Sharna Burgess and Bonner Bolton have shut down rumors of a romance.

Despite there being obvious chemistry between the duo on Dancing With The Stars and looking cozy on a recent night out, both insist they're still single.

The 29-year-old bull rider and 31-year-old Australian native spoke with on Friday about their instant connection.

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Single, ready to mingle? Dancing With The Stars partners Sharna Burgess and Bonner Bolton recently told Entertainment Tonight on Friday that they are both single, despite their spark

The Texas native told ET: 'I'm not [dating anyone],' and added that he is '100 percent' single and 'full on' available.'

Sharna also echoed: 'I am absolutely single.' 

However, the dancing duo did admit to how much fun they're having together on the ABC dancing competition series.

Chemistry: However, the 29-year-old rodeo cowboy and 31-year-old Australian native did admit to having undeniable chemistry; pictured together on Monday backstage

He told the outlet: 'She's really good to get along with. We actually have a lot in common. I think our personalities are real similar'

'She's really good to get along with. We actually have a lot in common,' Bonner said. 'I think our personalities are real similar, but that can make it kind of challenging too, sometimes.

'I think I get on her nerves a little bit,' he quipped.

Sharna added: 'We have a great chemistry getting to know each other, but obviously we're three weeks into this thing of having met each other on his ranch and we're having a lot a lot of fun.

'But our priorities obviously are getting Bonner through this competition as far as he can possibly go. So in the mean time, we're having a lot of fun getting to know each other and we do have great chemistry.'

Spark: Sharna shut down the rumors saying their priorities are getting through the competition first 

The pair enjoyed a night out in Los Angeles on March 21 and looked very flirty at the Cowboy Palace Saloon, the day after the season premiere. 

And on Sunday, the are-they-or-aren't-they couple were spotted leaving the dance studio.

The duo was practicing for Monday's show.  

Spotted: And on Sunday, the are-they-or-aren't-they couple were spotted leaving the dance studio

Getting ready: The duo was practicing for Monday's show

Meanwhile, the chemistry between Sharna and Bonner first sparked some talk after the rodeo cowboy 'unintentionally' grabbed his partner's crotch backstage on live television on Monday after the show.

He told : 'I was watching Peta [Murgatroyd] and Nick [Viall] up there...I knew it was her that bumped into me and I put my arm around her and I was turned to watch the TV screen and I felt her push my hand away and honestly had no idea.'

Sharna defended him saying: 'You can see when I move his hand that he had no idea where it was. He has no reaction and it was such an innocent mistake that was truly blown so far out of proportion.'  

'Totally unintentional': Bonner has explained how he accidentally grabbed Sharna's crotch live on air during the premiere Monday night

Bonner continued: 'I have all the respect in the world for my dance partner on and off the dance floor. She is a great teacher, and it was an honest mistake.' 

After Monday's premiere, Bonner also caught up with People, before the Twitter fest took place and spoke to the outlet. 

'I was telling her before we started tonight, "I can’t look at you for too long. I might get distracted. That’s why I might miss some of my steps."'

He added: 'She’s obviously beautiful.' 

Despite: The pair are still close and spend time both on and off stage; pictured here on Wednesday in Los Angeles