges and the world that they are a single unit, a duo that can twizzle, trot and leap harmoniously as one. But year-round and off the ice, several teams have embarked on campaigns to project an image of unity. The result is a bounty of photographs, some shot and posed professionally, and a fire hose of social media images of the pairs palling around in a couple-y manner as extensions of the on-ice personas they hope will lead them to the podium.