For Monday’s episode of Dancing with the Stars, the couple dressed up to perform a fairytale-inspired dance to “Someday My Prince Will Come” from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
“I like the idea of a character who comes in and sweeps someone off their feet, who is completely there with their partner,” Green, 48, said in the introduction.Burgess, 36, previously teased on Instagram, “When life imitates art We waltz tonight on @dancingabc, living out my fairytale dreams with my real-life fairytale love.”On the show, she also promised to be tougher on her boyfriend in the future. “I think I was much more careful of your feelings in the first few weeks, but as your coach, I know I just need to say, ‘Suck it up and do it again,'” she explained.
The judges gave the pair’s romantic waltz a score of 25 out of 40. As part of this week’s two-night Disney event, the duo will return to the ballroom on Tuesday to perform a second dance. Burgess and Green, who divorced Megan Fox in 2020, have been dating for almost a year. The two made their DWTS debut on September 20th, sharing a kiss at the end of their routine.Burgess shared a slideshow of photos of the couple in rehearsals on Instagram ahead of their performance on Monday, beginning with a shot of her grabbing the actor’s buttocks.
“For those who say we kiss too much, here’s a full grab instead,” she started. “But in reality, we only kissed once in the first show, and that was it. This isn’t a staged romance; it’s genuine love, and it’s a part of our journey.” “Every single step. Every battle. Best wishes. And anyone who thinks it’s an advantage should know that it isn’t “Burgess continued. During an interview with Entertainment Tonight last month, the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum gushed about their relationship.”It’s like a storybook,” Green said. “I never expected to meet and be with someone who covers everything like Sharna. She’s a wonderful person. She’s a wonderful person. She is extremely patient. She’s stunning. She’s fantastic with my kids.
She’s the complete package, and she’s someone I can talk to and trust. I value her opinion, which is difficult to come by.”Burgess continued, “I had no idea it could feel this good. I never imagined it could be this way, and I’m grateful for each day and the time I get to share and spend with Brian and the kids.”
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