We think it's time to officially put those rumors about trouble in Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici's relationship to rest, thanks to a romantic grand gesture.
"I want to incorporate Catherine into this dance," Sean tells his pro partner Peta Murgatroyd during rehearsal footage shown during last night's show. "I owe everything to Catherine," the Bachelor continued. "I hope she sees how much I love her through this Viennese Waltz." He added, "I kept picturing her through these 8-hour rehearsals."
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We're pretty sure she saw, minus the 10 seconds she was happily ambushed by her fiancé's beaming face as he closed his dance with a kiss.
But those two lovebirds weren't the only ones piling on the romance during DWTS’ always-touching Best Year week, where the contestants dedicate their dances to the best year in their life.
Adding more smiles than schmaltz to the lovey-dovey atmosphere were Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff, whose foxtrot was dedicated to Jacoby's adorable 1-year-old son, proudly seated on his grandmother's lap in the front row.
Are Jacoby and Karina officially the sexiest couple in the ballroom this season? We couldn't help noticing how freely her hands move across the NFL star's enormous pecs and biceps during rehearsals. Just saying ...
Another cute couple, Olympian Aly Raisman and her pro partner Mark Ballas, showed how their relationship is deepening while they practiced their routine.
"You can't have a boyfriend," Mark told Aly, who turns 19 next month. "I'm really protective." Hmm... protective like an older brother, or like a jealous BFF who secretly wants more? We can't decide!
Blue-eyed soap star Ingo Rademacher declared 2009 the best year of his life, because that's when he married his wife. "To me, I had nothing," he told the cameras. "My life really started when I met her." To top off the heartfelt speech, he added, "I waited a long time for her."
But it was Kellie Pickler who, in our opinion, wins this week's award for the most romantic moment. Not only did she open up about her decision to elope with her husband Kyle Jacobs to a tiny island in the Caribbean, but Kyle, who is a musician, sang the song he wrote for her, "Say I Do," during her dance with pro partner Derek Hough.
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