Former Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson is not any stranger to the mirror ball trophy. The gold medalist was topped the Dancing With the Stars champ in 2009 alongside her companion, Mark Ballas, and in 2012 she returned to the ballroom to compete within the all-star version with now choose Derek Hough.
Once more, Shawn beat out many of the competitors and got here in second place.
Kaitlyn Bristowe has a superb probability of successful ‘DWTS.’
Kaitlyn’s journey to DWTS has not been simple. Initially supplied the gig in 2015, after her season of The Bachelorette aired, Kaitlyn revealed she was compelled to show it down.
Now, 5 years later, the Canadian magnificence, who’s the daughter of a ballerina, is able to take dwelling the mirror ball trophy.
Based on US-Bookies.com, Kaitlyn has 14 to 1 odds to win DWTS Season 29, trailing behind Skai Jackson, Justina Machado, Johnny Weir, and early favourite A.J. McLean.
“My mother was knowledgeable ballerina. I began dancing after I was three years outdated. I give up for some time and received again into taking jazz, faucet, and modern after I was round 12. I assumed that is what I wish to do with my profession,” Kaitlyn informed TV Insider. “I moved to Vancouver after highschool and danced with an organization and I did some cheerleading there. Across the age of 24, I gave up on dancing. That’s why this chance is so thrilling. I’m thrilled. Dancing is a large ardour.”
She continued of filming DWTS amid the coronavirus pandemic, “It’d be a bonus to have an viewers, however I’m simply completely happy to be there. I’m taking recommendation from previous [Bachelor Nation] contestants. They’ve stated, ‘Simply take pleasure in each minute.’”
We’ll be rooting Kaitlyn on proper together with Shawn!
Watch Dancing With the Stars Mondays at eight p.m ET on ABC.