pro's appearance on Matt Weiss and Theo Vonn's "Allegedly" podcast, Burke was very open to answering and debunking a number of questions, including her extremely blunt explanation as to why she disliked being partnered with actor Ian Ziering the most."The fact that his name is not EE-AN and it's EYE-AN makes me want to throw up," she said."It made me want to slit my wrists.
I was like crying to executives," Burke continued (however, she has apologized for her choice of words).
"No, we never exchanged phone number so that's a complete lie," she said, and added that he's not really her type."No, we never went on a date that's false," Burke added and reassured she wouldn't go on a date with Cruise.3. But at first, after coming off of Drew Lachey, literally, Emmitt Smith, Ian Ziering, and then Wayne Newton.
All the Single Ladies: With that said, Cheryl is single and ready to mingle! I was like, this isn't going to last long, but he took me to Hawaii and we practiced for an hour a day and it was perfect."6.
’and he just goes on with his life,” explains the season 18 winner, who triumphed with Olympian Meryl Davis. predicts he’ll still make headlines for his, er, openness.
“But I’ve benefited tremendously from speaking my mind. I have a new understanding that there is more than one way of getting things done. “I’m the person who will say something and just move on. This guy says some s--t and then everybody is like, ‘Oh, my God, what did he say?
All-Star contestant Shawn Johnson had “a nasty breakup” with pro Mark Ballas after they won the mirrorball trophy in season eight, a source says. ) After the pair were eliminated, Johnson presented her with a ,000 diamond ring. “I felt weird wearing that big diamond that first of all is way too big for my hand. “I will never speak to that person again.” Maks — who is currently paired with Kirstie Alley -— admits he also “crossed the line” with partner Willa Ford during Season 3.Cheryl Stephanie Burke (born May 3, 1984) is an American dancer, model and TV Host.She is best known for being one of the professional dancers on ABC's Dancing with the Stars, where she was the first female professional to win the show and the first professional to win twice and consecutively. She came in second on the first season of I Can Do That, losing to Nicole Scherzinger on the final three-person-super-group performance, having led the competition since week 2."I was like is there any way to please to just eliminate us? We can't do that and I swear, every time I asked, we just kept going.We would last till the end."But that's not all she had to dish...