But the Love Island winner says she and partner Davide Sanclimenti aren't going to let tabloid speculation get in the way of their loved-up life.
The 28-year-old told Mail Online that she's saying "see you later to the curse", with her Dancing On Ice experience having had the opposite effect on her relationship thus far.
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"I'm saying boring to the idea of that [the curse] because it has made our relationship a lot stronger," said Ekin-Su.
She added: "This show has made us stronger, made us love each other more because I've got this passion, I've got this quality that I'm always doing something I love and that's really attractive for a person anyway."
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Ekin-Su has been paired up with pro skater Brendyn Hatfield for the series and teased in an interview with the Mirror that she wouldn't be holding back in her routines.
She said: "My performance is quite sexy. Davide is going to love that.
"He’s not jealous. He’ll sit there and enjoy me being sexy, even if it’s with another guy. He’s like: ‘Wow…that’s my girl’.”
Ekin-Su is the latest Love Island star to take to the ice on the ITV competition show, fresh from winning the dating show in the summer of 2022.
Islanders have a great run of success on Dancing On Ice, with Kem Cetinay, Wes Nelson and Maura Higgins all finishing near the top of their respective series.
Ekin-Su will compete against the likes of John Fashanu, Joey Essex and drag queen The Vivienne when Dancing On Ice 2023 begins this weekend.
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