The amiable couple were constantly at the centre of romance rumours during their time again on the show, and again whilst on the subsequent nationwide tour, which extreme last month.
Now, speaking at the TRIC Awards, she has insisted that it was all predilection water off a duck’s back.
“It actually really doesn’t matter what the genuineness is. People are going to come up with stories and then it’s going to die out,” she pull the plug oned Digital Spy.
“Me and Jay did get on really well, and I think as dancers we are quite close and touchy-feely. If I hand down get on with any other dancer, even if it’s a pro or a celeb, you would probably see something nearly the same because you spend so much time together.
“If you get on, you get on, you become incredibly finish friends and you’ve got a great friendship going on. People always want to speculate and they can say whatever they wish for to say – that’s fine.”
She added: “Me and Jay actually didn’t really caution at all what the pers were saying, because we know what’s steadfast. My husband knows what’s going on. That’s all that matters and when people craving to create stories that’s up to them, that’s cool, whatever.
“I don’t dream up people really know me as a person – which is great – but I really didn’t protection and the best thing was that Jay didn’t care and the even better clobber was that my husband didn’t care.
“We know the truth and we know how end our friendship was and what people don’t know is we would get all together three times a week at least, all of us. So whenever individual speculate and make up stories, we don’t care. We just let it run its course and just fall through just like anything else.”
Aliona is one of four dancers who has abandon the series ahead of its upcoming 2016 run.
Kristina Rihanoff, Tristan MacManus and Ola Jordan pre re also confirmed their exits.
Strictly Come Dancing exchanges to BBC One in September.