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Cheryl Burke is opening her own dance studio, Cheryl Burke Dance! She describes it as a place "to share my love for ballroom dancing along with my acquired skills from five seasons on Dancing with the Stars as a professional dancer. This will be the place for the young and the young-at-heart to learn and enjoy ballroom dancing! And, what better location then the City by the Bay, my hometown of San Francisco. "
The grand opening of Chery's studio located at 1830 17th Street (at DeHaro) in San Francisco is Friday, April 4th.
For more information on Cheryl and her dance studio, visit: www.strictlycheryl.com or www.cherylburkedance.com
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About Cheryl Burke
2005 World Cup Professional Rising Star Latin Champion
4th in U.S. in the Under 21s
Cheryl is the first two-time winner of Dancing with the Stars. Cheryl and her partner singer Drew Lachey stole the show on Season 2 and sensationally won the competition. Season 3, Cheryl was partnered with football legend Emmitt Smith, and together they won the competition. Season 4, Cheryl made it to the semi-finals with actor Ian Ziering, placing fourth.
About Cristián de la Fuente
Cristián de la Fuente is a Chilean television actor who has gone on to make a name for himself in U.S. film and television. Besides being an international film star, he's also an officer in Chile's Air Force reserve.(lieutenant). He was contracted by Sony and Telemundo for a drama series remake of Starsky and Hutch called Reyes y Rey. He was a guest star on Pensacola: Wings of Gold. He has also appeared regularly on CSI: Miami and Family Law. He has starred opposite Sylvester Stallone in Driven, in John Carpenter's Vampires: Los Muertos with Jon Bon Jovi, as well as the independent thriller Minimal Knowledge. He's also made several appearances on ABC's hit show Ugly Betty.