Another dancer, Sharna Burgess announced that she will not take part in the Season 31 Dancing With the Stars. The new mother sacrificed this season as she delivered a baby boy two months ago.
On Wednesday, the dancer took to Instagram when she shared this news to the admirers as she said there were too many messages coming her way about the dance season.
Burgess introduced her and asserted, “Hello, I have a little more information I’d like to share with you guys, as I keep on getting so many DMs about it. I have taken the very difficult decision to forgo participating in this year’s Dancing With the Stars season after many discussions, plenty of thought, and a lot of sitting with expertise and choosing the right option for me at the current time”. She also stated that, “There was a list that was published that claimed I would be a professional, but as I decided not to participate so I am not included in this event.”
Prior to the show ‘s Disney debut on September 19, Burgess was listed on an advance list revealing the DWTS pros and their superstar partners scheduled to be announced shortly thereafter on Good Morning America.
Burgess revealed to fans that she will still be a part of the show even though she will not participate as a professional competitor, adding, “We’re currently discussing all this.”
Although the dancer, 37, insisted that she is fit physically, just after giving birth to a baby two months ago, she is healthy and active. But she revealed the reason that I am a breastfeeding mother who cannot spend more than 10 hours a day without my baby. My baby needs me at this stage and I even want to focus on my family.
Burgess, who welcomed Zane in June with partner Brian Austin Green, simply emphasized the fact to quit the show is her baby. As in this motherhood period baby and mother need to spend time together.
She went on: “The moment I am cherishing now has come to a way after a long time, so I’m going to stay in that moment and enjoy every second of it. You will still see me, but in a different way; it doesn’t mean that I won’t be around.”