Carrie Ann Inaba, one of Dancing with the Stars judges, found her better half with the aid of eHarmony.
Inaba found herself a fiancé with the help of an online dating service which she decided to contact after a series of unsuccessful attempts at finding love. She stated, for Access Hollywood, her main issue was the endless dating younger guys so she felt she needed to make a change. As such, she went along with creating an online profile, though, without including a picture or personal information. The profile made strict demands. One of her requests was finding a person that she felt attracted to and a cat lover.
After some time, the 43 years old judge found the profile of Jessie Sloan who she immediately felt like she had known her entire life. Since he took a risk in contacting a profile with no photo she rewarded him by sending one. Yet, she didn’t choose a flattering picture but went with a simple one took in Hawaii with no make-up on. The couple fell in love and Sloan asked her to marry him in March during the “Regis and Kelly” show.
Even though a date hasn’t been set yet, Inaba said that she wants kids and will to try to have a baby regardless of when the wedding will take place.
Carrie’s artistic career in the US started in 1990 when she performed for the show “In Living Color”. Throughout the years she danced for famous artists like Madonna, Ricky Martin, David Copperfield, Chayanne and appeared in shows like The Creative Arts Emmys, The SAG Awards, The NAACP Awards, The MTV Awards and Oprah.
Currently, Inaba pursuits her acting career, where she prefers action parts which can include her upbringing in the artistic industry as a dancer, as well as her more recent interest in martial arts. Furthermore, she continues with her career as a choreographer and had recently become a producer at her own digital video company “EnterMediArts”. As far the label produced two documentaries and a short film and is set to take up more projects in the education television programming and behind the scenes DVD productions.