A recent report in The Sun had claimed the professional dancer was readying to quit the BBC ballroom show after seven years.
An unnamed source suggested Gorka was disappointed not to have lifted the Glitterball trophy during this month’s final with partner Helen Skelton.
However, Gemma insisted the reported were “untrue”, writing on Instagram: “Keep being sent this. Wish I hadn’t said to all backstage crew ‘see you next year’ now.”
She then continued: “Obvs this isn’t true at all! Same as it wasn’t true about Gio last year. Merry Christmas!”
Gorka, who joined the Strictly in 2016, himself recently responded to comments about his reaction to the result of this year’s finale.
Responding to the accusations about his losing face during an appearance on BBC Radio 5 Live (via Digital Spy), the Spanish dancer said: “I wasn’t fuming but I wanted Helen to finish the season with the cherry on top. But I was very happy for Hamza and Jowita – they’ve been amazing.”
He continued: “Whoever won, it was amazing because the three couples have been incredible, but we care and we love our job.”