Cheryl Burke: ‘Dancing with the Stars’ is ‘not authentic to what the show is anymore’

Cheryl Burke: ‘Dancing with the Stars’ is ‘not authentic to what the show is anymore’
James Van Der Beek isn’t the only one who thinks “Dancing with the Stars” needs to do a deep post-mortem after Season 28.

In her final “Us Weekly” blog for the season, Cheryl Burke speculates that she doesn’t think Van Der Beek was speaking specifically about his surprising elimination in the semifinal when he said that the show needs to do “a little soul-searching,” but rather about the series in general and how it’s deviated from its core.

“What [the judges] did to him was harsh. I think just the world we’re living in right now, there’s no grounding,” Burke wrote. “People need to actually talk from their hearts and instead, people are on the defense constantly. People are always trying to prove themselves when really you need to just be yourself and be authentic and whatever that is to you. I think that’s what this show is missing.
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