Cheryl Burke apologizes to Ian Ziering for saying she’d rather ‘cut my wrists’ than dance with him

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Cheryl Burke apologizes to former DWTS partner Ian Ziering for saying she’d rather ‘cut my wrists’ than dance with him again

They teamed up more than a decade ago to compete together on Dancing With The Stars.

And Cheryl Burke apologized to Ian Ziering for the negative comments she made about their collaboration on the hit competition show in 2016.

While talking about narcissists on the Pretty Messed Up podcast with AJ McLean and Rene Elizondo Jr. the 36-year-old professional dancer tried to make up for mistakes from the past.

To make up for it: Cheryl Burke apologized to Ian Ziering for the negative comments she made in 2016 about their collaboration on the hit competition show;  seen in 2020

To make up for it: Cheryl Burke apologized to Ian Ziering for the negative comments she made in 2016 about their collaboration on the hit competition show; seen in 2020

“The one thing I really regret and want to make it up to is Ian Ziering,” she said. ‘I was completely out of step a few years ago and I did a podcast where they asked me who my favorite partner was and who I hated the most.

And I answered Ian Ziering, and I said something like ‘I’d rather cut my wrists than dance with Ian Ziering again’.

Cheryl teamed up with the Beverly Hills, 90210 star for the fourth season of the hit ABC dance show in 2007.

Although they achieved high scores during the competition, they were eventually voted out and took home fourth place.

Tough: Cheryl teamed up with the Beverly Hills, 90210 star for the fourth season of the hit ABC dance show in 2007

Tough: Cheryl teamed up with the Beverly Hills, 90210 star for the fourth season of the hit ABC dance show in 2007

Tough: Cheryl teamed up with the Beverly Hills, 90210 star for the fourth season of the hit ABC dance show in 2007

Good effort: although they achieved high scores during the match, they were eventually voted out and took fourth place

Good effort: although they achieved high scores during the match, they were eventually voted out and took fourth place

Good effort: although they achieved high scores during the match, they were eventually voted out and took fourth place

Years after they appeared together, Cheryl said, “Those are the true colors they didn’t show on Dancing With The Stars … Remember to get there eight to 10 hours a day, seven days a week, for three months.

‘I wanted to slit my wrists. I cried to the executives. I was like, “Is there any way to please eliminate us?” They say, “We can’t do that. We can’t do that.” And I swear, every time I asked, we just kept going. We would make it to the end. “

Burke also commented to AJ and Rene, ‘I’m really sorry I’m so inconsiderate and just talk, try to get a response and really think of him as my punching bag … I’ve taken it to that next level of filth .

'I'm really sorry to be so inconsiderate and just talk to get a response and really think of him as my punching bag ¿I've taken it to that next level of filth,' she said

'I'm really sorry to be so inconsiderate and just talk to get a response and really think of him as my punching bag ¿I've taken it to that next level of filth,' she said

‘I’m really sorry to be so inconsiderate and just talk to get a response and really consider him my punching bag … I’ve taken it to that next level of filth,’ she said

‘I was so mean. And I’m here to apologize to Ian and his family … I’ve lost a lot of respect for myself. It haunts me to this day. ‘

Cheryl was the first female professional to win the show, and also the first professional to win twice in a row.

She appeared in 23 seasons of DWTS and won the second season with Drew Lachey, in addition to earning the mirror ball trophy in season three with Emmitt Smith.

Star power: Cheryl was the first female professional to win the show, and also the first professional to win twice in a row

Star power: Cheryl was the first female professional to win the show, and also the first professional to win twice in a row

Star power: Cheryl was the first female professional to win the show, and also the first professional to win twice in a row

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