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Mazdzer is dating a girl named Mara Marian, who cheered him on at the 2018 Winter Olympics. She hails from Utah, where she owns Fuse Wedding and Events, according to her Linked In profile. Marian categorizes herself as an “experienced destination wedding specialist” and has received praise for her work from several of her connections.

One woman, named Amanda Jones, wrote on her Linked In page, “Having nothing handed to her, Mara grew her events business herself from the ground up. Utilizing a superhuman tenacity, cunning approach to business, and remarkable resourcefulness, Mara won the respect of the community and earned a top spot in the wedding industry in less than a year’s time. Considering her high efficiency and tight code of ethics, there is no one else with whom I’d rather do business.

As a producer at Utah’s #1 news station, KUTV 2, I trust Mara to enterprise event-planning segments, which add value to our content with their complexity and relevance.”

Another user, who is a Senior Catering Sales Manager, wrote, “The hard work, creativity and dedication Mara has to her craft is unbelievable. She never misses a phone call, email or text. Working with Mara during the Garden Park Ward oil spill relocation was heaven-sent especially since it was my first time actually working with her on a wedding. I recommend Mara to the highest degree.” In March 2018, Marian and Mazdzer moved in together, according to an Instagram post of hers.

WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!!! The premiere of Dancing With The Stars is live tonight and if you want to see these faces (exact faces), some sweet moves and a whole lot of fun for week two, we need your vote tonight! Please go to the link in my bio or copy and paste and vote during the show! Online voting will only be open for 2 hours, 8-10pm EST 7-9 CT 6-8 MT and 5-7 PT and this is how we move on to the next round. Disclaimer: this next part gets a little confusing… When the show ends the phone lines will open up and then you can call and vote for 12 hours using 1-800-868-3403 and these votes will be used for our week two score!!! Please help #teammoveitorlugeit by voting online tonight and calling 1-800-868-3403 Time to go dance my shirt off… literally! Oh, one more thing. We are up first so tune in sharp at 8/7 CT and catch all of the action! #dwts #itsnowornever #dancingshoesrequired #teamusa @witneycarson @dancingabc

DWTS pro Witney Carson is a fan-favorite on the series and she is also a mirrorball champion, so Mazdzer definitely has a good shot at the win, with Carson as his teacher. With winning odds aside, Carson has promised a shirtless dance from Mazdzer at some point on the show. So, fans who are swooning over Mazdzer will definitely get a treat. According to Mazdzer, his costumes basically consist of “tight clothes.”

Gold Derby recently reported that Mazdzer doesn’t rate himself well as a dancer, telling Entertainment Tonight that, “From a scale of 1 to 10, I’m probably in the mid-2 range. I see what Witney does and I’m like, ‘Why can’t I do that?’ And I’ll try a thousand times and I’m like, ‘Still can’t do that.’”

Recently, Carson has been dealing with a personal issue, as the father of her husband passed away. Carson is married to Carson McAllister, and she recently revealed to Entertainment Tonight that her husband’s dad, Kevin, died of pancreatic cancer. Carson also said that her DWTS family has been very supportive during this time.

I can’t thank my family enough for being so supportive and dealing with me through thick and thin. The reason that I am the person I am today is because of you! Yes, that includes losing my phone, wallet and probably #129352;as well #128514; #thanksmom #loveyou

When Mazdzer competed in the 2018 Winter Olympics, his family braved the freezing cold to cheer him on. His sisters, Sara and Kate, along with his girlfriend, caught attention for cheering in American flag sports bras in below-freezing temperatures. In an interview with Us Weekly, Mazdzer said that, “Everyone noticed them in the stands, even all of my competitors! They asked my teammate Taylor Morris who the crazy American fans were and he replied, ‘We bring the best fans, boys.’ I’m glad they’re setting the standard for cheering at Winter events.”

Mazdzer also said, “Anyone whose support and passion inspires them to support me and the U.S. in head-to-toe minimal clothing in below-zero weather with wind chill is someone I’m so proud to be associated with. I feel so lucky they’re my family.”

Mazder’s parents come from a good background. His father is a neurologist named Edward Mazdzer, while his mother, Marty Lawthers, works as the office manager for his dad in Saranac Lake, New York, according to her Linked In profile. They make a good husband and wife team.