Dancing with the Stars professional, Cheryl Burke has a distinguished historical past with the competitors collection. She was its first feminine professional winner in season 2, backed with a second mirrorball in season 3. The calls for of being a professional are many and might take their toll on even probably the most ready dancer. Nonetheless, Burke has struggled with physique picture and physique dysmorphia and believes that real physique appreciation will come “when I don’t have to shove my a** into a dance costume.”
Cheryl Burke has appeared on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ greater than another professional
Cheryl Burke made her DWTS debut in 2006. She received season 2 alongside 98 Levels singer Drew Lachey and season 3 with soccer participant Emmitt Smith.
Burke has appeared on extra seasons of the present than another dancer, showing in 24 of the collection’ 30 seasons to this point. Nonetheless, she’s solely received the competitors two instances. Burke made the finals a number of instances, putting second with Gilles Marini and Rob Kardashian in Seasons 8 and 13. In season 30, Burke and Cody Rigsby positioned third.
Cheryl Burke stated she’ll be extra accepting of her physique when she doesn’t have to do that for ‘DWTS’
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Burke claimed that points with physique picture and dysmorphia proceed to plague her. She revealed that she could be extra accepting of her sturdy physique when she doesn’t have to do that one factor as a DWTS professional.
Burke instructed the information outlet she is contemplating the large image concerning her future, together with the potential for being pregnant.
“I would prefer not to have to put myself in a dance costume and just let myself gain weight,” Burke shared.
Burke’s experiences with physique picture have impacted her additional. “I believe I will start to love my body more when I don’t have to shove my a** into a dance costume. So, right now [the possibility of getting pregnant] is on hold.”
Will Burke return for season 31?
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The official checklist of season 31 professionals continues to be a carefully guarded secret.
Burke didn’t reveal whether or not or not she has plans to return as a dancer on the Disney+ streamer.
Nonetheless, she isn’t “overthinking” a return to the collection.
“Where I’m at right now is I’m not overthinking it right this second. Because, if I do another season of Dancing with the Stars, I need to do it when the time comes,” Burke stated. “Whether this will be my last season or not, I don’t know.”
Dancing with the Stars returns for season 31 on Disney+ starting Sept. 19.