Dancing With the Stars first premiered on June 1, , introducing a completely different kind of reality show. The ABC program quickly became popular among curious viewers who tuned in every week to see if their favorite couple would be quickstepping to the next round or voted off of the dance floor — and, over ten years later, DWTS is more popular than ever. However, as fans of the show know, DWTS can sometimes feel like it's as much of a dating show as it is a dance competition. Throughout the years it's been on the air, DWTS has spawned numerous real-life relationships, as well as countless relationship rumors. While many of these buzzed-about romances — or "showmances, " as fans call them — end shortly after the cameras stop rolling, some DWTS couples have managed to make their relationships work in the real world.
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Couples that met on 'Dancing with the Stars'
Dancing with the Stars wrapped up season 29 and crowned another mirrorball trophy winner. Congrats Kaitlyn Bristowe! Even in , the show and the dances must go on. The ballroom looked and sounded a bit different with no full cast dance numbers, no fans in the stands, and only a few virtual cameos from judge extraordinaire Len Goodman.
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10 Australian Reality TV Couples Who've Actually Lasted
Tim Campbell born 27 September is an Australian television and stage actor and singer, best known for playing the character of Dan Baker in the soap opera Home and Away between and In , he came third series 6 of Dancing with the Stars. In , Campbell appeared in two episodes of Home and Away as Brad. In , he appeared in 13 episodes of Big Sky as Blake Wallace. Smaller roles continued throughout the early s, until where he played Constable Stubbs in the children's television series, Snobs.
Nonetheless, given the abysmal success rate of modern-day reality romance programs, the prospect of finding long-lasting love on television can seem quite disheartening for most. But it isn't all fauxmance and failure—and these couples are living proof. Below, all the couples who captured our hearts on national television and, better yet, are still going strong.