They've been dancing around the speculation for weeks, but now, still reeling from the most shocking cut in the show's five-season history, "Cheetah Girl" Sabrina Bryan admits that she and her Dancing with the Stars pro partner, Mark Ballas, are dating."We're going out tomorrow," says Bryan, referring to Sunday the 4th.

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According to Ballas, says Bryan, the bigger problem is that "the female stars have a hard time competing with the professional women." But Bryan and Ballas consistently wowed the crowd. And one of my biggest fears was stepping away from them and not having someone around me that I felt was my true family. And the fact that Mark and I were able to get so close so quickly was so awesome. It made me able to trust him in ways that would've stopped or held back my performances had I not trusted him." And although Byran acknowledges that people started talking about them as a couple weeks ago, she says they haven't gone down that road – until now.

"We've been so focused on the competition," says Bryan.

is an American dancer, choreographer, singer-songwriter, musician, and actor.

Ballas is a professional ballroom dancer on the ABC program Dancing with the Stars.

A lot of people leave this competition unnoticed, but we are going out with a bang.'" Bryan and Ballas hit it off from the start.

They're both high energy performers, they both sing and dance (Ballas is the lead guitarist and lead vocalist in a band called Almost Amy), and they're both perfectionists, hard workers and extremely driven.

He began competing on the show in the fall of 2007.

He was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Choreography in 2011.

"And when it ended, it was so heartbreaking because we knew we weren't going to get a chance to really show America what we wanted to do in the competition. All of these celebrities, who've been practicing so hard, run on fumes for the first days and weeks after the show. "It's so weird not to be rehearsing right now," she says.