Hopefully Cheryl will have better luck with her celebrity partner NFL star Chad Ochocinco than she did with last Season's partner, Tom Delay (former U.S. House of Representatives Majority Leader), who had to drop out of DWTS on October 6, 2009 because he had stress fractures in both feet.
(Image of Chad Ochocinco and Cheryl Burke - ABC's Dancing With The Stars - DWTS - Season 10 - ABC - All Rights Reserved)
Now it's a new season and a new celebrity partner for Cheryl. Does she have a chance? Hopefully she does.
Meanwhile Cheryl and her latest celebrity partner, NFL star Chad Ochocincoare, are working hard to fine-tune their cha-cha for ABC'c "Dancing with the Stars"' season premiere coming up in 10 days.
It seems like Chery and Chad, the double Cs, will have an interesting time as partners. Cheryl told ET that Chad doesn't want her to compliment him during their rehearsals!
Why? "He told me to stop complimenting him because he wants tough love, so that's what I'm giving him," Cheryl said.
The "Dancing" champ who's won the trophy twice, did say that Chad is "starting to actually really progress" with his ballroom moves after some initial awkwardness.
The Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver said about Cheryl "We are exactly alike when it comes to dancing -even though I don't dance" he explained. He noted winning is key and "we have the same goals, and that's winning."
Catch the season premiere of "DWTS" Monday, March 22, 2010 on ABC.
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