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Dancing With the Stars - A Hotbed of Romance - Articles Surfing
Dancing with the Stars is a show that has been rumored to have the ability to sprout romance. Yes it is true that the show has sprouted a few off screen relationships but, do you think that those relationships would have happened had it not been for Dancing with the Stars?
First of all, it is really hard to say if the relationships would have happened without Dancing with the Stars as the contestants come from different areas of celebrity. Some of these people would not have had their paths crossed had they not been on the show at the same time.
Dancing with the Stars has produced three confirmed off stage romances; Sabrina Bryan and Mark Ballas (season 5), Mario Lopez and Karina Smirnoff (season 3), and Shannon Elizabeth and Derek Hough (season 6). Each of these couples began on the dance floor and at least one of them, Mario and Karina has grown. The couple moved in together and is reportedly doing well.
Dancing with the Stars is a natural breeding ground for a romance to begin. After all, couples are paired together and work week after week to become the best they can be. It is only natural that if there is any attraction that the partners could not only fall into each others arms dancing but also in a romantic manor.
What makes for a good relationship and for a winning team on Dancing with the Stars are one and the same thing. Being able to rely on the other person 100% is vital in both. Working in such close contact with a single person, for the same end result, is one surefire way to ensure a friendship. What made these three couples turn that friendship into more?
One thing that seems to be indifference between the couples is age. It does not seem to matter that is what age. The couples have found each other through hard work and trying to win the competition.
Does it really seem like an unlikely place to kindle the romantic fires? Yes, it is true that Dancing with the Stars is like a work place situation. It is also true that each celebrity and each professional dancer have a specific roll in the competition. The celebrity is there to learn to be the best dancer they can be while the professional dancers are there to teach the celebrities how to accomplish the specific dances as flawlessly as they possibly can. So why not think that it would be possible to take the utter trust required between dance teacher and pupil to the next level of boyfriend and girlfriend.
In conclusion, Dancing with the Stars is a natural breeding ground for romance. The level of trust needed in a partner on the show is equivalent to that of a relationship. Through the constant working on the contestants to become the best in any given season of Dancing with the Stars, it is only natural that romance could grow as well.
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