Strictly viewers convinced Ranvir Singh snogged Giovanni Pernice in steamy Argentine Tango

STRICTLY Come Dancing viewers were convinced Ranvir Singh snogged Giovanni Pernice in their steamy Argentine Tango.

The Good Morning Britain presenter, 43, turned up the heat for the first Argentine Tango of the series.

While she dazzled the judges with her moves, it was the ending that caught the attention of fans – who were convinced they kissed.

The pair ended their steamy dance by moving their faces close to each other.

One fan said: "Ranvir couldn’t have gotten closer to Giovanni if they tried! Wow they basically kissed #Strictly"

A second added: "Ranvir wow think she was really lost in the moment. I honestly thought she’d kiss him at the end. Fantastic #Strictly"

A third remarked: "now that’s what you call intimate. ranvir and giovanni absolutely slayed argentine tango"

Ranvir scored a massive 27 points, putting her in joint second place with Maisie Smith and Gorka Marquez.

Craig Revel Horwood gave her an eight, Shirley Ballas gave a nine, and Anton Du Beke gave a ten.

This comes as the single mum denied there was anything going on between the pair after head judge Shirley Ballas pointed out their 'flirting' on the show and her Good Morning Britain co-star Susanna Reid said she hoped the rumours were true.

Viewers had also been convinced that love was blossoming between Ranvir and Giovanni after spotting sizzling chemistry between them on the dance floor.

She told the Mirror: “We both find the idea that we might get hit by the curse very funny – he is a 30-year-old man!”

Backing her up, her Strictly co-star Jamie Laing revealed Ranvir can't stand Giovanni at the end of a hard day's training.

He added: "I was talking to Ranvir the other day, who's just wonderful, and she said 'at the end of the day I HATE Giovanni. Hate him'.

"They have such a funny relationship, like brother and sister. He is so competitive and she is so laid back and it makes him furious. It's hilarious. I just don't see how the curse can happen."

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