“The fact that his name’s not [pronounced] ‘EEE-an’ and it’s ‘EYE-an’ makes me want to throw up,” she said. “I get along with athletes, I think, because they know how to be coached, and they know how to be trained,” she said.
“Actors or people more in the entertainment business, I feel like sometimes it’s hard for them to take direction, which isn’t a bad thing.
She won her second championship with retired football star Emmitt Smith in the third season.
where she spoke about the time she spent with her former dance partner, Ziering, and how much she despised that time.
She told the hosts Ziering was her “least favorite” dance partner during her entire time on “It made me want to slit my wrists.
During their season, Burke and Ziering made it to the semi-finals and finished in fourth place.
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, ‘Hey execs’ – I was like crying to the executives – ‘is there any way to force us, to just like eliminate us? We can’t do that and I swear, every time I asked, we just kept going.
We would last till the end.” Whether she’s exaggerating the way she felt at the time or not with her wrist slitting comment, she was clearly miserable.