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According to a source, the romance is new because the Flip or Flop star has only been dating Nate for "about a month," E! News reported.
Christina, 33, was spotted at the Anaheim Ducks hockey game on Wednesday night with one of Nate's buddies and reportedly cheered the hockey player on from the stands when his team took the win over the Edmonton Oilers.
"She was in a really good mood," an insider shared with the website, which reported Christina previously attended several other games this season.
Dating rumors first sparked when Nate posted an Instagram photo of Christina and himself (see below) at the Lady Ducks fashion show, a charity event the women's hockey team put together for the Children's Hospital of Orange County, CA.
Christina and Nate had also allegedly been spotted chatting it up during the Ducks in Tux charity event in January 2017.
While the HGTV star and Nate, 32, appear to be dating, Christina's representative is denying that's the case.
They are "just friends," the representative said in a statement several hours after telling E! News that Christina is "single and not dating anyone" when people initially speculated she was on a date with the man whom she was sitting next to at the hockey game.
Christina and her estranged husband Tarek El Moussa -- who share daughter Taylor, 6, and son Brayden, 19 months -- separated in Spring 2016 but didn't publicly announce their split until December of last year.
Tarek, who co-stars on Flip or Flop with Christina, filed for divorce in early January. Like Christina, Nate is also divorced and shares a son with his ex-wife.
Christina was previously linked to her family's former contractor Gary Anderson, but the couple split in February. At the time, Christina's rep told Us Weekly that being in a relationship was "the last thing" on Christina's mind and she was taking time to "focus on her children and herself" post-divorce.
Christina echoed those sentiments in recent interviews about a week ago, telling the press she has no interest in dating right now and romance is totally off her radar.
As for Tarek, he was briefly involved with their children's former nanny, Alyssa Logan; however, he insisted in early March it will be a long time before he enters a relationship again.
Christina and Tarek may not get along perfectly on the set of Flip or Flop, but the blonde beauty assured Entertainment Tonight earlier this week her dynamic with him is great right now thanks to "letting go of past resentment, living in the future and remembering that kids are the priority."
Lauren shared a cute post on Instagram Thursday, March 23 in honor of the Season 20 The Bachelor star turning 29-years-old.
"Happy birthday babe!!!!!" Lauren captioned a photo in which the couple is smiling ear to ear while standing in front of a white wooden fence and brown-and-white horse.
"I'm so thankful for this life together. Although sometimes rocky you always hold my hand and support me through it, always with a smile on your face. You deserve the world, especially today."
Lauren, 27, and Ben's relationship is seemingly doing great. On Valentine's Day this year, the couple wrote sweet messages on social media about one another, with Ben saying "each and every day" is Valentine's Day with his beautiful fiancee.
The pair clearly isn't letting recent rumors of a split get them down. Rumors circulated when Lauren enjoyed the weekend of January 19 in Nashville, TN, with a few of her male and female friends from The Bachelor franchise sans Ben.
The blonde beauty then traveled to Mexico with her mother and sister a week later, again without Ben -- and her hand was surprisingly missing her 4.25-carat Neil Lane diamond engagement ring, according to her Instagram photos.
"They don't get along. She's told people recently how hard it is," a source told Us Weekly of the couple's "rocky" relationship at the time. "He's a great guy, but they should split."
An insider also told Life & Style earlier this year that Lauren can't stand life in Colorado and being an "almost housewife" to Ben. The insider said she and Ben were pretending to be happy for the sake of their former Freeform spinoff Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After?.
Ben, however, bashed "fake news" shortly afterward and explained he's "extremely lucky" to share his life with Lauren in light of reports they had called it quits on their romance.
Ben and Lauren were set to wed in a televised special for ABC, but once the bride-to-be got the ball rolling on wedding plans, an overwhelmed Ben got cold feet and eventually called the wedding off much to Lauren's dismay. Ben wanted to get to know Lauren better before they took the big leap of getting married.
"Wedding plans have kind of been put on the back burner," Emma admitted to reporters after Monday night's Season 24 premiere of Dancing with the Stars, according to People. "We're just so busy!"
Emma and Sasha dated on and off from 2011 to 2015. In December 2015, Sasha confirmed he was back on with Emma. He later proposed to Emma on October 4, 2016 during a live Dancing with the Stars results show after they performed a romantic routine together.
The couple reportedly first considered a Fall 2017 wedding, but their schedules are very hectic since they're both currently competing on Dancing with the Stars.
"We were thinking August, right? But it's kind of wedding season. A lot of people getting married over this summer," Emma revealed.
Fellow Dancing with the Stars pros Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy are planning a wedding right now as well as judge Julianne Hough and fiance Brooks Laich.
"Selfishly, I think I kind of want to stand out a little bit. So now I'm thinking maybe next year," Emma added, although she swears she is not a "bridezilla."
"I kind of just want a fairy god mother to wave her wand and for me to turn up and have a great party and then get married and then kind of be done with it. Is that just anti-romantic?"
However, Emma still wants her wedding to be extremely special and memorable.
"I want to do something different," the blonde beauty noted. "I want to be that couple that makes people go, 'Oh my God! Did you go to that crazy wedding?' I definitely have some surprises for Sasha planned already -- but don't mention it to him!"
Emma and Sasha both have an excellent shot to win the Season 24 mirrorball trophy, as the bride-to-be is paired up with frontrunner Rashad Jennings and the groom-to-be is dancing with leaderboard topper Simone Biles. So do they have a competitive rivalry?
"We're very supportive of each other -- very loving," Emma explained to People. "He's my backbone and I feel like I'm his backbone. I want us to get first and second. But I want to be first!"
An unexpected feud broke out on social media between Viall and the 86-year-old Star Trek actor earlier this week in which Shatner began a campaign to kick The Bachelor star off Dancing with the Stars' 24th season. Shatner was doing everything in his power to convince fans on Twitter not to vote for Viall, 36.
Shatner seemed to suggest Viall is a "vile" man who doesn't deserve the Dancing with the Stars stint after his behavior on Andi Dorfman's season of The Bachelorette a couple of years ago. (Viall memorably clashed with his fellow suitors and revealed he had sex with Dorfman in the fantasy suite on After the Final Rose).
"It was heartbreaking, because I am his biggest fan," Viall told Extra when asked about Shatner's beef with him. "Yeah, who doesn't like Captain Kirk? Also a big T.J. Hooker fan -- that's some of his best work. So it's heartbreaking, I'll be honest."
Viall, who spoke to Extra during Dancing with the Stars rehearsals with his professional partner Peta Murgatroyd, added that "the show must go on."
As for whether Viall believes he can win Shatner over, the former software salesman said, "We're just gonna do our best, and it's really just up to William to come around or not. But we're just going to focus on our foxtrot," which he later called "so technical."
Murgatroyd then chimed in and told Viall, "I'm gonna make him love you by the end of this, for sure."
Dancing with the Stars host Tom Bergeron recently called for a truce between Viall and Shatner, so whether that had any affect remains unseen.
Viall and Murgatroyd insisted there is an open invitation for Shatner -- who co-starred on NBC's Better Late Than Never reality series last summer -- to come to a Dancing with the Stars performance show.
"Maybe we will have a cup of coffee one day and hash out our differences," Viall noted with a big smile. "I could buy him a latte. I don't know if he drinks milk, but."
On Monday night's premiere of Dancing with the Stars, Viall and Murgatroyd earned 24 out of 40 points for their cha cha routine from the judges and therefore tied for seventh place with another couple on the leaderboard.
At the top of the judges' leaderboard sits Olympic gymnast Simone Biles and NFL player Rashad Jennings.
"I've gotten to know Rashad a little bit and he's definitely got some swag, so I wasn't shocked he has some moves," Viall told Extra.
"Was anyone surprised Simone can dance? I'm surprised they haven't given her the mirrorball trophy already, and we're just dancing for second place. I'm more surprised about that. It's a stacked lineup."
This Time Next Year will follow the emotional journeys of ordinary people as they embark on challenging missions to change their lives, over the course of one year.
A transformation will be revealed in a single episode, as participants enter one door and instantly emerge from another in a "time-travel" type of format, revealing a brand new version of themselves.
Show participants will undergo reconstructive surgeries and heartwarming reunions as well as attempt to conquer infertility and lose weight.
"No hurdle is too big for the brave individuals who have chosen to take control of their lives on This Time Next Year," according to the network. "Only after they reappear will viewers learn how, and if, they have achieved their goals."
Additional details, including the premiere date for This Time Next Year, will be revealed at a later date.
As part of Lifetime's announcement of new projects, Yolanda Hadid will also host a new reality competition show, Model Moms, in which the former The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star will coach aspiring models and their momagers on how to become successful in the industry.
Lifetime hired Deeley, the longtime So You Think You Can Dance host and five-time Emmy nominee, and Hadid, who is the mother of "it-girls" Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid, for the gig to support the network's new "possibility is power" theme for women.
Despite her new position, Deeley will still be hosting the upcoming fourteenth season of So You Think You Can Dance this summer.
This Time Next Year is being produced by Twofour America and executive produced by Bernie Schaeffer, Laurie Girion, Melanie Leach, Andrew Mackenzie, Mariana Flynn, Mary Donahue and David Hillman.
CBS has announced Survivor, the long-running reality competition series that is currently airing its 34th season, has been renewed for the 2017-2018 season.
The news came as part of the network's announcement of early renewals for a total of 18 returning series for 2017-2018.
CBS is currently airing Survivor: Game Changers on Wednesday nights from 8-9PM ET/PT. The series is hosted by Jeff Probst.
Survivor: Game Changers began with 20 veteran castaways -- who have made some of the biggest moves in the history of the game -- divided into two tribes, Mana and Nuku, each comprised of 10 players. Some of the returnees have even won Survivor before.
The latest season, which currently features three tribes after an early tribal swap, was filmed in the Mamanuca Islands in Fiji in June and July 2016.
In addition to Survivor, CBS also announced early renewals for The Big Bang Theory, Blue Bloods, Bull, Hawaii Five-O, Kevin Can Wait, Life In Pieces, MacGyver, Madam Secretary, Man with a Plan, Mom, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, Scorpion, Superior Donuts, 48 Hours, and 60 Minutes.
Additional returning series pick-ups for next season will be announced at a later date.
Christina stunned the public with her toned and lean bikini body when she posed for a photo shoot with her six-year-old daughter Taylor for L Space Swimwear's Mommy & Me line called "Little L" on Wednesday.
Christina and Taylor wore similar bikinis in a matching violet color, and in one photo, the blonde beauty showed off her six-pack abs while hula-hooping with her daughter. Christina captioned the image "photo shoot prep and playtime."
The photo shoot also featured Christina's "new boyfriend" Cash, nicknamed "Cashie," the French bulldog.
Although the mom of two clearly has an amazing revenge body in light of her split from Flip or Flop co-star Tarek El Moussa, she has no intention to join the dating scene right now.
"Honestly, a relationship is the farthest thing from my mind right now," Christina, who had a brief relationship with the family's former contractor Gary Anderson, recently told Entertainment Tonight. "It's not even on my radar."
In a separate interview with People, Christina revealed her nutrition and fitness secrets to achieve such a fit physique.
"Exercise is my stress reliever," Christina, 33, said.
"There is nothing like a good three-mile run for me to really clear my head and get my endorphins going. My other go-to is yoga. I have the most amazing private instructor who has changed my life. Our sessions are very spiritual and have really helped me cope with my divorce and other emotions I'm going through during this time."
In fact, Christina loves meditation and yoga so much that she is take a trip to Bali this summer. She also told People she started taking circuit-based classes at Orangetheory Fitness.
"I discovered Orangetheory and I'm totally hooked!" she noted. "It combines running, which is my favorite workout, with weight training, which I never do on my own. It goes by super quickly and is always challenging. And it helped to get me in the best shape of my 30s!"
And as for nutrition, Christina and her two children -- Taylor and Brayden, 19 months -- eat "a very clean, organic diet."
"My kids have food allergies so we all try and limit gluten and dairy," Christina told the magazine.
"I eat five small meals a day that usually consist of overnight oats for breakfast, a green juice for a snack, salad with a protein for lunch, granola bar as a snack and then a healthy dinner of chicken or salmon and veggies, tacos or vegan chili. For a little dessert, I love Justin's Organic Mini Peanut Butter Cups -- delish!"
Christina and Tarek separated in Spring 2016 but didn't publicly announce their split until December of last year.
Tarek filed for divorce in early January, but the couple claims they continue to work together and co-parent their kids amicably.
Christina had told ET that her dynamic with Tarek is great now thanks to "letting go of past resentment, living in the future and remembering that kids are the priority."
After losing the season's fourth Immunity Challenge, the new Nuku and Mana tribes were forced to attend Tribal Council on Night 11 together. In a 6-5 vote with Malcolm's Nuku tribe having the majority, Sierra Dawn Thomas was technically voted out of the game with six votes.
However, thanks to information James "J.T." Thomas leaked to Brad Culpepper on the opposing tribe, Tai Trang played a hidden Immunity Idol for Sierra and therefore sent Malcolm, a 29-year-old from Hermosa Beach, CA, home with five votes.
Mana's players Brad, Tai, Sierra, Hali Ford and Debbie Wanner voted to oust Malcolm from Survivor: Game Changers. Nuku's castaways Malcolm, J.T., Jeff Varner, Michaela Bradshaw, Sandra Diaz-Twine, and Aubry Bracco attempted to vote Sierra out of the game.
During an exclusive interview with Malcolm on Thursday, the former Survivor: Caramoan -- Fans vs. Favorites and Survivor: Philippines castaway talked to Reality TV World about his "premature end" in Game Changers. Below is the first half of what he had to say.
Reality TV World: Your tribe clearly went into Tribal Council with the plan of voting Sierra out, but we saw you talking with J.T. and others beforehand about maybe going after Tai or Sandra instead. So why was the decision Sierra?
Malcolm Freberg: Well once we heard what the twist was -- we loved it! As far as our tribe goes, we were fine. We were all about this twist! We think it's great. But we were sitting there trying to defend ourselves in the best way possible while taking out a threat on [Mana]'s tribe. Now people ask me, "Well why didn't you think about going for Brad?"
Well, we needed J.T. on our side and we knew that J.T. and Brad were close. So if we had gone after Brad, J.T. might have turned on us. He eventually did, but we'll get to that later. But we had to vote out somebody whom J.T. was going to be okay with.
And he kind of mentioned Tai, but Tai has a knack for finding idols obviously. So we wanted Sierra and thought she would never, ever find an idol. And J.T. was okay with that, so it was a combination of factors. But really, at the time, it was an easy decision to vote for Sierra.
Reality TV World: So who was ultimately responsible for the decision to not to take out Brad instead of Sierra?
Malcolm Freberg: Before we went to Tribal, you know, it's not like we don't talk about these things day in and day out before the event of Tribal takes place. And we knew that Brad and J.T. were close, so Brad never even really came up because you need to be recruiting people who can supply you with connections later in the game.
And keeping J.T. happy is possibly leveraging his relationship with Brad. It really didn't seem like a hard decision, especially for me, because me and J.T. were much tighter than they even showed last night on the show. We were best friends since the moment we first swapped. So I loved the idea of keeping Brad around because he was my in to the other tribe, J.T.
Reality TV World: At Tribal Council, Hali seemed ready and willing to work with your tribe since she felt on the outs of Mana and told you guys to vote Brad. Knowing Brad was Hali's target, why didn't your tribe take her up on that plan? Was it because of, like you said, not wanting to get in the way of J.T. and Brad's friendship?
Malcolm Freberg: Well, the [friendship] is part of it, but on top of that, you have to remember that we think we had this thing on lock going in to Tribal Council. We had six people; we were confident with the Sierra decision. I still think with the information we had, it was the right call.
We felt great going into Tribal Council because we had the numbers and all that. But we don't know what happened with that [Caleb Reynolds] vote. We didn't know what Hali's relationship with that tribe was like at all.
So our thoughts going into it -- we had discussions -- like, "Let's just try to keep Hali away from us as much as possible," because we want to reconnect with her later. We were trying to keep her safe. If she votes with us, that's going to make her a huge target the next time that tribe goes to Tribal Council.
So when we don't think we need her, we were like, "Why not just let her vote with them and use it as sort of a sign of allegiance to her new tribe?" Hali was close with a few of us -- me and Sandra especially -- and then trust when we get back together later, she'll still come back to us. So we were just trying to protect Hali there.
Reality TV World: Was that definitely a group decision or more of one in which maybe you or Sandra pulled the strings?
Malcolm Freberg: We talk about stuff so much. It really does get blurry how these things go. But I do remember this: The minute we got back to camp from that [Immunity] Challenge and learned we'd be going to Tribal with another tribe, all of us were happy. We think this is a blessing, like we're going to put one of them on blast!
And then Sandra was the first one to say it, as [the episode] showed -- but I also remember saying it at one point -- that we should get rid of Sierra. And then we talked about it for a really long time. This was definitely a group decision.
Sandra was the one who said it first, I agreed. I think J.T. was leaning more towards Tai, but in case he had an idol, we weren't going to take that chance. And it was a long, long discussion. It was one of the longer discussions. And this was a weird one too, because usually you can't have a tribe discussion like that. Usually you're voting off someone on your own tribe.
Before you get there, your entire tribe can figure this out and it's sort of an open forum... This was a really weird Tribal Council and I don't think it's ever happened before... We were voting somebody off -- or trying to -- on another tribe and we're all trying to get on the same page. I think it was the first time in history an entire tribe just sat down and talked about it for a few hours.
Reality TV World: During Tribal, Nuku's plan was to take out Sierra, but J.T. kept running over to talk to Brad. When J.T. returned at one point, he was trying to change your tribe's vote. So why not listen to him? What were you thinking then?
Malcolm Freberg: When J.T. started panicking and telling us to change our vote, change the vote, change the vote, we didn't understand why because he refused to tell us that he told [Brad] about Sierra. If he just us that, everything would've been different, and I wouldn't be talking to you today.
But when J.T. was freaking out at the end of that Tribal Council before we voted, we knew something was wrong, but he didn't want to tell us what he had done to create a problem. So when he was telling us to change -- I remember distinctly him telling us, "We need to change the vote [from Sierra], we need to change the vote" -- and all these names were being thrown around.
But we were just like, "Stick to the plan. There's no way Sierra found an idol and no one is going to risk their life to play it for her." We were 100 percent sure it's her. We didn't know J.T. had handed them basically a "get out of jail free" card.
Reality TV World: When J.T. asked you at Tribal if he should go talk to Brad, we didn't see you give him a response. What did you initially think J.T. was going to tell Brad or ask him? Did you think you were in on that?
Malcolm Freberg: I think he was just letting me know because, again, we were really tight and we were both sitting interestingly right in the middle of that Tribal Council. But he said, "I'm going to go talk to Brad." And I was like, "Why?"
And he goes, "I want to tell him that he's going to be safe." And again, I'm thinking, "I want to play with Brad later in the game and [J.T.] is my in to the other tribe." So I didn't really fight him on it, but I had no idea he was going to tell him everything.
I did wonder whether J.T. was doing what he says he's doing, like if he just went over there and said, "Hey, Brad, you're safe," well then that doesn't create a problem for us. In fact, it makes me look better because me and J.T. are buddies and I can tell Brad he's safe, we'll be cool later on. But if I knew J.T. was going to tell him as much as he did, I probably would've tackled him.
Reality TV World: Did J.T. tell the rest of your tribe the same thing, that he just went over to tell Brad he was safe? Because I'm sure everyone was asking him about the exchange.
Malcolm Freberg: Yes, that was our extent of the knowledge of what he told Brad, that he just told Brad he's safe. And the reason we were kind of trying to coddle J.T. was because we might need him later on. So yeah, that's all we knew.
Reality TV World: So it sounds like even though you were really close to J.T., you definitely doubted whether he was going to stay loyal to you and your tribe.
Malcolm Freberg: Of course. He had all of his friends over there and he had only been with us for a few days and he's massively outnumbered. And yes, of course you have to doubt that he's going to be loyal.
I knew that me and him were tight. We had been talking great game stuff and I knew he wouldn't try to betray me. He wasn't trying to betray me last night, even.
But we treated him with kid gloves because he had never been to Tribal Council with J.T. and he already had a history of making questionable decisions in that situation, so yeah, you have to play nice with somebody in a situation like that.
Reality TV World: Since you knew J.T. was close with Brad, but you were very close with J.T., was there a part of you that considered joining J.T. in a flip against Nuku and voting out someone in your own tribe, like Sandra perhaps? Because viewers saw you guys discussing targets prior to Tribal.
Malcolm Freberg: No, it never even crossed my mind. It didn't even cross my mind that J.T. would try to pull a stunt like he did. This was almost, like, a vote after the merge when two tribes come together to vote one person off. But the thing is, you have to go back to camp and be with your tribe.
If you flip, you're sitting there with a lot of people you just flipped on. You're toast if you do that. So in my mind, there was never a question of flipping. I didn't think J.T. would actually do what he did.
I couldn't see an outcome that was favorable for him. Even if he got what he wanted and Sandra went home, he still would have to come back to a tribe with me and Varner and Aubry and Michaela, who are all going to be furious with him. So I didn't think it made sense at all for me to flip.
Check back with Reality TV World soon for the concluding portion of our exclusive Survivor interview with Malcolm Freberg.
"It's no secret I'm super skeptical, but I will honestly say that I am so hopeful. I have an amazing group of men and I see a lot of potential," the 31-year-old attorney told Ellen on Thursday's show. "I'm really, really excited to see how this goes, and I feel good."
Rachel -- who revealed she started with "around" 30 guys when cameras began rolling on March 16 -- admitted she's "not good with names at all" but is "trying to make an effort" because she really appreciates the guys going on the show for her. However, she hasn't forgotten anyone's name yet, nor has she called a man by the wrong name.
Rachel also disclosed to Ellen that she had her first kiss of the season already.
"He initiated. It was completely unexpected," the Dallas native gushed, without naming her partner. "I know this sounds cliche, but it totally swept me off my feet. It was good! It was good."
After Rachel said she had yet to see the men shirtless, Ellen welcomed six handsome bachelors onto her show's stage. The men proceeded to introduce themselves one by one, and a couple of them spoke in different languages.
A guy named Brian from Miami, FL noted Rachel is "a great kisser," and after another suitor agreed, Brian quipped, "He got my sloppy seconds!"
Ellen then sent these guys into the audience to dance Magic Mike-style with women in the studio audience, who had dollar bills ready to throw at them once the music began playing. The bachelors were good sports about the whole ordeal and even allowed women to stuff money into their pants.
Meanwhile, Rachel just stood next to Ellen blushing, pointing and laughing.
Another group date Rachel enjoyed prior to her appearance on Ellen's show was with 10 lucky guys.
The group, along with The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison, headed to a Southern California high school on March 20 to play a basketball game with NBA Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in front of a cheering crowd, Us Weekly reported.
Rachel reportedly acted shy around some of her suitors, but the fans at the event had a blast -- and some members of the crowd even got to play ball with the Bachelorette, Chris and Kareem.
On March 20, the show's creator and executive producer Mike Fleiss tweeted a photo of a basketball that Kareem apparently signed for him.
"My all-time favorite athlete!!! What an honor #TheBachelorette," Mike captioned the image, referencing the Los Angeles Lakers legend.
Rachel's season of The Bachelorette is set to premiere on Monday, May 22 at 10PM ET/PT on ABC.
Sharna and Bonner enjoyed a flirty night out at a bar in Los Angeles on Tuesday, fueling recent speculation there is potential for romance, E! News reported.
In photos obtained by the website at Cowboy Palace Saloon -- a very fitting hangout spot for the professional bull rider-turned-model -- Bonner had his arm wrapped around Sharna's neck as she held his hand left hanging in the air above her chest.
Bonner was also spotted whispering into the pro dancer's ear and giving her some helpful pointers when playing a friendly game of pool.
Sharna rocked a navy blue swing dress and black thigh-high boots for the outing, while Bonner was wearing a plaid long-sleeve shirt, jeans and a big belt.
The Dancing with the Stars couple was all smiles as they also practiced their moves on the dance floor.
"He seems especially doe-eyed -- and she certainly doesn't seem to mind the attention," an eyewitness told E! News of the possible date.
It reportedly appeared cameras were rolling on Sharna and Bonner for a Dancing with the Stars segment, but they still seemed to be in a world of their own.
"There is some real chemistry here," a source close to the duo shared.
Sharna and Bonner had obvious passion onstage as well as sexual tension behind the scenes during Dancing with the Stars' Season 24 premiere on Monday night. A producer even pointed out that Sharna was "blushing" when she first met the handsome cowboy on the ranch where he lives.
"I've never blushed on this show, ever in my life, and I legit blushed tonight," Sharna said after she performed a cha cha with Bonner worth 22 judges' points out of 40 possible points, landing in ninth place on the leaderboard.
"Obviously we have chemistry. We're not going to stand here and lie and say we don't, but everyone made such a big deal tonight that I didn't really know what to say to it."
And it's definitely not a stretch to say Bonner and Sharna -- who admitted they are both single -- are at least physically attracted to each other.
"The day I met her on the ranch, I looked up, they had me leading the horse," Bonner told Entertainment Tonight, "and I looked out under the brim of my hat, there she was, just a fiery redhead. [She] just took my breath away, man."
HGTV has announced Chip and Joanna will star on the new series Fixer Upper: Behind the Design later this year.
The half-hour, behind-the-scenes episodes of Behind the Design will feature Joanna unveiling the process she goes through when attempting to create impressive designs showcased in each Fixer Upper episode.
Joanna talked about the upcoming spinoff when she teased some "fun news" in a Wednesday Instagram video post.
"Hey guys!" Joanna said in the passenger seat of her car while Chip was driving.
"Hey ya'll! Chip and Joanna Gaines here in New York City!" Chip chimed in.
"We're having a good time here in New York City. We wanted to tell you some fun news. We get a lot of questions about the designs and what goes on [during] Fixer Upper and how we get from point A to Z when it comes to these houses and these projects from a design standpoint. So we have a new series coming out this year called Behind the Design," Joanna announced.
"Ooo, I like the sound of that," Chip said with a big smile.
"[The new show] focuses on each project and you'll get more of an inside scoop of how we came up with a lot of the decisions and the design elements that we got to incorporate," Joanna explained.
"When is it?" Chip asked with a little nudge on his wife's shoulder.
"You'll actually get to see a sneak peek of it this Tuesday. It's our last episode of Season 4, and you won't want to miss it. It's one of our favorites, one of our most dramatic ones," Joanna teased of Fixer Upper's March 28 episode at 10PM ET/PT.
"It's amazing how fast these seasons go," Chip said.
"It goes by really fast," Joanna agreed.
"But after that [finale], you'll get a sneak peek of Behind the Design [at 11PM ET/PT] and you won't want to miss it!" Joanna noted.
"See ya'll there!" Chip said.
"Bye guys!" Joanna signed off.
Tori, who is expecting her first child with husband Zach Roloff, took to Instagram on Wednesday to provide her fans with a pregnancy update.
"It's been a while since I've posted one of these. #zandtpartyofthree," the TLC star captioned her mirror selfie in which she's wearing a black and white striped long-sleeve shirt with black pants.
In the picture, Tori wrote there have been "lots of baby hiccups" and the baby is "nesting in full force," adding that her boy is now the "size of a coconut."
Tori and Zach announced in November 2016 they're expecting Baby No. 1. Their son will be the first grandchild for Zach's parents, Matt Roloff and Amy Roloff, who also star on Little People, Big World and run Roloff Farm in Oregon.
Tori just enjoyed a baby shower on March 19, several weeks after the parents-to-be traveled to Maui for a babymoon.
The couple, who wed in July 2015, had revealed the baby's gender at a party on January 7 which 50 friends and family attended.
"Tori is the greatest teammate I will ever have. She [complements] me the best and pushes me the hardest. Keeps me motivated and reminds me of my goals. Love you babe-uh," Zach captioned a cute photo of the couple in which Tori was holding four blue and white balloons at the time.
Tori, who is of regular height, and her husband, who is a dwarf, anticipate their newborn will arrive in May 2017.
"So excited for you @NancyAKerrigan ! Can't wait to see you grace that ballroom floor, break a leg! #DWTS," Yamaguchi, 45, tweeted on March 20.
The post, although seemingly friendly and harmless, still sparked gossip and hype on social media that Yamaguchi -- who won Dancing with the Stars' sixth season in 2008 -- was allegedly throwing shade at Kerrigan since leg injuries are a sore subject for the Season 24 DWTS contestant.
Many Twitter users were quick to criticize the awkward phrasing of Yamaguchi's "break a leg" tweet since it reminded them of Kerrigan's infamous scandal with Tonya Harding that left the 47-year-old aspiring ballroom dancer crying, "Why me? Why now?"
In 1994, Kerrigan had to overcome a knee injury on her journey to the Winter Olympics when she was attacked with a police baton by assailant Shane Stant, who had been hired by Jeff Gillooly, the ex-husband of skating rival Harding.
Though the attacker didn't break Kerrigan's leg, he came inches away from shattering the Olympian's kneecap.
Kerrigan was forced to withdraw from the U.S. Championships for rehabilitation purposes, but her USA teammates agreed one of the two spots on their Olympic team belonged to her. Kerrigan then went on to win a silver medal at the 1994 games.
The figure-skating scandal is memorable to this day, as it made national headlines at the time and had the whole world talking.
Harding was ultimately banned for life from the U.S. Figure Skating Association, while Stant, Gillooly, Harding's bodyguard Shawn Eckardt, and Stant's uncle Derrick Smith all served prison time for their roles in the attack, Us Weekly reported.
Kerrigan is currently competing on Dancing with the Stars with her professional partner Artem Chigvintsev.
On the Season 24 premiere, Kerrigan and Chigvintsev tied for third place on Monday night's leaderboard with two other couples after they received 28 out of 40 possible points from Dancing with the Stars judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Julianne Hough, Len Goodman, and Bruno Tonioli.
Kerrigan proved figure skating is much different from ballroom dancing, however, she impressed with her Viennese waltz.
Since the Dancing with the Stars community is so tight and many of the pros have been working together for so long, there seems to be a new rumor every couple of months about which professional dancers are hooking up or dating.
Longtime pro Cheryl Burke even previously admitted she had kissed Maksim Chmerkovskiy -- who has actually been engaged to two different female Dancing with the Stars professional dancers -- and "tried to have fun" with Mark Ballas.
"I think we all dated each other at one point," Burke said during a 2016 appearance on the Allegedly with Theo Von & Matthew Cole podcast.
So what are the latest hookups, marriages and engagements? Who are some of the cutest couples in the Dancing with the Stars world, and which dancers have found love elsewhere?
Click the gallery link below to find out who some of your favorite Dancing with the Stars professional dancers -- including Alec Mazo, Allison Holker, Anna Trebunskaya, Artem Chigvintsev, Derek Hough, Emma Slater, Gleb Savchenko, Edyta Sliwinska, Kym Johnson, Lindsay Arnold, Louis van Amstel, Mark, Maksim, Peta Murgatroyd, Sasha Farber, Val Chmerkovskiy, and Witney Carson -- are romantically involved with!
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