An insider dished to CDL, “Chris wouldn’t stop flirting with Chelsie, it was embarrassing to watch – he couldn’t take the hint.
He ever made comments comparing her to his former partner Witney Carson, and saying that he and Chelsie had way better chemistry.
If there was such a classification as “F-List Celebrity” or “G-List Celebrity,” Chris Soules would be leading the pack.
Chris Soules has been performing with DWTS alum Chelsie Hightower at the North Shore Theater in Boston, along with a slew of people none of us remember from the reality TV show So You Think You Can Dance.
In addition to working with the celebrity, the pro has to help design costumes, choose the music and decide what props to use. You have a costume consultation on Tuesday and you have to rehearse five to seven hours a day.” Add in press interviews and it’s clear the job is more difficult than it looks. But, at the end of the day, it is a TV show.”During her seven seasons on “Dancing,” Hightower worked with a range of celebrities – from racecar champion Helio Castroneves to singer Michael Bolton.
Even when a celebrity is voted off, the professional stays, performing in group dances and “bumpers” – dance turns before and after commercials.“There’s so much that’s out of your control,” Hightower says. Her best finish was fourth – with rodeo star Ty Murray.
Chelsie grew up with five athletic older brothers, and spent most of her childhood outside playing sports.
I don’t care what anyone says.” Born on July 21, 1989 in Las Vegas, Nevada, and raised in Orem, Utah.