‘Dancing With The Stars’ Sharna Burgess Reveals Special Offscreen Secrets; Biles Hot Favorite To Win
"Dancing With The Stars" Sharna Burgess recently revealed some behind the screen secrets related to the show. Also, according to a survey, Simon Biles is the most favorite contestant of the competition and a hot favorite to win it.
Burgess Reveals 'Dancing With The Stars' To Watch Out For
Sharna Burgess is one of the fan-favorite pro-dancers of the "Dancing With The Stars." Recently, during an interview, she said that this year's female talent is the strongest ever, reports Entertainment Tonight. According to the prediction of Burgess, "Glee" star, Heather Morris, "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star, Erika Jayne, and Normani Kordei of "Fifth Harmony" are the ones to watch out for.
It seems among all the "Dancing With The Stars" cast, Jayne is reportedly a hot favorite of Burgess, as the latter called the reality star as incredibly talented. According to the pro-dancer, Jayne is down to Earth and very much wonderful. She also laughingly added that Jayne and her partner already have a good fun chemistry between them.
Sharna believes that this time the "Dancing With The Stars" competition will be mostly dominated by female celebs. Apart from Sharna's partner Bonner Bolton, she believes Rashad Jennings and Nick Viall are the two male partners to look out for this season.
Poll Reveals Simone Biles Hot Favorite To Win
According to a recently conducted poll by Gold Derby, Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles is the hot favorite to win "Dancing With The Stars." It was reported that 30 percent of the readers have voted in favor of the gymnast, who won millions of fans after winning the gold medal in the in Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Biles won four gold medals in the competition, making her country very proud.
The second celebrity on the list is actress Heather Morris, who has received 20 percent of the votes. She was previously casted in "Glee" as cheerleader, Brittany. Prior to coming in "Dancing With The Star," she also competed in "So You Think You Can Dance" as Beyonce's backup dancer.