Already a TV veteran at 27, Jack Osbourne is currently co-anchor and West Coast correspondent for Fuse News, a daily live music news show on Fuse, the national music television network of The Madison Square Garden Company. Most recently Osbourne hosted the TV series Haunted Highway on the SyFy channel. The show followed Osbourne and Dana Workman as they investigated claims of paranormal activity along America’s remote back roads. Earlier this year, Osbourne’s production company Schweet Entertainment produced a 16-episode TV docu-series for National Geographic called Alpha Dogs. The show took viewers behind the scenes with a special elite force of K-9s and trainers dedicated to serving our country. In 2011, Osbourne had ambitiously taken on producer and director roles. He produced a documentary about his father, Ozzy Osbourne, titled God Bless Ozzy Osbourne. The film premiered in 2011 at the Tribeca Film Festival and is the first to tell the story of Ozzy’s tortured and emotionally fraught journey to sobriety. Osbourne has appeared on television shows such as Dawson’s Creek and That 70’s Show. In addition, Osbourne had a cameo in the motion picture Austin Powers: Goldmember and a feature role in the film New York Minute.
Cheryl has won over audiences with her creative choreography and effervescent personality. We suspect her dangerously low cut dresses might have something to do with it, too.
Joining the show in the second season with a bang, Cheryl won back-to-back disco ball trophies with partner Drew Lachey in Season 2, and then with Emmitt Smith in Season 3, and had a second place finish with Rob Kardashian in Season 13, and another one in Season 14 with William Levy.
But don't let her sweet smile fool you—this girl has some sizzling hot moves and knows just how to show them off! "We want people to think something is going on, on the dance floor," says Cheryl. "You want people to be so uncomfortable watching it because we are going to be so sexy."
Cheryl started ballet lessons at age 4 and was soon performing throughout her native Bay Area. "But at 11, I went to a competition and saw the costumes, heard the music, and loved that the dancers had partners," Burke explains. Incidentally, these are all the same reasons why we love DWTS!
By the age of 13, Cheryl was traveling and competing throughout the world, later moving on to win several championships. Some of her triumphs include being the 2005 Ohio Star Ball Rising Star Champion, 2005 San Francisco Open Latin Champion and 2005 World Cup Professional Rising Star Latin Champion. Burke also clinched several UK Championship titles, and scored a fourth place showing in the U.S. "Under 21s" division.
Capitalizing on her success with DWTS, Cheryl has started her own line of clothing and dance studio, Cheryl Burke Dance, with several locations throughout California. You also may have seen her as a guest star onThe Suite Life of Zack and Cody.
• 2005 World Cup Professional Rising Star Latin Champion
• 2005 San Francisco Open Latin Champion
• 2005 Ohio Star Ball Rising Star Champion
• U.K. Championships
• 4th in U.S. in the Under 21s
PRIOR CELEBRITY PARTNERS:
• D.L. Hughley
• Emmitt Smith (All Star Season)
• William Levy
• Rob Kardashian
• Chris Jericho
• Rick Fox
• Chad Ochocinco
• Tom DeLay
• Gilles Marini
• Maurice Greene
• Cristián de la Fuente
• Wayne Newton
• Ian Ziering
• Emmitt Smith
• Drew Lachey