Lyssa Chapman of 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Shares Video of Herself Dancing the Merengue with a Man
Lyssa Chapman of "Dog the Bounty Hunter" fame showed off her dancing skills in a new video on social media, and her fans weighed in.
Lyssa Chapman showed off she can move to Spanish songs as well as songs in English, in a new video on Instagram.
The video showed the "Dog the Bounty Hunter" star in a gray mini dress and running shoes dancing merengue with a guy. The two appeared to be in a bar with a wall mirror and neon lights flashing in the background.
"Nice! You did awesomely,"
While another asked,
"May I have a dance with you."
A third follower wrote,
"For someone who is not Spanish, you did great. It is awesome to see others enjoy our music."
LYSSA IS IN COSTA RICA WITH HER FIANCÉE
The reality star is currently in Costa Rica with her fiancée, Leiana Evensen, on vacation. The two got engaged in 2017, and are yet to fix a date for their wedding.
Asides from the dance video, Lyssa shared a post from an encounter with monkeys. She wrote in the caption referring to the experience,
"So this happened! Having the time of my life with the love of my life."
The two have equally spent time on the beach and put on a lot of PDA. Lyssa's getaway with Leiana is therapeutic following the difficult time she has faced with her family after their matriarch, Beth Chapman, passed away in June.
LYSSA IS STILL HEALING
The Hawaii resident also had a scare in early September, with her father, Duane "Dog" Chapman getting hospitalized following severe chest pains.
In a preview video for an interview with Dr. Oz released later that month, it turned out that the bounty hunter had a pulmonary embolism, which could have been fatal.
Lyssa took to Instagram after the video got released, and thanked the TV doctor for helping her father get better. She wrote,
"Very grateful for [Dr. Oz] coming to help my dad."
The reality star and her family need all the help they can get to forge ahead after Beth's death, and Lyssa's getaway and merengue dancing will go a long way in helping her heal.