10 Times Jenna Johnson And Val Chmerkovskiy Were Serious #RelationshipGoals
There's nothing we love more than a dance power couple, and ballroom stars Jenna Johnson and Val Chmerkovskiy are just that. Honestly, we stan the recently-engaged duo so hard! Here are 10 times they made our hearts burst.
When Jenna Basically Confirmed the Romance
When Jenna posted this picture back in July of 2017, we were #shooketh. We'd had our suspicions earlier, but the image made it pretty clear that things were getting very romantical with Val.
When Val Took Care of Sick Jenna
A man who will drop everything to take care of you when you're sick (while he dresses amazingly)? 🙌🙌🙌
When They Took a Picture-Perfect Trip to Paris
When Val Stopped By "So You Think You Can Dance" To Support Jenna
All we need now is a trio performance on "Dancing with the Stars" featuring Kiki Nyemchek and the power couple. Seems like a reasonable ask, no?
When They Carved Pumpkins Together For the First Time
Nothing spooky here! Just a couple madly in love.
When They Had a Romantic Getaway in Cabo
If even the iguanas think you're adorable...
When They Celebrated Their First Christmas Together
Who needs presents when you have a dancing hunk under your tree?
When Val Sent Jenna Four Dozen Roses on Tour
Most guys won't even text you back, but Val is all 🌹🌹🌹
When They Walked the "Crazy Rich Asians" Red Carpet Together
Hollywood, please cast them in a dance-centered rom com ASAP!
When They Got Engaged in Venice, Italy
Be still our hearts! We're so happy for Jenna and Val, and this engagement was nothing short of jaw-dropping. So, can we get an invite to the wedding now?
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Congratulations to Dance Spirit's 2019 Cover Model Search finalists: Darriel Johnakin, Diego Pasillas, and Emma Sutherland! One of them will win a spot on Dance Spirit's Fall 2019 cover. Learn more about the dancers on their profile pages, and then vote for your favorite below. You can vote once a day now through July 15.
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Imagine attending American Ballet Theatre's prestigious NYC summer intensive, training among classical ballet legends. Imagine taking the stage at New York City Dance Alliance Nationals, competing against some of the country's best contemporary dancers. Now, imagine doing both—at the same time.
Welcome to Madison Brown's world. This summer, she's in her third year as a National Training Scholar with ABT, while also competing for NYCDA's Teen Outstanding Dancer title. (She's already won Outstanding Dancer in the Mini and Junior categories.) The logistics are complicated—ABT's five-week intensive overlaps with the weeklong NYCDA Nationals, which translates to a lot of cabs back and forth across Manhattan—but Maddie is committed to making the most of each opportunity. "I love contemporary and ballet equally," she says. "While I'm able to do both, I want to do as much as I can."
Maddie has an expressive face, endless extensions, and a quiet command of the stage. She dances with remarkable maturity—a trait noted by none other than Jennifer Lopez, one of the judges on NBC's "World of Dance," on which Maddie competed in Season 2. Although Maddie didn't take home the show's top prize, she was proud to be the youngest remaining soloist when she was eliminated, and saw the whole experience as an opportunity to grow. After all, she's just getting started. Oh, that's right—did we mention Maddie's only 14?
If you're a hardcore Broadway baby, today is the worst Sunday of the year. Why, you ask? The Tony Awards were last Sunday, so basically there's nothing to look forward to in life anymore—no James Corden being James Corden, no teary acceptance speeches from newly minted stars, no thrilling excerpts from the hottest new shows. Oh yeah, and there are 50 more Sundays to go before our humdrum lives are once again blessed with the next annual iteration of Broadway's biggest night.