Two-time champion Cheryl Burke had the biggest conflict going into the upcoming All-Stars season of Dancing With the Stars. Among the crop of returning competitors, she has three former partners — two of them winners. Who did she choose?!!!~
Burke is reuniting with retired NFL star and season three winner Emmitt Smith. That leaves Burke’s first partner and first win, Drew Lachey, with Anna Trebunskaya. Burke’s other previous partner, Gilles Marini, joins reigning champ Peta Murgatroyd.
Other reunited couples are Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani, Joey Fatone and Kym Johnson and Kirstie Alley with Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Good grief, can you spell D-R-A-M-A?! Didn’t Maks have Kirstie in tears on the ballroom inseveral episodes.
Mark Ballas, who danced with both Bristol Palin and season eight winner Shawn Johnson, is back with Palin. (are we the only ones who are scratching our head asking, “Whyy, Mark … Why?!!!) Johnson will be dance with the series’ winningest pro, Derek Hough.
Helio Castroneves and Apolo Anton Ohno, will both vie for their second mirrorballs with Chelsie Hightower and Karina Smirnoff, respectively.
Pamela Anderson is teaming up with Tristan McManus, Kelly Monaco will dance with Val Chmerkovskiy.
There’s still room for one more reunion, though. ABC will announce the final “fan favorite” competitor on Aug. 27. Of the eligible trio – Kyle Massey, Sabrina Bryan, Carson Kressley – only Massey can still return with his former pro, the currently unbooked Lacey Schwimmer.
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