Sabrina and Mark on whether they’re dating: “Yes, no. Or are we?”

Recently eliminated Dancing with the Stars 5 couple Sabrina Bryan and her partner Mark Ballas may be more than just dancing partners.

Among the evidence: Appearing on Good Morning America after being eliminated, they were holding hands–or more correctly, Mark was holding Sabrina’s hand in his lap throughout the whole interview.

While Mark didn’t speak, Sabrina said, “It’s only the beginning for him and I, we are going to come back stronger than ever,” she said. That would strongly suggest that they’re dating, as many have suspected.

But they’re not ready to commit to it yet. Appearing on Ryan Seacrest’s radio show, Sabrina and Mark were asked directly if they were dating. “In unison they sputtered, “Yes, no. Or are we?'” according to Extra.

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