Could "Dancing With the Stars" be losing one of their best pros?
After 10 years of jives, foxtrots, waltzes and rumbas, professional partner Cheryl Burke announced today on "Good Morning America" that she might be hanging up her "DWTS" dancing shoes.
"As of now, this is probably going to be my last season," the two-time champion spilled on the eve of her first live performance with her season 19 star partner, Antonio Sabato Jr.
The dancing diva has been moving and grooving on the hit ABC series for 18 out of the show's 19 seasons, so we don’t blame her for wanting to shake things up!
"I started when I’m 20. I’m 30. I want to try new things and just see what’s out there," she explained.
The mirror ball winner is the show’s first professional dancer to appear in the finals seven times and the semi-finals 10 times.
The 19th season of "Dancing With the Stars" (and possibly Burke’s last!) premieres tonight, Monday, Sept. 15, at 8 p.m. on ABC.