Carrie Ann Inaba Sparks Rumors She Married Fiancé Robb Derringer After Posing in White Gown!


Here comes the bride?

Fans were confused when Dancing With the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba shared a photo of herself with her fiancé, Robb Derringer, posing in a white gown and black tuxedo over the weekend, leading many to believe the engaged couple may have gotten married!

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“…and then there’s love❤️,” Carrie, 49, captioned the sweet photo of the two hand-in-hand. She said nothing about them tying the knot, though! The photo seemed to be a throwback from the DWTS finale last week!

Once user commented, “Are they married?” Another added, “Looks like your ready to walk down the aisle!!!!?”

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Carrie Ann and her man got engaged in December 2016 at the site of their first date, a secluded beach along the California coast.

In a recent exclusive interview with Closer Weekly, Carrie Ann opened up about the couple’s perfect relationship. “I’m so happy. We’re both so happy right now,” she said at the time.

When asked if she began wedding planning in January 2017, she replied, “Not just yet, but we have an idea of what we want to do!”

“[Being engaged] is just a beautiful time to just enjoy each other and that’s what we’re doing,” Carrie Ann added.

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And she’s clearly enjoying Robb, that’s for sure! “Everything feels possible with Robb in my life. We talk about it all the time — because we’re older, we’re both close to 50… This is the time of your life when you really start to appreciate everything that you have,” she told Closer. “And we definitely feel that we have everything we need in this life. So anything that could come our way is absolutely possible to get through because we have each other and that’s such a really wonderful feeling.”

Click through the gallery below to see the DWTS hosts and judges then and now!