"Dancing With The Stars" Season 24 spoilers reveal that the reality star Erika Jayne is worried about winning the mirror ball this season. Apparently, Jayne is up against some serious competition as the other contestants have backgrounds in dance. In the meantime, Sharna Burgess clarifies her relationship with her bull rider dance partner.
Rumors are pointing to the newcomers Nancy Kerrigan, Simone Biles and "Glee" alum Heather Morris as the final three of "Dancing With The Stars" Season 24. However, the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star vows to wow the judges as well as the audiences with her short but sassy ensembles. When it comes to dancing, Erika also knows she has a lot of work to do, revealing that comparing her to the other dancers at this stage is like comparing apples to oranges.
The 45-year-old actress also unveils that she does not wish to come out competing like a 20-year old. Instead, the "Dancing With The Stars" Season 24 contestant hopes to go out as a very proud 45-year-old woman and let the chips fall where they may, Celebrity Deal reported. Jayne further believes that she would not get past week one as a performer if she already feels defeated. The actress is set to partner up with Gleb Savchenko in the upcoming season of the dancing competition.
The "Dancing With The Stars" Season 24 fans have praised the two for their chemistry on TV. Burgess noted that it was her first time to blush on the set. However, Burgess noted that Bolton was a true southern gentleman and that the mistake was purely unintentional and innocent, E! News reported.
Meanwhile, an awkward hand placement #Handgate has been seen all over the country. Apparently, during the live broadcast of "Dancing With The Stars" Season 24, bull rider Bonner Bolton was captured with his arm around his partner's waist that ended up resting on her crotch. Sharna Burgess later set the record straight after videos and GIFS of the moment circulated around Twitter. Watch some Standout Surprises and Slip Ups On The Season below:
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