"Maks was like, 'You are the only person I know that cares about this.' He's been adorable." Who are you rooting for on Dancing with the Stars? We can understand that, but there are other good candidates too.
Chmerkovskiy says that he and the ESPN sportscaster are "maybe" dating. "When Kentucky was upset, [Maks] texted me about it," the ESPN reporter said of having to miss some of the NCAA tournament for rehearsal.
"I made her do a cha-cha that I would make a professional dancer do," he said, and it paid off, as Erin Andrews isn't shy about gushing about him either.
She's open, and what you see is what there is," Chmerkovskiy told cast member Karina Smirnoff for a time, credited himself for pushing Andrews during their first dance together last Monday, which ranked among the season premiere's best.
Andrews wasn't shy about gushing over her partner, either."When Kentucky was upset, [Maks] texted me about it," Andrews said of having to miss some of the NCAA tournament for rehearsal.
Also while growing up, she attended Brandon School of Dance Arts in Seffner, Florida.
Andrews began working for ESPN in April 2004 as a reporter for ESPN National Hockey Night.
In a video interview for AOL's Outside the Box, Andrews and Chmerkovskiy discussed their relationship with fellow competitors Nicole Scherzinger and partner Derek Hough.But this 'DWTS' is colossally unwise." Andrews appeared confused by the slight."I'm not sure what damage I created for myself," she told Erin Andrews wowed judges with her cha-cha during last week's "Dancing with the Stars" premiere, but it looks like she danced straight into partner Maksim "Maks" Chmerkovskiy's heart.Chmerkovskiy says that he and the ESPN sportscaster are "maybe" dating, according to "She does not hold back.