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She is highly remembered for her Emmy nominated performances with Mark Kanemura to a revision of "Bleeding Love" by Leona Lewis choreographed by Nappy Tabs and with Joshua Allen to "A Los Amigas" choreographed by Dimitry Chaplin. Hightower was one of two contestants who were never in the bottom 3.
After season four, Chelsie has since returned in season eight as an All-Star and in season 10 as a choreographer and All-Star.
Hightower made an appearance in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Winter 2010 edition (pages 152 and 153) along with three other couples from Dancing with the Stars.
From November 1, 2014 through April 19, 2015, Hightower performed with Dancing Pros Live, a touring show in which five dance couples compete and then the audience picks the winner.
Dancing with the Stars pro Chelsie Hightower recently revealed that dating his celeb partner and snowboarding champ Louie Vito is not totally out of her mind, kind of rebuffing an admission by another ...
Louie Vito (born March 20, 1988) and Chelsie Hightower (born July 21, 1989) are partners on the popular reality TV show "Dancing with the Stars." "DWTS" pairs famous people with professional dancers and pits the couples against each other in a ballroom dance competition.
She was not on season 13 (2011), but returned in season 14 (2012) partnered with Disney Channel star Roshon Fegan.Hightower joined the season eight cast of Dancing with the Stars as a professional dancer, and was partnered with Ty Murray, a nine-time World Champion rodeo cowboy.On May 12, 2009, she and Murray were eliminated from the competition with a 4th-place finish. Her partner for season nine was professional snowboarder Louie Vito."They're going to vote for the person they relate to the most," Hightower revealed. "You've got to be sell-able." Hightower competed in seasons 8-15 of "After 19 seasons, people start to catch on as to what works and what they think the audience wants to see," she noted. I'm not going to be someone to put on a show [to] create drama." The dancer admitted that there is "so much that's out of your control" that having the Mirrorball Trophy as a goal is difficult.
She started dancing when she was nine years old and received conventional training since the age of 14.