Cheryl Burke of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ is suffering with long-haul COVID-19 symptoms.

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Cheryl Burke of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ is suffering with long-haul COVID-19 symptoms.

Pro dancer on Dancing with the Stars Cheryl Burke has long-haul coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, according to her.

The two-time mirrorball winner revealed that she is still suffering from health concerns as a result of the infection that forced her to leave the DWTS floor for two episodes.

She and her celebrity companion Cody Rigsby were both infected with the virus.

Burke stated that she had received two vaccinations before to her diagnosis.

Cheryl Burke had an emotional reaction to her return to the ballroom.

Burke opened her about her emotional reaction to her return to Dancing With the Stars. She praised Rigsby’s “unwavering” commitment to continuing in the competition despite their health problems.

She posted a video to her Instagram page about the two routines they had to practice before performing back-to-back live shows.

“I am quite pleased with Cody. You guys adore Cody Rigsby, the entertaining ‘Boo Crew’ member. Burke described him as “disciplined and hardworking.” “He doesn’t let things get to him,” she explained.

Rigsby, she observed, is “relentless in a nice manner.”

“In two days, he learnt two dances. There were a lot of Zoom calls. Normally, you can’t teach ballroom via Zoom, but he wasn’t going to let that stop him. Burke praised Rigsby’s work ethic, saying, “We had two sessions a day, each lasting a few hours.”

Cheryl Burke’s battle with COVID symptoms on long flights

Burke said in an interview with Hello! Magazine that she is suffering from long-haul COVID symptoms.

“When individuals say they’re tired or have brain fog, it’s a real thing,” Burke added.

“It just felt like the flu at first, and then I lost my taste and smell, which came back quickly – but it was after I started getting my heart rate up that I could feel the coronavirus effects,” the dance pro explained.

“We went live at 5 p.m. on Monday.

“I was absolutely OK doing that once,” she said, “but it’s back to back to back rehearsals; [that’s] hard for me.”

Burke and Rigsby must also rehearse and set up the camera “as many times as the director desires.”

After her initial diagnosis, the ‘DWTS’ pro felt’shame.’

Burke said that she felt a variety of emotions after learning of her initial diagnosis.

After learning of her illness, she told E! News Daily Pop that she felt “shame.”

“For some reason, there was a lot of guilt behind it, disappointment, sadness, and hopelessness because you… Brinkwire Entertainment short news.

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