Cheryl Burke from 'Dancing with the Stars' Shows off Her Toned Figure in New Promo Pic
The fever continues to get high as fans continue to wait for the new season of ABC's "Dancing With The Stars." With one week left for the show to start, pro dancer Cheryl Burke could not help but wet fans' appetite even more.
The dancer took to her Instagram page to share a picture of herself dressed in a silver mini dress that showed off her perfectly toned body and long legs.
The beautiful Burke posed in front of a silver background, with one of her hands placed on her waist, while the other stood freely. She smiled sweetly, with her gorgeous black hair matching her pretty face.
Burke matched the shiny sleeveless dress with brown heels. She accessorized her lovely look with silver bangles on both her wrists. The post's caption read:
"Countdown has begun! What do you look forward to most when watching @dancingabc every Monday night?"
Some of Burke's fans could not help but gush over her stunning look in the picture. One fan described her as gorgeous, while another fan said she looked amazing.
Some other fans responded to the question she posed in her caption, with most of them noting that they would miss Tom Bergeron's hosting genius on the show.
The presence of the COVID-19 pandemic means that there will be a host of changes to the usual way "DWTS" runs.
Plans continue to take shape for the new season of "DWTS," which begins on September 14. Burke now knows the identity of the celebrity contestant she will be dancing with when the show kicks off.
"I was very, very happy. It's somebody who I think will have lots of potential, but is also just a really cool person."
Burke further said that she would have to spend a lot of time with her dancing partner, hoping that she will like them as a person first. She also said that the contestant has rhythm, though she noted that the Ballroom was another beast entirely.
When ET probed for clues about the said contestant's identity, Burke said that the person had facial hair, was a celebrity, and had danced before, though not on "DWTS."
The presence of the COVID-19 pandemic means that there will be a host of changes to the usual way DWTS runs. In a chat with HollywoodLife, Burke revealed some of the steps the show was taking to make things work.
She said dancers got to their rehearsals 30 to 40 minutes earlier because they had to get tested. Couples are also not allowed to hang around in the dance studio.
Everyone is allocated a time, which they stick to. Before a new dance couple shows up, the studio gets disinfected.
Producers are also not allowed in the studio when couples are rehearsing. Hence, the number of people coming into contact with each other is reduced.