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Una Healy has added fuel to claims that her Saturdays bandmate Mollie King is dating her dance partner AJ Pritchard.

The pair’s sizzling chemistry was picked up last weekend when they took on the Salsa, with the both the stars thought to be single.

The former couple initially met in 2006 through Joey Lawrence, Matthew’s brother and a contestant on the third season of .

“Matt is very supportive and he always wants to make sure that we keep in contact and we’re always on the phone, making sure that everything’s okay.

When the conversation turned to the controversy that Morris has faced over her casting, with some saying her dance experience (including performing backup for Beyoncé) gives her an unfair advantage on the show, Burgess disagreed with the detractors, asking, "Where is the rule that says [the contestants] can't have dance experience? Burgess told ET that she's taken this year to find herself again after years of being a "serial monogamist". " She doesn't dwell on it too much though, saying that she's a pretty good judge of character and quick to tell if someone is dating her for the wrong reasons.

Burgess also joked that her single status may have played in her favor when producers were casting this season.

Now he's right up there in the front." The dancer said it's really important as the pro to become friends with both your partner and their significant other.

Using her partnership with Hinchcliffe and his girlfriend, actress Becky Dalton, as an example, Burgess explained that she would have conversations with Dalton to make sure that she was comfortable.

She keeps in touch with all three, still texting and catching up on Face Time calls occasionally.

"The producers like to create storylines," she explained.

"[Audiences] like the couple that maybe might fight a little bit, the couple that's going to flirt a little bit, the brother/sister love, and the couple that's going to do amazing choreography." As far as the process of pairing the couples, Burgess speculated that "[the producers] put all of our photos on a big board somewhere, and talk about us as people, and probably psychoanalyze us, and figure out how they can get stories out of us. We never know how they do it." While Burgess admits that it sometimes seems like the producers don't get the pairings quite right, she's been lucky with their choices for her.

According to Burgess, her former partner was the fastest in the group to pick up the new moves and the other members told her that they attribute his newfound confidence on the dance floor to her.

Burgess explained, "[Nick] wanted to feel like he was a better dancer, because he always felt like he got pushed to the back because he wasn't [a good dancer].