3 Dancing with the Stars partners we'd like to see couple up offscreen
Like clockwork, another season of Dancing with the Stars has hit the airwaves. Season 13 premiered this week, with a fresh cast of celebrity contestants, new shiny costumes and plenty of sex appeal. Naturally, DWTS romance rumors are going to abound, so we’ve picked out our top picks on the contestants most likely to partner up outside the ballroom.
kristin cavallari and mark ballas
No two ways around it, Cavallari is hot stuff in the young Hollywood scene. After starring in several hit MTV reality shows and dating a bunch of dead end guys, Cavallari hit the jackpot when she got engaged to Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. But since the duo recently called off the wedding, Cavallari is single and ready to mingle. And since Ballas reportedly called it quits with his recent ladylove Pia Toscano, he's a free agent as well. Romance rumors pairing up Ballas and Cavallari have been running wild around the internet, and this is one celebrity couple we wouldn't mind seeing outside of Dancing with the Stars.
rob kardashian and cheryl burke
It's no secret that Kardashian is quite the ladies' man. After all, his dating escapades have been documented on film for his family's reality show, Keeping up with the Kardashians. Kardashian and his partner are already longtime friends, and their chemistry is evident, so we wouldn't be too surprised if they took their partnership to the next level.
hope solo and maksim chmerkovskiy
After whipping Kirstie Alley into shape last season and showing off their undeniable chemistry on the dance floor (who can forget that kiss?), Chmerkovskiy is back and partnering with soccer star Solo. If his close friendship with Alley was any indication, Chmerkovskiy likes his women sassy, and Solo sure fits the bill. We think this independent and strong female could really give Chmerkovskiy a run for his money, and are interested to watch their chemistry play out onscreen and off.
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