'Dancing With the Stars' News: Why Maks Chmerkovskiy & Peta Murgatroyd May Spend 'A Million' On Wedding

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Dancing With the Stars pros Maks Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd are going all out for their upcoming wedding.

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Both Chmerkovskiy and Murgatroyd want their wedding to be spectacular, according to their new interview with In Touch.

"I want it to be a million dollar wedding! She wants a princess thing with the horse and carriage and I want to give that to her," Chmerkovskiy told the magazine.

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"I love doing this type of thing," Murgatroyd added. "It's going to be massive, probably 500 people, somewhere in New York. Our families will fly over for it."

Many Dancing With the Stars pros and alums are expected to be there, according to Murgatroyd.

"Sharna Burgess will definitely be in the bridal party, and I would love to have [my 2012 DWTS partner and season winner] Donald Driver and his family there, and Gilles Marini and Tommy Chong."

Murgatroyd danced with Marini in season 15, coming in sixth place, and with Chong in season 19, coming in fifth place.

Meanwhile, Chmerkovskiy is hoping his brother, Val Chmerkovskiy, will give him away at the wedding.

"It would be awesome to have my brother [DWTS' Val Chmerkovskiy] be the best man and give me away to her, like - he's your problem now!" Maks said.

As for the prospect of children, Murgatroyd is ready for at least two:

"I would definitely love kids - two or more. Maks will be such a warm and loving father. I can't think of anybody better to have children with. He's not the grizzly bear that everybody thinks he is!"

Maks has retired from Dancing With the Stars after finally winning the Mirrorball trophy in season 18 with Meryl Davis. Murgatroyd had to sit out of the most recent season due to injuries; it remains to be seen if she will return for the upcoming 22nd season.

Dancing With the Stars premieres a new season on Monday, March 21 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

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