Cody Simpson and Emma McKeon lift the lid on their relationship in first sit down interview


Lovebirds Cody Simpson and Emma McKeon are set to lift the lid on their romance in their first TV interview as a couple this weekend. 

The pair, who went Instagram official with their romance just a few weeks ago, will appear on Channel 7’s Spotlight on Sunday night. 

In a preview for their interview, McKeon, 28, speaks of how she bonded with the pop star turned competitive swimmer, 25, both in and out of the water. 

Australian swimming power couple Cody Simpson, 25, (left) and girlfriend Emma McKeon, 28, (right) will lift the lid on their hot new romance during their first TV interview as a couple on Sunday night 

‘We’re loving where we’re at at the moment. And we have fun together. We just love each other’s company,’ McKeon said. 

‘We talk every day about how happy we are and how lucky we are,’ Cody agreed.

‘You know, when you meet someone, you just recognise that there’s something there. I always saw her as this special person to me’, he added. 

'We're loving where we're at at the moment. We have fun together. We just love each other's company,' McKeon said of their romance in a preview for their interview with Seven's Spotlight

‘We’re loving where we’re at at the moment. We have fun together. We just love each other’s company,’ McKeon said of their romance in a preview for their interview with Seven’s Spotlight 

‘Overall, pretty inspiring human. I always acknowledged that there was a connection that we had. But we didn’t act on it until what ended up being a year later.’ 

Cody and Emma went Instagram official earlier this month. 

The pair began dating several months ago after Cody a successful singer-songwriter, ditched his music career to focus on competitive swimming.

The pair began dating several months ago after Cody, a successful singer-songwriter, ditched his music career to focus on competitive swimming

The pair began dating several months ago after Cody, a successful singer-songwriter, ditched his music career to focus on competitive swimming

He posted a gallery of photos on Instagram of himself and Emma, 28, holding hands in Barcelona, Spain.

‘A brief rendezvous in Barcelona with my love, Emma,’ he captioned the images of the pair smiling and holding hands as they walked down the street. 

The pair were in Barcelona while Cody trained for the Commonwealth Games. They are now holidaying in Paris. 

Cody and Emma went Instagram official earlier this month. He posted a gallery of photos on Instagram of himself and fellow swimmer Emma holding hands in Barcelona, Spain

Cody and Emma went Instagram official earlier this month. He posted a gallery of photos on Instagram of himself and fellow swimmer Emma holding hands in Barcelona, Spain

Before their trip to Spain, Cody and Emma had not been seen together since they walked the red carpet at the Elvis premiere on the Gold Coast on June 4.

There were rumours the pair had quietly called it quits, but friends denied any suggestion their romance was on the rocks.

The pair are said to have first hit it off several months ago as training partners under gun coach Michael Bohl.

Cody is hoping to turn his Olympic dream into a reality in Paris in 2024 while Emma, who made history in Tokyo 2021 with a seven-medal haul, is looking to back up her record-breaking performance.

The pair found themselves in the middle of a reputed ‘love triangle’ during the Australian Championships in Adelaide, with reports claiming Kyle Chalmers deliberately bumped Cody out of World Championship eligibility in the 100m butterfly by opting to contest the event.

However, Kyle, who dated Emma for several months in 2021, later disputed this, saying he had always planned to compete in that event.

The interview will air 8.45pm this Sunday on Channel 7 and 7plus.

The pair found themselves in the middle of a reputed 'love triangle' during the Australian Championships in Adelaide, with reports claiming Kyle Chalmers (pictured) deliberately bumped Cody out of World Championship eligibility in the 100m butterfly by opting to contest the event

The pair found themselves in the middle of a reputed ‘love triangle’ during the Australian Championships in Adelaide, with reports claiming Kyle Chalmers (pictured) deliberately bumped Cody out of World Championship eligibility in the 100m butterfly by opting to contest the event

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