For dessert, the newlyweds and their family and friends enjoyed a beautiful 3-tier pink champagne cake with vanilla mousse and fresh strawberries from Christine's Cake Creations.
Of course, the nuptials wouldn't be complete without a bit of dancing from the pair!
It's now the third engagement the 37-year-old has called off.
The Dancing With the Stars pro, and author of We're Just Not That Into You: Dating Disasters from the Trenches, is now headed back to them.
However it seems that ever since “Holly’s World” ended back in 2011, things have quiet down for Madison on the television front. Due to the nature of her father’s work in the maritime shipping industry, the family moved a few times during her childhood, but had ultimately returned back to Oregon while Madison was in middle school.
Also read: Leah Remini to Fill In for ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Co-Host Erin Andrews “I’m looking forward to hitting the road and being able to perform live across North America,” Ballas said in a statement Tuesday. ” “I’m so excited to be a part of ‘Dancing with the Stars: Live! “I can’t wait to meet our fans and dance live for them! 15 and more dancers from the series are expected to be added to the lineup soon.
” Also read: ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Karina Smirnoff Pouts Instead of Performs Because of Knee Injury A 90-minute live show scheduled in Niagara Falls, New York at the Seneca Events Center will be the first performance to kick off the tour. According to an October TMZ report, ABC had barred any of the dancers who appeared on its television series from taking part in an unrelated dance tour called “Ballroom With a Twist.” Peta Murgatroyd, Tony Dovolani and Val Chmerkovskiy had all appeared in promotion material for the copycat production.
Ultimately, It was while she was working at Hooters that Madison caught the eye of Playboy founder, Hugh Hefner and was invited to the Playboy Mansion.
Madison eventually became one of Hefner’s many girlfriends in 2001.