Bio: Cheryl Burke (born Cheryl Stephanie Bautista Burke in San Francisco, CA on May 3, 1984) is a professional dancer, starring as a recurring dancer on Dancing with the Stars.
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Cheryl Burke is best known for being the first female recurring dancer to win DWTS and the first recurring dancer to win twice. She won with Drew Lachey and then Emmitt Smith. She also wrote an autobiography, Dancing Lessons, opening up about being molested at a young age. She is also a philanthropist and has her own dance wear line and dance studio.
Cheryl Burke is single, and last dated NHL player Joffrey Lupul, 30.
Cheryl Burke shockingly slammed her head against the ballroom floor after slipping and falling while practicing a move with partner AJ McLean during a rehearsal for an upcoming episode of ‘Dancing with the Stars’.
In the wake of Ray Lewis being forced to withdraw from ‘DWTS’ after getting injured, his ‘DWTS’ partner Cheryl Burke spoke with HL about why she thinks more training time is necessary for the celeb contestants.
Cheryl Burke’s ‘journey to the mirror ball’ with her partner, NFL star Ray Lewis, will sadly end on the Sept. 30 episode of ‘DWTS.’ The dancing pro revealed what kind of injury caused their withdrawal.