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DWTS Romance: Kristin Cavallari and Mark Ballas Cozy Up

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The new season of Dancing With The Stars 13 has not yet premiered and already there is romance in the air. Kristin Cavallari and Mark Ballas are already a little more than partners on the dance floor.

It seems that Mark Ballas is the rebound hunk for Kristin Cavallari. No wonder she said that training for Dancing with the Stars 13 was helping her get over the breakup of her engagement to fiance Jay Cutler. She has embarked upon a steamy fling with her Dancing with the Stars partner, Mark Ballas, according to the new issue of Star magazine.

Ballas also seems to have dusted himself off from the end of his relationship with American Idol finalist and season favorite Pia Toscano.

Apparently, things got hot and heavy between Cavallari and Ballas soon after they they began practicing for the show’s 13th season late last month. Witnesses who saw them on a dinner date at the Marix Tex Mex Café  in West Hollywood last week said “they were all over each other,” despite Derek Hough making up the trio.

Poor Hough got to play third wheel as a giggling Kristin enjoyed Mark nuzzling at her neck. They apparently only had eyes for each other.

“You can tell she is really into him,” said the eye witness.

So they seem more than friends, cuddling away well into the evening in a private booth. The sexy dance duo “were definitely very comfortable together and extremely flirty” as they celebrated The Abbey founder David Cooley’s birthday. They were said to be constantly holding hands and touching each other so it should be interesting to see how that translates on to the dance floor when Dancing with the Stars premieres on September 19 on ABC.

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