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'Dancing' pair Sabrina Bryan and Mark Ballas play coy about romance

By Christopher Rocchio, 11/02/2007 

Their time in the Dancing with the Stars ballroom came to a surprise end on Tuesday, but Sabrina Bryan and professional partner Mark Ballas are still dancing around something else -- whether or not they are romantically involved.

"Honestly, the only thing we have thought about the last couple of months is the competition," Bryan told Entertainment Tonight anchor Mary Hart during a Wednesday interview.  "We have enjoyed each other's time.  I can't believe I met him and [instantly] felt like I knew him for 10 years."

Bryan, a 23-year-old co-star of Disney's The Cheetah Girls films, and Ballas, a 22-year-old who was participating as a Dancing with the Stars professional for the first time during the fifth season, always appeared to have good chemistry both on the dance floor and in rehearsals. 

After their elimination was announced on Dancing with the Stars' Tuesday night results show, Bryan called Ballas "baby" during their goodbye comments.  Ballas replied by telling Bryan "I love you."

"The second our chemistry happened on-stage, it was unstoppable for us," Bryan told Hart.  "We couldn't have held it back if we wanted to." 

The same could be said for Dancing with the Stars third-season pair Mario Lopez and Karina Smirnoff, who played coy about their romantic relationship during the Fall 2006 installment of the show.  The couple continued to dance around the issue of their relationship despite being seen vacationing with one another in Mexico last November and reportedly moving in with one another in May.

Bryan and Ballas have apparently taken a play from Lopez and Smirnoff's gameplan as evidenced in their answer when Hart asked if they're a couple.

"Yes.  No," Bryan and Ballas answered in unison with a laugh. "Or are we?" added Ballas. 

In addition, Bryan and Ballas held hands during their Wednesday morning appearance on ABC's Good Morning America and during their interview with Hart.

"I've loved every minute dancing with Sabrina. I love her," Ballas told People after the pair's Tuesday night elimination.  "We've had a blast. I'm sad I won't get to see her tomorrow."


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