Strictly fans think one couple are ‘match made in heaven’ as fellow pro brands them a ‘gorgeous couple’


STRICTLY fans think that Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu are a ‘match made in heaven’.

They are currently dancing as a pair on this year’s series of the BBC One dance competition.

Strictly viewers think that Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu are a match made in heaven

Viewers of the BBC show think that Molly and Carlos have amazing chemistry

Molly, 21, and Carlos, 28 – who are currently sixth on the Strictly leader board – have certainly impressed the judges, as well as the British public with their moves over the past few weeks.

So much so that viewers of the hit show have pointed out their amazing on-screen chemistry – and even one co-star has branded them a “gorgeous couple”.

Many fans have commented on various Instagram posts to voice their opinion.

Pro dancer Katya Jones said on the social media platform: “What a gorgeous couple!!😍

Another added: “You are both so amazing to watch. A match made in heaven. True blessing 🔥❤ @gkx_carlos.”

“Molly and carlos. Wowisers didnt expect that chemistry,” a third confessed.

“chemistry 🧪 there between them,” a fourth commented.

It is not known if Molly is dating anyone at the moment.

Carlos also likes to keep his dating life underwraps.

Last weekend Molly and Carlos danced to Grange Hill’s theme tune to celebrate 100 years of the Beeb.

She was placed in the bottom two against comedian and actress Jayde Adams.

Luckily Molly made it through to the next week – however fans did predict that she could potentially have gone home.

The CBBC star revealed that she went to Sylvia Young Theatre School in London, where she learnt performing arts and dance.

Ahead of her performance, Molly returned to her secondary school and explained how lucky to have once studied there.

In the short segment, she told viewers: “Going to Sylvia Young Theatre School was such an amazing opportunity for me.

“It feels weird coming back because I remember my first day – I was so excited to be in a school where so many other kids loved to sing, loved to perform.”

But viewers were not impressed and are convinced it could land her in the bottom two.

One wrote: “Seems like a dangerous move to openly admits Molly went to stage school and might be a bit of a ringer. #StrictlyComeDancing”

Another posted: “Seeing that Molly went to theatre school might drop her into the bottom two. #Strictly”