The 23-year-old, who is one of the favourites to win the BBC competition, has said that she and married dance partner Trent Whiddon go on double dates with their significant others.
According to the Evening Standard, Lott said of a romance between herself and Whiddon: "There's no chance of that - they all get on really well.
"Trent has met Oliver and we've met Trent's wife, and we all go out together all the time."
She added: "Everyone gets on really well. I think it has just made the experience even better."
A number of celebrities and professionals who have competed on the show have gone on to become an item in the past.
Kara Tointon and Artem Chigvintsev, Joe Calzaghe and Kristina Rihanoff, and Jimi Mistry and
The first Muslim family will appear in Coronation Street after its producer said it was "bizarre" it had never happened before.
ITV bosses confirmed on Monday that Weatherfield's first Muslim family would be based around the character of personal trainer Khalid "Kal" Nasir, played by former EastEnders star Jimi Mistry, who joined the 53-year-old soap last month.
A widower with two children, he will be joined on the cobbles by his relatives later this year.
Marc Anwar, who recently appeared alongside Tom Hanks in the Bafta-nominated film Captain Phillips, has already been cast as Kal's father Sharif, and soap bosses are looking to cast Kal's mother and his two children.
Producer Stuart Blackburn said: "Kal and his son and daughter live with his mum and dad, so we're going to
In anticipation to the start of the series, which runs up to Christmas, the first previews of the contestants rehearsing ahead of the live shows have already been released online.
But along with the conscientious training, tough competition - and, at times, chemistry - comes salacious speculation about romance between the celebrities and their dance partners.
Cast your beady eye back over the real (and reported) romances - from Joe and Kristina to Natasha and Brendan - throughout the series below.
Kara Tointon and Artem Chigvintsev
Kara and former dance partner Artem became an item when they teamed up together to win the series in 2010. The pair have since moved in together, although the former EastEnders star has previously said that the pair
My Life: The Burns Club
When she was a toddler, 12-year-old Holly was badly burned by hot fat from a chip pan. The accident left her with scars on her head, where no hair grows. However, placing tissue expanders, specially made balloons, beneath the scalp may help cover these bald patches. A moving and uplifting documentary follows Holly through her surgery, as well as introducing other children who have endured similar traumas, including Stephanie, 14, who nearly died in a fire and shares her experiences of dealing with bullying. Jonathan Wright
Live Football League
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No longer journo catnip now that the headline-courting Paolo Di Canio has departed as manager, Swindon Town are still an eye-catching proposition on the pitch.
From award-winning Us shows to fantastic British drama, we've rounded up the programmes you can't possibly afford to miss this week (we're nice like that, you see).
Just before we kick off proceedings, let us get sentimental for a moment and remind you to bid farewell to the iconic heart of the BBC with a special programme, Goodbye Television Centre on Friday (March 22) at 8.30pm. It's the end of an era!
The Syndicate: Tuesday (March 19) at 9pm on BBC One
Kay Mellor's endearing drama The Syndicate returns to BBC One on Tuesday night, with a slight change of scenery from last series's Leeds supermarket to a Bradford hospital, and a new set of intriguing characters, played by the likes of Alison Steadman and Jimi Mistry .
Everyone dreams of winning the lottery, and
With credits like The Mutant Chronicles and the as-yet-unproduced Paradise Lost adaptation (originally cast with Bradley Cooper and Benjamin Walker before the funding got pulled), as well as a whole host of uncredited rewrites on the likes of The Day The Earth Stood Still, and spec scripts for sequels to Alien and Blade Runner, he is a force to be reckoned with, both as a writer and as a director.
Stuart was kind enough to give me some of his time and discuss his career to date and his directing methods, as well as 3D, Stress and, er, Tripods…
Thanks for your time, Stuart. Let’s start with the
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