Are sabrina and mark still dating

They've been dancing around the speculation for weeks, but now, still reeling from the most shocking cut in the show's five-season history, "Cheetah Girl" Sabrina Bryan admits that she and her Dancing with the Stars pro partner, Mark Ballas, are dating.

"We're going out tomorrow," says Bryan, referring to Sunday the 4th.

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Pro Val Chmerkovskiy and troupe dancer Jenna Johnson were photographed getting cozy earlier this week.

The Fixer Upper scandal was the first of the two stories to break, and, so far, is the only one to be directly addressed by the network itself.

As Season 4 of the über-popular show premiered, a Buzz Feed article on Chip and Joanna Gaines’ church–and, specifically, their church’s pastor-went viral.

They walked a little bit towards their cars and when they arrived at her car, he leaned in and kissed her before they each took off in their own cars.

Shortly after that story broke, HGTV released a statement reaffirming its pro-gay views, and saying, among other things, that the network is “proud to have a crystal clear, consistent record of including people from all walks of life in its series.” Indeed, gay individuals or couples have appeared on nearly every other HGTV show; Fixer Upper is a notable exception.

While he didn’t address Seibert’s remarks directly, or say whether he and Joanna follow Seibert’s teachings to the letter, Chipper Gaines did address the issue in a series of tweets asking for respect from all parties: Since then, the Fixer Upper scandal appears to have died down.

Maria Lopez and Karina Smirnoff had instant chemistry when they were paired up during the third season of the show. "It felt like the world came to an end for a second," Smirnoff said after the breakup.

"I hit the ground, and I couldn't get up." She became engaged to another magazine reported. They held hands, had their legs intertwined and were always touching inappropriately." Both Burke and Lachey strongly denied that anything inappropriate had occurred.