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Strictly's Dianne Buswell breaks silence on Joe Sugg split fears after fighting back tears on live show

Strictly's Dianne Buswell breaks silence on Joe Sugg split fears after fighting back tears on live show

Dianne Buswell and Joe Sugg both shared posts dedicated to each other over the weekend.

Strictly Come Dancing pro Dianne Buswell has broken her silence on rumours claiming that she's split from Joe Sugg after fighting back tears after Saturday’s live show.

Dianne, 34, and Bobby Brazier, 20, took to the floor once again last weekend to perform a Tango to David Bowie's hit, 'Fashion'.

During the post-performance interview with Claudia Winkleman on Saturday (14 October), Bobby said: "Just emotional. It's been so so emotional all week."

And a tearful Dianne added: "He has just been a massive rock this week, so thank you."

This led some fans to speculate whether there were problems in her relationship with former Strictly Come Dancing contestant Joe Sugg, who she fell in love with after they were paired together in 2018.

One person wrote that the show 'really tests relationships', while another commenter said that they thought the energy for both of them was 'off'.

However, on Sunday (15 October), Dianne quickly put the rumours to bed by reassuring her fans that all is well between her and Joe.

And she did so by sharing a video of him watching her dance routine on the telly and praising how good she was.

“LOVED IT. INCREDIBLE,” he wrote alongside a heart emoji. He also tagged both Dianne and Bobby in the post.

Joe Sugg made a roast on Sunday.

Later on, the Australian dancer posted a video on her Instagram Stories of Joe cooking a delicious Sunday roast for the two of them.

She then reposted a picture he had taken of her smiling next to her hearty plate, where he quipped: "'These are the best roast potatoes I've ever eaten in my life, Joe you are the best roaster of the potato the world's ever seen, I love you so much more than I even did before!'"

Dianne then replied: "It's the best roasted potatoes I have ever had."

At the start of the series, Bobby, who is the son of the late Jade Goody and TV presenter Jeff Brazier, impressed the judges when he danced the Foxtrot to McFly's "All About You" with Dianne.

Dianne Buswell was very pleased with the roast.

During his performance, he was supported by his dad, Jeff, who wept with pride from the studio audience.

And this isn't the first time we've seen the former Shipwrecked star overcome with emotion when it comes to fatherly pride.

Earlier this month, Jeff made headlines when he broke down in tears while watching Bobby be presented with the Rising Star Award at the National Television Awards for his portrayal of Freddie Slater on Albert Square.

Featured Image Credit: BBC

Topics: Strictly Come Dancing, BBC, Bobby Brazier, TV And Film