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Gabby confirmed in December that she'd "of course" go on a date with Vinny, whom she also recently called her "celebrity crush," but he'd need to be the one to make a move and ask her out.
"You guys need to ask him [how he feels]. He's so dead to me because he hasn't been doing any press and I have," Gabby joked at the time. "I'm, like, dealing with all these questions. But he's the one who started it."
In November, for instance, Vinny playfully dubbed Gabby his "Baby mamma" on social media, and she in turn called him, "My main man."
Gabby also called Vinny a "ten" on Instagram and he quipped in reply about how she needed to stop talking about herself.
Fans of Gabby and Vinny have been shipping them as a couple for two months month now.
"That's kind of been the craziest part about it is, like, how much other people love it," Gabby said. "And they know we're just messing around and they don't even care."
Gabby noted the reaction has been "fun to watch" and it "feels good" to know that people have been rooting for them to be together and to be "happy."
News of Gabby and Erich's split surfaced on November 4, and then Gabby revealed onDancing with the Stars later that month how she and her former fiance weren't "in sync" or "the best match" for each other.
Vinny and his pro partner Koko Iwasaki were eliminated before the show's semifinals round.
Gabby, who also briefly dated The Bachelorette alums Dean Unglert and Blake Horstmann before her stint on The Bachelor's 26th season starring Clayton Echard, has been wanting a commitment from a man who will love her unconditionally.
Gabby said her stint on Dancing with the Stars was therapeutic for her as she dealt with her split from Erich.