Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson had a busy couple of days heading into Week 7 of Dancing with the Stars. On Friday, Robert and Kym attended the Race to Erase MS event in Los Angeles. Herjavec tweeted out his support for the cause and his congratulations to honoree Tommy Hilfiger. He included a photo of himself with his professional dancing partner.
— Robert Herjavec (@robertherjavec) April 25, 2015
While the image might imply Robert and Kym have finally decided to make it official and reveal their much-rumored romance, it turns out they were not the only Dancing with the Stars couple that made it to the MS gala. The Daily Mail spotted a stunning Rumer Willis and her partner, Val Chmerkovskiy, and a number of other celebrities at the same event.
Herjavec was apparently fine with jokes about his love life, as he retweeted a fan’s tweet about his budding relationship with fellow DWTS contestant Noah Galloway. Robert spoke highly about Galloway in his most recent blog for Entertainment Weekly.
— TayDominix (@TaylorDominix) April 25, 2015
Earlier this week, Robert revealed he and Kym are working hard on their 80s-themed performance for Monday night. They will dance the Argentine Tango. Johnson has the bruises to prove they are putting all their energy into their moves.
— Robert Herjavec (@robertherjavec) April 24, 2015
Buddy TV also had some good news for couples like Robert and Kym who are relying on fan votes to keep them in the competition. There will no longer be a double elimination next week. Only one couple will go home. In addition, the anniversary special due to air later in the season will be on Tuesday. Tuesday night results shows are still on the agenda, but they will debut at least after next week.
The couple with the highest score Monday night will be immune from elimination. The remaining couples will put in some extra steps to try to get extra points.
As for Robert and Kym’s fate, Buddy TV predicts they may go home Monday after two weeks of low judges’ scores. Last week, they survived the tense moments as the results were announced and Patti LaBelle exited the program.
Dancing with the Stars airs 8 p.m. on ABC.
[Main image: Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson attend the 4th Annual Reel Stories, Real Lives Benefiting the Motion Picture and Television Fund, April 25, 2015, Hollywood, California, courtesy of Getty]