Every week, it seemed to get a little more intense and even the judges took notice.
These two had so much chemistry during their performances that once they were eliminated they decided to take their relationship out of the ballroom and into real life, but it didn’t work out and now they are just friends.
7 Drew Lachey and Cheryl Burke’s chemistry in the ballroom was undeniable.
Although Val later admitted that they “entered into a romance” he also confirmed it was more of a showmance than anything else, and they parted ways after the show.
and during their time working together they got really close.
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According to Arnold, the reason that they had so much success together on the dance floor was because of trust, hard work and a bit of silliness.
“It’s good because we know how to go from play to work immediately,” she said.
is one of those shows that pretty much demands that its dancing duos have amazing chemistry.
When they don’t, viewers aren’t into it and end up voting them off, but when they do, fans go crazy.
Years later, Val confirmed that the crazy chemistry between them had to do with a mutual attraction.