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Who Found Love On The Show’s Past Seasons

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Dancing With The Stars has had many celebrities and professional dancers over its 29 seasons. Here’s who found love during their stint on the show.

This season of Dancing With The Stars has definitely drawn fans in. While this is a show that focuses on celebrities getting their dance on, some of them have even found love while their time on the show. So which one has found their soulmate and who’s stayed together?

This is the show’s 29th season and there are a few changes from seasons before. Tyra Banks replaced Tom Bergeron, who was the OG host for 28 seasons. It was announced that Derek Hough was taking the place of Len Goodman, but Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba returned. The major plot twist this season is having Carol Baskin, star of the Netflix docu-series, Tiger King because social media went crazy when the news broke. This season has been an interesting one thus far, to say the least.

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According to Us Weekly, there are a few couples still together that found love while their journey on the show. Artem Chigvintsev and Nikki Bella, who were on season 25 together, got engaged earlier this year and welcomed their first child, Matteo, just a few months ago. Shark Tank‘s own Robert Herjavec fell in love with his partner, Kym Johnson, in 2015 on season 20. They made it official and got married in June 2016 and had twins, Hudson and Haven, in April 2018.

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There are a few professional dancers on the show that found love with each other, too. Emma Slater and Sasha Farber dated between 2011 and 2014. They got back together and got engaged on the show in 2016 and then got married back in 2018. Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd had a baby in January of 2017 and then got married the same year. Val Chmerkovskiy and Jenna Johnson didn’t meet until Johnson joined the Dancing With The Stars family in 2018. Shortly after, they began an on-again, off-again relationship, but finally settled down together in 2018 and got married in April 2019.

There are a few single cast members on the 2020 season like Chrishell Stause, star of Selling Sunset, Anne Heche, who dated Ellen Degeneres back in the ’90s and has been featured on many TV shows, Skai Jackson, a Disney Channel star, Jesse Metcalfe from John Tucker Must Die and Desperate Housewives, and Johnny Weir, an Olympic figure skater.

Dancing With The Stars season 29 premiered September 14 at 8p.m. EST on ABC.

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Sources: US Weekly

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‘House Of Cards’ actor Michael Kelly shines in the SXSW dramedy ‘All Square’

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In a unique role for ‘House Of Cards’ actor Michael Kelly, the new indie dark comedy ‘All Square’ taps into a side of him we have never seen before.  Typically playing darker roles in tonally serious series and films, in his newest movie ‘All Square’, Kelly plays a Billy Bob Thornton-esque bookie named John “Zibs” Zbikowski whose clients consist of parents and neighbors in the Baltimore suburb Dundalk who bet on little league baseball. A truly unique and comical premise that taps into the life of a lonely, middle aged drunk with deep rooted issues that he has never gotten past.

John is consistently making the mistake of taking bets on credit and, when he inevitably doesn’t get paid, he turns to violence and thievery. The film starts off slightly dark but remains comical and oddly charming, nonetheless. That said, Kelly does a fantastic job of playing the essential anti-hero that deep down is just looking for a human connection.

John meets Brian the morning after his night with Debbie, and a quick and unlikely friendship is formed. Brian is actually part of the little league that John takes bets on and is thrilled to meet a man that is filling the void of a father figure, which he never had. The two form a paternal bond, even though John would claim otherwise. Kelly does a superb job of playing a man that thinks he’s a kid at heart while subconsciously looking for that same connection that Brian is.

Their unlikely friendship blossoms, however, it’s clear that John’s influence on Brian isn’t necessarily a positive one, as he somewhat involves him in his schemes of recouping money that’s owed to him.

At the very least, John is not a great role model and Debbie becomes wary of all of the time her son is spending with her alcoholic one night stand. Brian’s character matures as John’s continues to go further downhill.

The final act takes a sharp, darker turn as John’s life continues to crumble in front of our eyes. Every single endearing thing that John has done throughout the film is trumped by his angry, immature and harmful behavior towards others and himself. Finally at rock bottom, we see a man that is somewhat figuring out the error of his ways, which would have never happened without the tight bond he and Brian had formed. Finally, someone is getting through to him and it just so happens to be a 12-year-old boy.

‘All Square’ isn’t perfect, but neither is life. Kelly and Sheps are a brilliant pair, somehow emotionally meeting in the middle. One thing that the film was lacking, however, was a strong female presence. With a powerhouse like Adlon having what should have been a pivotal role in the film, it seemed as though her part was skimmed over and not as important as it should have been. That said, this is a film about a father-son like bond that develops in ways that neither character expected and changes both forever.

Director John Hyams had a good pulse on the story and really tapped into the maturity and immaturity of both characters. With dark-yet-comedic moments, Hyams was able to take the audience on an emotional rollercoaster that didn’t necessarily tie itself up into a pretty bow, which made it that much more real.

‘All Square’ will be in theaters and on demand on October 12th.  Check out the exclusive clip below!

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Prabhas Cut His Birthday Cake On The Sets Of ‘Radhe Shyam’ In Italy-View Pics

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South superstar, Prabhas is currently gearing up for the release of his romantic period drama -‘Radhe Shyam’. The film features Pooja Hegde as his love interest. The crew members are currently shooting in Italy, as the film is set in the backdrop of 1970’s Europe. As the ‘Baahubali’ star rang in his 41st birthday celebrations on Friday i.e October 23 and he cut his birthday cake on the sets of his upcoming flick.

Prabhas’ Birthday celebration pictures are going viral on the internet today. Dressed up neatly in an olive green jacket and grey trousers, he looks absolutely breath-taking in his Birthday look. After cutting the cake, he struck a pose with choreographer, Vaibhavi Merchant and the director, Radha Krishna Kumar. Here, check out the stylish pictures.

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— Samanta Mahnaz Ishika(Prashika??) (@BDPrabhasfc)

Pics are still raining ?❤️❤️❤️Pabsuuuuu is solo happy!

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Prabhas surely gives us major lifestyle goals, doesn’t he?

The ‘Darling’ star was last seen sharing the screen space with Shraddha Kapoor in ‘Saaho’. And he had recently treated his fans with the announcement of collaborating with Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan for Nag Ashwin’s upcoming film.

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SNEAK PEEK: Preview Marvel’s AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #51!

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“LAST REMAINS” CONTINUES!“LAST REMAINS” continues as Spider-Man seeks help from Doctor Strange. SPOILER ALERT…it’s not going to be enough. Spider-Man does what many would find unthinkable to take the fight to Kindred.

Written by: Nick Spencer

Art/Cover Arty by: Patrick Gleason

On sale October 28th!

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I remember stealing my older brother’s copy of a Punisher comic and it was all down hill from there. I went to a Navy recruiter’s office with the promise of cake. I was lied to and 20 years later here I am. I enjoy summers off with my family at our timeshare on Gallifrey.

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