She's been a regular on the show since 2009, but "Dancing With the Stars" pro Chelsie Hightower is no longer welcome in the ballroom -- at least for now -- telling TMZ she has been AXED from the show's upcoming season.Chelsie -- who's been partnered with celebs like Michael Bolton, Romeo, and Jake Pavelka -- was at LAX last night when our photog asked her about "DWTS'" upcoming season ... But Chelsie dropped a bombshell (accidentally) and told our photog something she wasn't supposed to ...
Chelsie Kay Hightower (born July 21, 1989) is a ballroom dancer.
She is known for being a regular dance partner, trainer and choreographer on the ABC competition show Dancing with the Stars.
If he is happy with her, then I am happy for him.” Interestingly enough, Chelsie admitted Mark, 24, isn’t confessing his true feelings for the 22-year-old next week, Chelsie dished some insider scoop.
“On Tuesday night, he will be dancing alone to her — it won’t be part of the competition,” she explained, adding.
While visiting New York City in early 2013, Chelsie Hightower attended an LDS sacrament meeting where she heard a man's conversion story.
It made her reconsider the importance of her career.
Age 14: Gets the chance to leave Studio One and work with world renowned choreographer Shirley Ballas, but wrestles with the decision.
“I think [Pia] is a great girl and he is a great guy,” Chelsie said. Mark is my best friend, so I wish him all the happiness and all the success in the world.
One day, something “clicked” and she started winning almost every competition she entered.
Age 11-12: Wins her first national dancing title, gains a bunch of self-confidence, starts experimenting with jazz, ballet, and hip-hop dancing, and joins Studio One‘s junior dance company in Utah.
There are always temptations, and they come in different ways, but this is really who I am. She started as the worst dancer in the class, and the slowest learner.