Jenna Johnson's Son Rome Adorably Cheers on Dad Val Chmerkovskiy Before “DWTS ”Win: 'Vote for My Daddy'

The 10-month-old looked adorable as he posed with Chmerkovskiy's season 20 Mirrorball trophy

<p>Jenna Johnson/Instagram, Eric McCandless/DISNEY via Getty </p> Jenna Johnson

Jenna Johnson/Instagram, Eric McCandless/DISNEY via Getty

Jenna Johnson's son Rome (L) holding a trophy and Val Chmerkovskiy (R) after winning 'Dancing with the Stars'

Jenna Johnson and Val Chmerkovskiy's son is his dad's biggest fan!

On Tuesday, Johnson, 29, shared an adorable photo of 10-month-old son Rome cheering on his dad as he proudly held onto Chmerkovskiy's Mirrorball trophy from season 20 of Dancing with the Stars.

The proud mom also captured a shot of her son nestled between her Mirrorball from Dancing with the Stars: Athletes and Chmerkovskiy's trophy.

"'Vote for my daddy tonight on #dwts 🪩,'" Johnson wrote in her caption.

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Related: Jenna Johnson's Son Rome Is the Spitting Image of Dad Val Chmerkovskiy with 'Slick' Hair

Things seemed to go Rome's way hours later as his dad took home the coveted Mirrorball trophy with his partner Xochitl Gomez, 17.

In September, the dancing pro posted an adorable snap of her son Rome rocking a very familiar hairstyle. Johnson teased the surprise on her Instagram Story with cryptic text over a black screen. She then shared the big reveal: baby Rome with his hair slicked back just like Chmerkovskiy!

“Rome wanted to slick his hair like daddy 🥹😭,” Johnson wrote above the pic.

Back in July, the new mom opened up about navigating their different parenting styles when asked in an Instagram Q&A if she and Chmerkovskiy have "different belief systems" and how they handle it.

"Yes!!! Being completely transparent, at first, it was very hard to navigate because we grew up completely different and in very different cultures," Johnson shared.

"I think we had to face the fact that we needed to have open and honest communication constantly so neither of us was offended or hurt by the other if we didn't see eye to eye on something. But!!! Now it is one of my favorite aspects about our relationship, that we are able to experience such a cultured life together and learn about one another's upbringing," she continued.

Johnson then explained that Rome "will have such a unique experience growing up with Russian-speaking grandparents in New York and Christian grandparents in Utah!"

"Life is beautiful to be able to experience it all. My biggest advice to anyone in a similar position ... don't shy away from it! Face it head on and have the hard conversations!! They are worth it!!" she concluded.

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