Robert Herjavec may have been eliminated from Dancing With the Stars, but his professional partner Kym Johnson still has some work to do. It's customary for eliminated pros to participate in the show in group dances or to help out out couples still in competition. Kym Johnson revealed on Instagram and Twitter on Sunday that she's prepping for Monday's show. But will her rumored love interest be looking on from the audience?Eliminated celebrities also remain part of the Dancing With the Stars family. They cheer on their former rivals and even return in future seasons to watch the action. Herjavec has been quiet on social media about his whereabouts, and there was fan speculation he was with Kym in a romantic locale over the weekend. Kym posted a teasing photo of two feet over a couple of drinks. Fans wondered if one of those feet belonged to Robert.
Although Kym did say she was in Palm Springs, she did not name her vacation buddy. The setting could be romantic, or it could be a "girls night out." Johnson did reveal on Friday she was at a bachelorette party with other Dancing With the Stars pros.
But there is one clue Kym Johnson and Robert Herjavec were spending some play time together. Johnson apparently played mini golf over the weekend. Robert is a known sportsman, even promising Johnson a Ferrari if they had actually won Dancing With the Stars. He is also a single-digit golfer and frequent participant in charity tournaments, according to his official Shark Tank biography on CTV.
Robert took to Twitter on Monday to express his support to another celebrity still in the competition: Noah Galloway. Herjavec and Galloway became close friends during the competition. Going by the judges' scores, Noah and Sharna are in the most vulnerable position heading into the semi-finals. That may be one reason why Herjavec is rallying his own fans to give their support to the army veteran.Dancing With the Stars fans can rest assured that if Robert shows up to support Kym, Noah, and Sharna, the cameras will catch him applauding.
The action gets underway at 8 p.m. on ABC.