Kellie Pickler’s Biggest Dancing Fan: Her Husband

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Kellie Pickler has earned a legion of new fans with her tenure on Dancing With the Stars, but none may be as loyal, dedicated and proud as her husband, hit songwriter Kyle Jacobs.

Kyle took to his personal Facebook page to share his thoughts on Kellie's dancing experience prior to the final shows tonight and tomorrow.

"After seeing what my wife has been having to endure for the past couple of months, I have come to the conclusion that Dancing With The Stars is similar to military boot camp," Kyle wrote today (May 20), highlighting the exhaustion and physical trials Kellie has endured so far. “The crazy thing is, she loves every second of it...my wife is a warrior in her own way...

“If you are so inclined, pick up your phone and vote for the love of my life,” he continued. “She has stiff competition, but I, personally, believe that mirror ball trophy belongs in Nashville.”

Kyle actually joined Kellie and her professional partner, Derek Hough, for a rumba in week four and provided their musical accompaniment with the song “Say I Do.”

The two-part finale of Dancing With the Stars kicks off tonight with each couple performing three dances. Tomorrow night, one couple will be eliminated based on tonight's votes while the remaining couples perform one final dance before the judges select a winner. The final four couples include Kellie and Derek, Olympian Alexandra Raisman with Mark Ballas, NFL wide receiver Jacoby Jones with Karina Smirnoff, and Zendaya from Disney's Shake It Up with Val Chmerkovskiy.

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