Strictly fans spot ‘love brewing’ between Tilly Ramsay and her dance partner

Fans of Strictly Come Dancing reckon that there may be a romance brewing between Tilly Ramsay and her professional dance partner Nikita Kuzmin.

The 19-year-old daughter of TV chef Gordon Ramsay and the 23-year-old Ukrainian dancer put on a stunning display during the first live show of the series on Saturday.

The pair performed a Waltz to Camila Cabello's song Consequences, and Tilly was even compared to Elsa from Frozen as she moved about the dance floor in a flowing frock, reports the Daily Record.

Some fans reckoned that the pair looked like one another. Others thought that there was chemistry between them, and joked that Tilly's famously feisty dad would not be best pleased.

One person noted on Twitter: "Mega sparks between Tilly and Nikita #Strictly #StrictlyComeDancing."

Someone else questioned: "Do I sense a romance brewing here??? #SCD #Strictly #StrictlyComeDancing."

"I really want Tilly and Nikita to get together, purely for the look on Gordon Ramsay’s face when she brings him home #Strictly," another laughed.

A fourth suggested: "Nikita and tilly together by week 4 calling it now xxxx #Strictly."

And final person said: "The way Tilly was looking at her partner in that clip then! Totally fancies him. #strictly."

Tilly and Nikita got a total score of 21 and looked absolutely thrilled as fans noticed Tilly's mum Tana watching on tearfully.

One fan said: "Aww Tilly Ramsay’s performance was so sweet. And her mum tearing up with pride. Also she looks beautiful. Loving this series already!"

Tilly had also received a loving message of support from her Hell's Kitchen star dad ahead of her dancing debut.

On Instagram he wrote: "Wishing these two the very best of luck ahead of tonight’s LIVE dance @tillyramsay @nikita__kuzmin @bbcstrictly. So proud of you Tills, love you from your dance coach extraordinaire Dad."

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