ET's Carly Steel caught up with the steamy dream team at the Daily Front Row's Third Annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards at the Sunset Tower Hotel in West Hollywood, California, on Sunday, where the pair opened up about their dance floor dynamic and intense rehearsal regimen.
While Burgess and Bolton have been rehearsing for their week three performance, fellow DWTS pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy has been undergoing treatment for an calf injury in Ohio, leaving his celeb partner, Glee's Heather Morris, in the capable hands of dancer Alan Bersten.
While Chmerkovskiy is healing quickly, he's still expected to have to sit out a few weeks while he recuperates. However, Burgess has high hopes that the longtime DWTS pro will be back in top form before the end of this season.
"As far as I know, a couple weeks and he should be back," she shared. " I have every confidence that he'll be back with Heather soon."
Chmerkovskiy ended up getting treated by the same doctor who helped Burgess recover from an injury last season, and helped Chmerkovskiy's fiancee, Peta Murgatroyd, come back from a potentially career-threatening injury in Season 21.
In terms of advice, Burgess said she's giving Chmerkovskiy the same help he gave her when she was sidelined for several weeks.
"Maks was giving me advice last season, so I had to give that right back to him in the last couple weeks," she explained. "But he's going to be all right, he's a tough cookie, that one."
Check out Burgess and Bolton's sure-to-be-stunning Charleston when an all-new Dancing With the Stars airs Monday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.