Is Erin Andrews Dating Her Dancing Partner Maksim?

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ESPN hottie Erin Andrews seen cozying up to her Dancing With the Stars partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

Even though she didn't triumph on this season of Dancing With the Stars, sportscaster Erin Andrews seems to be dealing with her disappointment well. She was spotted out with her Dancing partner, pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy, at New York's SL earlier this week, doing—what else?—some dirty dancing. "They couldn't keep their hands off each other," an onlooker told The New York Post's Page Six.

Erin and Maksim came in third on the ABC dancing show last week, behind Nicole Scherzinger (who is actually a professional dancer) and her partner, Derek Hough; and Olympic gold medal–winning figure skater Evan Lysacek and his partner, Anna Trebunskaya. Erin's rep had no comment on their sexy date the other night, and Erin herself denied the rumors back in April when the show was still going on, but she recently told Ellen Degeneres, when asked if they were dating, "Depends on what day you get us on." Oooooh...Erin and Maksim, sitting in a tree... DWTS: Passion On The Dance Floor…And Off?

Maksim was engaged to fellow Dancing With the Stars pro Karina Smirnoff until last September, when the couple called it quits. And a few years ago Erin was rumored to be dating Mets first baseman David Wright, which sent every lady Mets fan into a hysterical, jealous tizzy, but those rumors were never confirmed. After the year Erin's had, with her crazy-ass stalker, the horrible naked-keyhole tapes, and the death threats, we hope she really is getting cozy with Maksim. He seems delightful, like a giant Ukrainian teddy bear. Dancing Can Improve Your Relationship

Via The New York Post. Photo via Bauer-Griffin.

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