It seems like the Dancing With the Stars pros have it all — especially two-time champion Cheryl Burke, who is her own mini mogul, gets some of the sexiest partners ever, and is good friends with her fellow hot pros. But hot friends does not equal boyfriend. And Cheryl wants a boyfriend.
Plenty of DWTS pros have dated each other over the years, but while Cheryl was on Bethenny Frankel's new show last week she shot down all rumors of romance between herself and any other DWTS pro.
Cheryl, age 28, told Bethenny she hasn't dated anyone in two years, which puts an end to speculation about her and her recent partners, buddy Rob Kardashian and sexy William Levy. Plus, it ends the romance rumors about Maksim Chmerkovskiy last year. (However, two years ago Cheryl did admit to a "fling" with Season 10 partner Chad Ochocinco. So was he her last guy?)
A few months ago, Cheryl told Hollywood Girls Night she was "so single" it was depressing, 'cause she wasn't even sexting anyone. Cheryl later told Access Hollywood it’s hard to date in LA. She moved to the city at age 21, started work on DWTS and said she doesn't really meet anyone new. "I would like someone successful and, you know, like what any other woman would want: someone funny, someone that can relate to the business I'm in and doesn't get jealous."
On Bethenny, Cheryl reiterated her love life complaints and said “I need to get on The Bachelorette or something.” According to Reality TV Magazine, the audience gave that some enthusiastic cheers.
Could Cheryl be the Season 9 Bachelorette? The Bachelorette Powers That Be would have to move away from their formula of “recycling” past contestants ... Unless Cheryl first goes on The Bachelor Season 17 to date rumored rose-giver Roberto Martinez. There are worse fates, Cheryl! In fact, they’d be a pretty hot pair and Hottie Dimples does love to Salsa....
What do you think? Would Cheryl make a good Bachelorette? Let us know in the comments below!
Source: Reality TV Magazine
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