From earning law degrees to becoming full-out dance instructors, these former contestants have gone on to accomplish quite a bit since we last saw them.
Here’s what we were able to find out after a whole lot of stalking some very extensive research.
I started playing guitar at age 9 and then I started getting really heavy into dance when I was about 12. BC, where does your love of music come from and when did you know you wanted to create music? Mark: It is really cool, because when I was on , I would walk through this area every day trying to find a clean bathroom. BC, would you ever consider being a contestant on Dancing with the Stars?
BC: I have always loved music and I always would sing and it was always in me since I was very little. I would hide in my closet at night and write my emotions and cry and be romantic and then my poems became songs. We are kind of telling our stories but try to tell them in a non-selfish way so everyone can relate to them. So the fact Charmin has done this, it’s cleaned after every use, it’s like right here. It would be cool with her as Mary, me as Judas, it would be kind of interesting because we play against each other.
His brother Val will still be a dance pro on "DWTS." "I just want to set the record straight to all of my amazing fans that I will unfortunately not be returning for this season of 'Dancing With the Stars,'" Chmerkovskiy told Life & Style in a statement.
"I’ve been a pro dancer on the show for about seven years now and am eager to explore other opportunities that have been made possible because of 'Dancing With the Stars.' I'm going to take this time to dive into producing and acting, while fulfilling my sponsorship obligations." Hightower, who has been a "DWTS" pro since 2009, let the news slip that she would not be returning for this season of "DWTS" in an airport interview with TMZ last week.
The cast of "Dancing With The Stars" Season 16 was announced Tuesday morning, and two of the show's most familiar faces were missing from the lineup.
Twitter Reactions To Rumored Wedding“They certainly looked like a happy couple” a close friend Tweeted on Saturday (March 3).
She stressed that the decision was not her choice, and left the door open for a possible return in the future.
“We frequently rotate the professional dancers, so it is not unusual for them to rest a cycle,” an ABC spokesperson told Life & Style in a statement.
“As we consider who will be matched up each season, there are a lot of factors that dictate which couples make the best pairings.
We appreciate each of our dancers dedication to the show, so this is a very difficult decision.