Did 'Dancing's' Maksim Chmerkovskiy Pop The Question On Ukrainian 'Bachelor'?

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Has “Dancing with the Stars” bad boy Maksim Chmerkovskiy been tamed?

According to a new clip that just surfaced from the season finale of the Ukrainian version of “The Bachelor,” Maksim appeared to have proposed to a woman he met on the Eastern European version of the hit reality show.

Maks can be seen on camera in the clip giving a beautiful brunette a ring, before the two embrace and share a slew of kisses. Click HERE to watch the clip.

But, according to Maks’ rep, the relationship did not work out.

“Maks did not propose. He gave her a promise ring - it did not work out. He’s currently single,” the rep told Access Hollywood on Friday.

While not directly addressing the Ukrainian “Bachelor” ending on Twitter, Maks did Tweet about taking chances in life.

“Life is too short to wake up in the mornings with regrets. So love the ones who treat you right, forget the ones who don’t,” he wrote on Friday. “Remember that everything happens for a reason. If you get a chance take it, if it changes your life, then let it.

“No one said it would be easy, they just promised it would be worth it,” his Tweet continued. “Life resembles a fairytale more often than fairytale resemble life and there is only one success-to be able to spend your life in your OWN way!”

And, just over the weekend, Maks appeared to have found a new lady. He was spotted looking cozy with fellow “Dancing” pro Cheryl Burke in Las Vegas.

One photo, which surfaced on the web over the weekend appeared to show the pair in a lip lock on the dance floor behind a reveler.

Click HERE to see the photo, and click HERE to see a photo of the pair earlier on the same night.

Maks, however, shot down the rumor linking him to Cheryl on Wednesday afternoon.

“Dear people! Enough with the rumors! Elvis is really dead, Loch Ness monster is a myth and Cheryl & I are just friends,” he Tweeted.

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