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2: Tia Carrere (6th)3: Willa Ford (7th)4: Laila Ali (3rd)5: Mel B (2nd)7: Misty May-Treanor (10th)8: Denise Richards (12th)9: Debi Mazar (12th)10: Erin Andrews (3rd)11: Brandy (4th)12: Kirstie Alley (2nd)13: Hope Solo (4th)14: Melissa Gilbert (5th)All-Stars: Kirstie Alley (7th)18: Meryl Davis (1st)23: Amber Rose (9th)24: Heather Morris (8th)25: Vanessa Lachey (7th/8th) Internationally renowned ballroom dance champion, choreographer and 15-time “Dancing with the Stars” pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy has quickly become one of America’s most watched and most beloved cast members of the smash hit series.The Ukrainian-American heartthrob, often affectionately referred to as the “bad boy of the ballroom,” won the show’s coveted Mirrorball trophy in 2014 and made it to the final round five times, with two runner-up and two third-place finishes.You’re a victim, you didn’t do anything to yourself.’” Erin, who not only faced her stalker in court recently, but has received death threats, said the cast of the show has been extremely supportive. I’ve got a Russian on my side that isn’t going to let anyone come near me,” she said of her “Dancing” partner.
Maksim "Maks" Aleksandrovich Chmerkovskiy is a Ukrainian Latin Ballroom dance champion, choreographer, Broadway performer, and actor .
He is widely known as one of the professional dancers on the American television series Dancing with the Stars, on which he first appeared in season two.
In 14 appearances on the show, Chmerkovskiy made it to the final round four times, with two runner-up and two third place finishes.
On May 20, 2014, Chmerkovskiy, paired with Olympic ice dancer Meryl Davis, won his first Dancing with the Stars title.
Chmerkovskiy’s professional choreography work includes three numbers in the world famous water-based stage production, “Le Rêve,” at the Wynn Las Vegas; the “Dancing with the Stars” 34-city tour; a national commercial for Propel water; and he provided choreography for hot up-and-coming actress Zendaya’s music video for the song "Neverland," from Broadway’s “Finding Neverland.” Chmerkovskiy is no stranger himself to Broadway, having starred in the inaugural production of the live dance show “Burn the Floor” when it opened in the summer of 2009 with his former “Dancing with the Stars” pro Karina Smirnoff.