DANCING On Ice star Kem Cetinay has denied he is dating Scarlett Moffatt, insisting she is just a "good mate".
The reality pair set tongues wagging when Scarlett surprised fans by showing up to cheer him on in his first skate.
However, the Love Island star was quick to shoot down the rumours after a romance between them was suggested by his ex Amber Davies.
Taking to Twitter on Sunday night the 21-year-old reality hunk told his 526,000 followers: "Thanks to my good mate
@ScarlettMoffatt coming to support with Chris and my fam tonight."
Adding: "Sorry guys just mates she don’t do essex boys."
He posted the denial alongside a gif of the pair smiling and waving Scarlett's good luck sign around.
Scarlett also appeared to put herself firmly out of the romance stakes with the one-time Grime star, retweeting Kem's message.
The rumour mill went into meltdown on Sunday night after Kem's ex, Amber – who he appeared on Love Island with – seemed to suggest he was dating Scarlett.
As Kem skated onto the rink with partner Alex Murphy for their first dance, Scarlett, who split from her boyfriend Luke Crodden in October, was seen in the audience cheering him on.
This caused fans to question why she was there, with one tweeting: "Definitely something going on between Kem and Scarlett Moffatt #DancingOnIce"
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Amber immediately replied to this tweet saying: "You said it 😋"
She later posted: "I'm only human after all….. everyone deserves to be happy. ☺️🙏🏽"
Earlier in the day Scarlett had posted on Instagram her excitement at going to watch Kem on Dancing On Ice.
She first posted a picture of herself looking glam, saying: "All ready for dancing on ice ❄️⛸ (thanks to @carolinemariataylor make up skills ha!) #dancingonice #selfie #ready"
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