Mark ballas still dating
"But now that that has died down, we'll see where it goes.We haven't had a chance to do any of that [dating] or even talk about it.For 18 seasons, Mark Ballas was arguably one of the most innovative dancers and choreographers on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.” The two-time champion and nine-time finalist on the competition series even earned an Emmy nomination for his work in 2011. But now Ballas, a graduate of the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts in London, is concentrating on a life in the theater.
"I would've been happy with anyone, but I think he has a really cool edge. He was [fourth season champ] Julianne Hough's partner for five years, so you know he's good." Ballas, having taken notes from Hough's experience, gave Bryan the low-down.
He was the final Frankie Valli in the Broadway run of “Jersey Boys,” the Tony Award-winning musical about the Four Seasons, which closed in January after more than 4,000 performances. My grandfather and my father loved the Four Seasons.
Ballas is reprising the role in the national tour, running through June 24 at the Ahmanson Theatre. Ballas recently spoke with The Times for this edited conversation about music, theater and yes, those tattoos.
But this is different." In an exclusive interview, TV Guide spoke to Bryan on Saturday night, the first full day she was back in Orange County after a blizzard of media appearances in Los Angeles and New York.
"People were so angry," says Bryan, who was both touched and surprised by the strong reaction to her ouster on Tuesday night.
It was a huge challenge and I'm so sad not to be doing it anymore." Bryan says that Ballas took the defeat even harder than she did.