Robert Herjavec, Kym Johnson Kissing: ‘DWTS’ Duo Bring Love To Palm Springs, Get Caught Kissing

Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson were caught kissing while on a recent trip to Palm Springs, California, after being eliminated from Dancing With The Stars. Rumors about the two dating have been circulating for weeks, but it now appears as though they really are an item.

According to NewsOXY, Robert and Kym have been downplaying their obvious romance, but it seems as though the Shark Tank star and the professional dancer may have found something really wonderful together, even if they continue to deny it publicly.

As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Robert and Kym made headlines when they shared a kiss during a dance on “America’s Choice” week, but the two insisted that they just gave fans what they wanted, and nothing more.

“It was just part of the dance! We just thought, ‘Let’s see how we feel on the night,’ and that’s what we did. It took me by surprise because I didn’t know if he was going to do it or not,” said Kym at the time.

Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson kissing photos have been passed around on the internet for a couple of days now. According to the Mail Online, the two got extremely close while working together on Dancing With The Stars, and it appears as though that romance has lasted post-ballroom.

While on their little vacation together, the two were seen holding hands, and just enjoying each other’s company — definitely looking more like a couple than “just friends,” as they may want you to believe.

“They did more than just keep in touch over the weekend though, when the couple was spotted with their arms draped around each other. Robert and Kym also shared a kiss in their hotel’s lobby. While she stopped short of confirming anything explicitly, Kym dropped a hint on Saturday when she posted an Instagram photo showing a desert scene, fire pit, and the legs of two people.”

Do the Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson kissing photos convince you that the two are an item? Do you think that their relationship will last?

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