Pregnant Jenna Johnson Predicts How Val Chmerkovskiy Will Be as a Dad

Preparing for their new addition. As Jenna JohnsonShe prepares for her husband’s arrival Val Chmerkovskiy‘s first child, the pregnant mom-to-be weighed in on their potential dynamics as parents.

“I already know that it’s gonna be good cop, bad cop and I’m gonna be the bad cop. I know. [Val’s] gonna give into everything and be such a little sucker,” Johnson, 28, exclusively told Us WeeklyOn Wednesday, September 7, Jo+Jax was promoted while she was there. “He’s gonna be very involved. He wants to style him. They’re gonna have the matching outfits. We’ve already gone there.”

The 36-year-old choreographer exchanged vows in 2019 with Chmerkovskiy and reflected on possible concerns regarding her transition to motherhood.

“Just knowing how to raise them in this world [is worrisome]. It’s a crazy time. It’s even difficult for me to navigate it. Being the best mother, nurturer, and guide I can be is my goal. [is the priority],” she shared with Use. “Do I have all the tools? Do I know what to tell them in certain situations?”

Johnson also noted that she isn’t worried about giving birth, adding, “I’m ready for it. Let’s go for it! Let’s do it.”


Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Jenna Johnson at ESPY Awards Los Angeles on July 20, 2022
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For the Dancing With the Starspro, who was pregnant in July, said that this chapter has brought her and Chmerkovskiy closer. “He’s been such an amazing support during my pregnancy because there’s a lot of things happening to my body that are strange and not normal,” she explained. “And he just makes me feel like an absolute beauty queen.”

The So You Think You Can Dance alum continued: “With everything getting bigger and changing, he just loves it. And not even that physical aspect, but just knowing that we’re gonna have a little human that’s ours together is really beautiful.”

When it comes to their son’s future, Johnson revealed that the couple aren’t putting any pressure on a potential dancing career.

“I think everyone expects us to put him into dance. I want him to just be athletic and try all of the sports anything he wants to do,” the ABC personality shared. “I’ll support him, but it’s kind of inevitable. Like how could we not use our resources and put him into dance.”

Ahead of the little one’s arrival, Johnson has been keeping busy with her second fashion collection with Jo+Jax.

“We wanted to do a line specifically that was going to be accessible to everyone and anyone,” she told Use. “So our sizes run from a youth small all the way to double XL. We wanted to design something that you could wear to dance class or to a fitness class, Soul Cycle, anything and I’m really proud of this collection.”

Christina Garibaldi reporting