Nick Kosovich attended an AA meeting with Dancing With The Stars partner, Tatum O'Neal.
Nick Kosovich designs all his Ballroom dancing costumes.
Nick Kosovich retired from competitive Ballroom Dancing in 2005.
Nick Kosovich was intially asked to be a judge on Dancing With The Stars before it premiered for the first season. The producers ended up going with the same judges they used in London.
Nick Kosovich and his partner for the second season of Dancing With The Stars Tatum O'Neal, came in ninth place. On the third season, he and Vivica A Fox came in sixth place.
Nick Kosovich has been the runner up for the World Classic Showdance twice.
Nick Kosovich is the International Travelling Consultant for Arthur Murray Dance Studios.
Nick Kosovich has privately coached Jennifer Beals, Leslie Caron, and Patrick Dempsey on how to Ballroom dance.
Nick Kosovich has appeared in several movies such as Shall We Dance, Every Body Says I love You, Blue In the Face and Only With You.
Nick Kosovich has competed in seven Professional World Championship events.
Nick Kosovich is married to Lena Bacheva, who was also his competitive dance partner.
Nick Kosovich was a dancer for thirty years before he retired.
While on Dancing With The Stars, Nick Kosovich was partnered with celebrity dancers Tatum O'Neal and Vivica A. Fox.
Nick Kosovich is Australian.
Nick Kosovich is a two-time U.S. American Ballroom Champ.
Nick Kosovich: I don't think of myself as a celebrity. I think of myself as a dancer doing the job.
Nick Kosovich: (Talking about Master P and Dancing With The Stars) Although the controversy was good for TV, it took away from the reality of it being a dance competition. I think that when they kept Master P that actually fazed some of the celebrities a little bit. They were thinking, 'Oh my God, we're going to get ousted by Master P? When this guy can't even dance?'
Nick Kosovich: (Talking about Master P and Dancing With The Stars) The guy did not take it seriously. He was by far the worst dancer and should have been out the first show. No disrespect to him, but the only thing that kept him was the public vote. Kenny [Mayne] was a better dancer. And Kenny was pretty bad. But he was a lot of fun and we were all very sad to see him go.
Nick Kosovich: You've got a very limited amount of time so you have to come up with very quick sound bites.
Nick Kosovich: (Referring to the beginning of Dancing With The Stars) It's long overdue for our industry. Unfortunately it's at the end of my career that I'm seeing it all start to happen…
Nick Kosovich: They had odds on [the winner] in Vegas. They were betting on the show and Tony and Stacy were the favorites. So a lot of people lost a lot of money, but then you know people in Vegas… They'll bet on anything.