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Cheryl Burke Is NOT Leaving Dancing With The Stars!

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06/04/2013 3:23 am
Cheryl Burke Is NOT Leaving Dancing With The Stars!

Sara Brown


Staff Writer

It’s no secret that Dancing with the Stars is going under a reconstruction; the results shows have been taken away, the casting age has been lowered, there’s talk about adding a fourth judge, and now, there’s talk of  professionals leaving.

One pro that went on the record to say that she’s not leaving is Cheryl Burke.

"There are rumors that me, Derek, and Mark [Ballas] are all leaving the show," she admitted to Parade. “I can only speak for myself, and as long as Dancing with the Stars wants to have me, I’ll be there.” 

The dancer also went on to talk about the changes being made to the show, but couldn’t say much.

"The only thing I know for sure is there is no results show, but I’m sure there will be a lot of changes made with the cast, and maybe the judges," she said. "But I’m sure we’ll know more soon."

The sixteenth season of the dancing competition just ended with singer Kellie Pickler and partner Derek Hough winning the “mirror of all trophies.” The seventeenth season will return this autumn.

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