dancing with the Stars Judge Carrie Ann Inaba was shocked by the elimination of real-life couple and contestants Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess during Disney Night. Burgess and Greene were sent home with the former Single Star Matt James and his pro partner Lindsay Arnold. Inaba claimed that the couple handled themselves positively as they balanced their work and personal lives as before DWTS Real life couple to compete on series.
Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess welcome fans to their love story
Greene and Burgess, who have been dating for almost a year, spoke candidly about their relationship in a pre-taped package, which aired before their five-week dance. Fans got a glimpse of how fit they looked as a couple.
However, dating your dance partner comes with some challenges as well. Burgess addressed these in an interview.
“Honestly, it’s almost a loss,” Burgess said. us weekly. “We have this sensitivity to take into account each other’s feelings. We want to make sure we have a good relationship out of it. It will always be a priority for us.”
Burgess claimed that the pressure to show fans the romance in their relationship causes extra pressure every week.
The couple maintained a good sense of humor about combining work and their personal lives and enjoyed welcoming audiences to their love story each week.
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for a long time dancing with the Stars Judge Inaba expressed her feelings in an interview entertainment tonight.
“I think tonight was shocking because everyone is doing so well,” Inaba said.
“Disney night is magic, and there was such magic, and everyone ups their game. So when it’s evening, it feels unexpected. I felt like a little slap in the face, wow, wait , Ok.”
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Inaba said that she is happy for her friend’s relationship. However, he added that working with the person you are dating was not easy.
“I credit her for being so professional and so beautiful every time—a family like Sharna, well, all of us. So the beautiful thing is that, although we’re judging the dance, we’re all about her and her personal life.” Happy to have it,” Inaba explained.
dancing with the Stars Airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.