‘DWTS’ Fans Are Begging Emma Slater to Get Back Together With Sasha Farber
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The Dancing With the Stars fandom mourned the loss of their favorite professional couple last summer when Emma Slater and Sasha Farber called it quits. The couple split up after four years of marriage, but a recent video posted by Farber got fans begging for them to reconcile.
DWTS Fans Want Emma Slater, Sasha Farber to Get Back Together
The breakup has been difficult for both professional dancers according to a source close to them, largely due to being together for a long time. For those who may not know, they started dating in 2011 and were in an on-and-off relationship until they wed in 2018. They announced their breakup in 2022, but a recent video posted by Farber got fans hopeful that they might get back together.
The Instagram video got the attention of fans around as the former couple is seen dancing the Samba together from one of the DWTS live tour dates. Fans quickly took to the comments section to express their hopes that the two would reconcile their relationship.
While they’re not currently together anymore, they haven’t filed for a divorce yet, and they continue to be close friends with each other. Slater even praised Farber’s work with season 31 celebrity Selma Blair, who was suffering from MS which caused her early departure from the series.
They Continue to Work Together Post-Breakup
While they are in two totally different places now in their lives, Slater and Farber continue to keep things professional in the ballroom. They both still share the dogs they had when they were together and even went on tour with DWTS in early 2022.
“They still get along, they’re figuring things out but there’s no bad blood and they are still friends,” A source said.
Slater and Farber may have had their last dance together, but they have gone out of their way to say they will be “friends for life.” Rumors of their breakup started circulating three years into their marriage together, and a source revealed that they have already grown apart in the months leading up to their breakup.