Everyone’s hoping this reality TV couple hooks up

Everyone’s hoping this reality TV couple hooks up

TV’s hottest showmance is heating up the dance flooring.

Queens native Genessy Castillo, 18, is combating for a spot among the many high 4 finalists on Season 15 of “So You Suppose You Can Dance.” Her abilities as a flexible modern dancer (she skilled on the LaGuardia Excessive Faculty of Music & Artwork and Performing Arts in NYC) have earned her a spot among the many high six contenders. However the judges — and the Twitterverse — can’t cease speaking concerning the chemistry she has with Ukrainian hip-hop dancer Slavik Pustovoytov.

“I do know you guys have been out of your consolation zone, however that was simply so lovely, and your connection . . . I ship you,” gushed choose Vanessa Hudgens on an episode earlier this month, utilizing the time period “ship” to imply that she needs the pair have been in a romantic relationship.

Nonetheless, Castillo says she and Pustovoytov should not a couple — regardless of having an plain spark.

“We’re not courting,” Castillo tells The Put up. “[But] it’s not not there, you recognize what I imply?”

She says she doesn’t learn fan feedback concerning the duo’s imagined love life, however Pustovoytov does.

“We speak about it on a regular basis,” she says of the social-media hypothesis. “It’s actually humorous as a result of we’re so genuinely shut like that. We are able to speak about it and chuckle about it. It’s cute; it’s actually cute.”

As Castillo competes Monday evening for a spot within the finals, she’s enthusiastic about what she’d do within the occasion of a first-place end. The winnings embody a $250,000 money prize and the title of America’s Favourite Dancer.

“I’d positively come again house and simply hug my dad and mom, then return to my house studio and simply speak about my expertise,” she says. “However with the cash? I need to journey and go to different studios … and choreograph. Once I’m older, I need to be a choreographer, to simply be capable of educate and to share.”

“So You Suppose You Can Dance” airs Mondays at eight p.m. on Fox.


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