Will Cheryl Burke be hanging up her Dancing with the Stars dancing shoes after this season? The DWTS pro and her celebrity partner Antonio Sabato Jr. visited the ET set, where Cheryl spoke about her plans.
"It's all up in the air still," said Cheryl, whose contract is coming to an end. "We'll see what happens."
The dancing queen has been a part of 18 of the show's 19 seasons, practically spending her entire adult life on the program.
"It's so hard for me to talk about it, because I've been a part of this family for the last decade," Cheryl admitted. "I started when I was 20. I'm 30 now. I spent all of my 20s on the show, which completely changed my life, and I've had a blast."
For now, Cheryl is dead set on making Antonio Sabato Jr. a mirror ball winner, and the DWTS couple explained their very simple strategy for Monday's competition.
"[We'll] just train every day to the rumba," said Sabato Jr., who later added that he would try to, "have fun and relax."
An all-new DWTS airs Monday at 8/7c on ABC.