Vanessa Bauer says she gets why her DOI partners’ girlfriends worry about her

Dancing on Ice beauty Vanessa Bauer has opened up on understanding why the girlfriends of her male partners on the ITV show worry about her.

Vanessa, 24, has faced swirling rumours about herself after three of her celeb skating partners have gone through splits after being partnered with her.

Speaking about the speculation, Vanessa has said she gets why girlfriends worry about her, and she believes her sexy routines could be part of the reason.

She knows that the steamy performances can rile the girlfriends of her partners while they're watching at home, but she insists it's all part of the show.

Talking to The Sun, Vanessa said: "I can understand why my partners’ girlfriends find it difficult.

"We spend so much time together rehearsing – but I’m professional, and I can’t stress that enough.

"We’re telling a story on the ice, and it’s nothing more than that, but you have to try to come across as genuine."

She added: "It’s a performance but it’s created to make the love story real for the audience. We are acting on the ice.

"I never want to know the ins and outs of my partners’ romantic relationships. It’s their business. When my partners have split from their girlfriends I doubt it’s got anything to do with me."

Vanessa has been previously accused of being at the centre of a "love triangle" between her parter Joe Warren-Plant, who stars on Emmerdale, and his girlfriend Nicole Hadlow, something which she has denied.

Before that, her partner Jake Quickenden split from Daniella Fogarty only a month after appearing on the show with Vanessa back in 2018.

The next year, Vanessa got on the wrong side of Megan Barton Hanson after being partnered with Wes Nelson, as Megan accused her of being cold and standoffish with her.

Megan and Wes split while Wes was still partnered with Vanessa, and the pair denied that anything romantic was going on between them.

Dancing on Ice returns on January 17 at 6pm on ITV.

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