Chloe Lattanzi calls James Driskill her "husband", but they don't have the paperwork.
"To be honest, we're just lazy," the Dancing With The Stars contestant tells TV WEEK with a laugh.
"We know we're soulmates, we know we're committed – we call each other husband and wife – so we're just like, 'OK, we'll get to the paperwork when we have time.'"
The daughter of Aussie singing legend Olivia Newton-John would like to get married in Australia, and so would James.
"He loves the idea," Chloe, 34, adds.
Australians could soon be seeing a lot more of the US-based actress and singer. Chloe says she's been offered roles on local TV shows, not just acting but "everything you can think of".
"There are a few offers, so I haven't decided," she says. "I'll probably make those announcements when Dancing With The Stars is finished."
Chloe's acting CV includes roles in the zombie western Dead 7 and the sci-fi comedy Sharknado 5: Global Swarming.
"I did it because I got to do it with my mum," she says of Sharknado 5. "It was just a fun experience."
Chloe "very much" prefers Australia to the US, but there's one thing that stops her from spending more time here: her dogs, Peanut and Jelly. She doesn't want to put them in the cargo hold of a plane.
"I was thinking, 'Maybe I'll ask John Travolta if he'll fly me on his big plane privately, just for my dogs!'" she says. "My babies – I'd jump in front of a bus for them. They're everything to me."
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