Dancing With The Stars season 19 pro champion Witney Carson rang in 2016 with a New Year's Day wedding to fiance Carson McAllister, according to multiple reports. Although a quartet of the dancer's co-stars that included Emma Slater, Lindsay Arnold, Brittany Cherry, and Jenna Johnson joined in the festivities as part of her bridal party, one of Carson's former DWTS partners was quick to throw shade atthe others for failing to show up for the ceremony.

Although a People exclusive claimed that both The Bachelor alum Chris Soules and Big Time Rush star Carlos PenaVegaattended the Salt Lake City event, actor Alfonso Ribeiro, with whom Carson claimed the reality show's top prize in 2014, was quick to correct the report. Following the wedding, Ribeiro posted a criticalnote to Instagram that read "I've read that all these other celebs were there, but I was the only partner that showed up.

If you love someone you make them a priority."

PenaVega, who placed fourthwith Carson at the close of the show's recently completed 21st season, got the hint and responded to Ribeiro's dig with class. Via his own Instagram post, the 26-year old singer and actor congratulated his ex-partner on her marriage before addressing Ribeiro's accusations by adding "Happy that @therealalfonsoribeirocould be there to represent all your DWTS partners!!"

DWTS stars find luck in love

Carson and McAllister, who began dating during their senior year of high school, became engaged in early October after the latter staged a romantic oceanside proposal that Carson called "perfect."

Carson is far from the first Dancing with the Stars regular to experience luck in love during recent times.

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Popular pros Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, who each own a single mirror ball trophy, were engaged on Dec. 5 after dating on and off for several years. Carson's fellow So You Think You Can Dance alum and best friend Arnold got hitched to her own high school sweetheart last June, and two-time winner turned judge Julianne Hough is primed to marry her own beau, hockey player Brooks Laich.

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