The blonde beauty revealed that Chmerkovskiy, 36, actually has nothing but love for Di Marco.“No, no, Maks adores him.
And we all have a lot of fun together,” the New Zealand native explained, noting, “They look so similar it's kind of funny! ” In fact, the deaf male model is thankful that he and Murgatroyd’s main man bear a striking resemblance.“It's definitely been nice,” Di Marco told Us.
If Val and Rumer win ] We'll accommodate anything Bruce wants. She never really got to experience it, so I want her to experience everything from the rehearsal days to the show to after the show to the whole thing.
But our stuff is different because we introduced a different number in the 10th Anniversary and put together a little paso doble that we haven't done while we were competing on , so we have that, plus her and Amy.
However, Murgatroyd was quick to clarify that her soon-to-be husband does not dislike the hunky America’s Next Top Model cycle 22 champ at all.Earlier this summer, however, they were spotted in New York together with their arms around each other — confirming speculation that they had gotten back together. ” Chmerkovskiy, 35, has been on “Dancing With the Stars” since the show's second season, and he picked up his first ever victory along with Olympic ice dancer Meryl Davis in season 18.Following Saturday's proposal, Chmerkovskiy's brother and fellow “Dancing With the Stars” pro Val Chmerkovskiy hopped on Instagram and shared a touching message to the newly engaged couple. The 29-year-old Murgatroyd, meanwhile, joined the show in season 13 and won the following season with former Green Bay Packers' wide receiver Donald Driver.“I'm in love with you, and I will be in love with you for the rest of my life,” he said, according to E! Murgatroyd then said yes, drawing cheers and a standing ovation from the audience and their fellow dancers.Chmerkovskiy shared a photo of the emotional proposal on Instagram shortly after, along with the caption “She said ‘yes.’” The “Dancing With the Stars” veterans began dating in 2012, only to split up 10 months later.In sixth grade he began acting when he earned the role of Charlie in a school production of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.