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29 September 2020 04:38

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Jeannie Mai Dedicates DWTS Performance to Fiancé Jeezy

Jeannie Mai is going the distance on the dance floor with Jeezy by her side. Disney night at Dancing With the Stars proved extra magical for The Real co-host, who performed a Viennese Waltz to "Married Life" from Up. During rehearsals with pro partner Brandon Armstrong, Jeannie admitted that her and the rapper's love story inspired her decision to dance to the title track from the beloved Pixar flick. "It's very symbolic to J and I," she shared. "My entire life took a turn when I met my fiancé J. We went on our first date and we got engaged a few months ago...

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He adds to my dreams. He colors them in. I played Up for him while we were dating. This movie is how I would like to grow old together. Jeezy, who just so happened to be celebrating his 43rd birthday when the bride-to-be competed, added, "On our first date, I couldn't look through her or around her.

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All I've seen is her." Jeannie Mai couldn't contain her excitement after receiving her highest score to date on Dancing With the Stars. Following her and partner Brandon Armstrong's performance to "Married Life" from the popular Pixar film, Up, Mai was building up her elation as the first two scores from Carrie Ann Inaba and Derek Hough were each 7s but reached a high when Bruno Tonioli flipped over his card to reveal an 8. After seeing that score, Mai let out a scream before running over to Mai and grabbing the card, even asking if she could keep it to remember the moment. After the routine, the pair's score of 22 was the highest after the first six dances. Prior to Disney Night, Mai's first two performances each resulted in a combined 18 score.

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The television host entered the competition with not much knowledge of the dancing world, telling People that she had never ballroom danced before and her experiences dancing before were limited to "electric slides at wedding to dancing on top of a couple of speakers at bachelorette parties and raves." Despite the inexperience, it appears Mai has been a quick learner just three weeks into the competition. Here are some of the most notable reactions from viewers after watching Mai's outburst of emotions after netting her highest score to date. Jeezy is showing the love! The ATL-based rapper and music mogul, born Jay Wayne Jenkins, turned 43 years old on Monday, but before he could fully celebrate his own birthday he had to show love and support to his beloved Jeannie Mai! Related: Jeannie Has A FANTASTIC Response To Racist Coronavirus Jokes!

The Recession rapper took time on his 'G-Day' to send best wishes to the TV host and fashion-forward style guru ahead of her big week on Dancing With The Stars upcoming! As you can see (below), the I Luv It rapper REALLY luvs the San Jose-born television personality — and he's really rooting for her to make a big splash on the hit dance competition show, too! So big he bought a BILLBOARD telling people to vote for her! Ch-ch-check it out (below): Awww! So cute! That's a great, supportive boyfriend right there, y'all! Reactions, Perezcious readers?! How much do U love these two together?? The most perfect pair!!! Sound OFF with your reaction here down in the comments (below)!!! [Image via Derrick Salters/WENN/Jeezy/Instagram.] Something about the theme song from Up always manages to make me cry. Case in point, Jeannie Mai's beautiful performance on Dancing With the Stars's Disney night. For the special episode, the host of The Real and her partner Brandon Armstrong channeled Ellie and Carl from the 2009 Pixar film. As if the performance wasn't moving enough, Mai dedicated the number to her fiancé Jeezy, who was celebrating his birthday. During the show, she mentioned that she actually thought of Up when they first met, because she knew she wanted to grow old with him like the characters in the movie. How sweet! Prepare to get emotional as you watch the performance above.