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Val Chmerkovskiy Feels As Though He’s Already Won The Season Of Dancing With The Stars

April 08, 2015 08:00 AM by Lisa Princ


It’s no secret that Val Chmerkovskiy is itching to win his first mirror ball trophy on Dancing With The Stars, and the judges have already told him that this could definitely be his season with partner Rumer Willis. But with quite a few weeks left in the season, why does Val already feel like he has won it all?

Val Chmerkovskiy has quite a few seasons under his belt on Dancing With The Stars, but he is missing one thing – the mirror ball trophy. However, if the strong performances with partner Rumer Willis continue this season, Val definitely has a shot at winning. However, in a recent interview, Chmerkovskiy said that he already feels like he has won, but why is that? It’s all because of his friendship with Rumer Willis, who shared her emotional story of being bullied during this week’s most memorable year performances.

“Obviously I’m familiar with her parents and the opportunity to get to know her and meet her, honestly I feel like I already won the season because of that. She’s awesome; she’s a great friend. Just on so many other levels besides the dance floor, I think she’s such an incredible person. I’m glad that America gets to see that,” Chmerkovskiy recently gushed of his partner to E! News.

Awe, can he get any sweeter? Val also dished that prior to this season, he only knew of Rumer through the tabloids and her parents, like many of us.

What do you think of DWTS this season? Are you rooting for Val and Rumer to win it all this season? Sound off on Facebook and Twitter and let us know!


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