The sensual dancer Sharna Burgess was not always the “Dancing with the Stars” woman we know today but spent her formative years in a city called Wagga Wagga. When she wasn’t throwing a rifle over her shoulder to take part in a shooting match, she was busy riding her bicycle or joining sports teams for swimming, gymnastics, or dancing.
Climbing trees and hanging from the treetops is not beyond her abilities, in fact, the athletic dancer has to do something physical at all times, and this may be the only explanation for her amazing physique. Welcome to the world of the entertainer who loves to dance and enjoys sharing the burdens and burdens of love and positivity wherever she is.
Age, Early Life, and Rise to Fame
The gorgeous and talented dancer was born with the proverbial dancing shoes. Already at a young age, the precocious little girl proved her outstanding qualities by constantly spoiling family and friends with spontaneous dance and singing shows.
The dancing tomboy was born on June 21, 1985, in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, and is the daughter of Lucy and Ray Burgess. Her educational background is still not known, but she began training in jazz, gymnastics, and ballet.
By the time the aspiring star turned eight, she was already studying ballroom dancing and winning several titles at the national and local levels. Sharna Burgess represented Australia at the World Championships and performed in both Latin and standard styles. She also participated in the closing ceremony of the Sydney Olympics in 2000.
Today the talented dancer has performed in more than 30 countries in the cast of the hit dance sensation called Burn the Floor. She took part in Dancing with the Stars and also danced on Broadway.
Her Net Worth
Although there is not much information about the choreographer’s income, her net worth has been estimated by sources at a whopping 750,000 dollars. It is assumed that the fortune was generated from her annual income.
Husband or Boyfriend, Is Sharna Burgess Married?
Sharna Burgess and her Dancing with the Stars partner Bonner Bolton may not have achieved a high score with the judges and the voting public at the DWTS premiere, but privately they certainly seem to score a few points with each other.
That’s because as soon as the opening episode was over, rumors of a romantic relationship between the two were circulating on social media. Obviously, the chemistry between the bull rider and the dancer was strongly felt by everyone around them. The bull rider, for his part, admitted that they were attracted to each other, but Sharna explained that she was simply professional. The duo was spotted together at the Cowboy Palace Saloon in Chatsworth, California.
Currently, the professional dancer is in a relationship with her long-time boyfriend Paul Kirkland, a well-known choreographer, dancer, and artist developer and boasts as an actor. Paul has been in the industry for more than a decade; he is the founder of Dance Fuzion, which specializes in teaching all forms of ballroom dancing.
As a professional dancer, Tomboy has been inconsistently good shape, her body measurements have been described as perfect; a banana shape with a flat, taut belly, and a nice pair of legs, usually shown off to advantage by her really revealing costumes.
The slingshot dancer stands at a height of 168 cm (5 feet) and weighs a total of 52 kg (115 lb), corresponding to her height. Her general height is 33-24-34 inches and she wears a bra size 32A.
Quick Facts About Sharna Burgess
- The girl’s a straight shooter
Normally it’s not the norm that girls like to shoot the gun and take it a little rough, but Sharna Burgess is a tough girl who’s not afraid to throw the gun on her shoulder and just shoot off for fun.
The famous dancer spent her formative years climbing trees when she wasn’t busy dancing up a storm on the dance floor. She was pretty much a confirmed tomboy, and apparently, she still is.
- Definitely not a hater
She is the driving force behind the Sharna Burgess: (No Hate) Campaign, a non-profit organization focused on promoting gender and human equality and marriage through social media platforms, education, advocacy, and visual protest.
- Diehard gay rights supporter
According to Sharna Burgess, same-sex marriage should be supported as much as possible, and no one has the right to tell someone who they should love.