Cheryl Burke writes about she and Jack Osbourne’s rehearsals and dance the past week at Life And Style Magazine. It wasn’t easy to get him to tap into his emotional side. They both had to be more vulnerable. Here is more….
The biggest challenge of this week was getting Jack to get in touch with his emotions — without him laughing. It was hard to get him to tap into that sensitive side of himself, but I knew that he would eventually overcome it. The moment Jack became teary-eyed was when he dedicated our dance to his wife, Lisa, and his baby girl, Pearl. While we were waiting to hit the stage, I told him, “Don’t listen to the package! Don’t listen to it!” But he couldn’t help it — and I can’t blame him. My eyes almost watered up, too!
I’ll admit that this week might have been the hardest yet because the both of us had to be more vulnerable. Jack likes to be very sarcastic and we’re both the same in that regard, so for us to get emotional is very rare — and difficult at times.
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All of that aside, it’s so refreshing to be partnered with someone who’s normal. He’s a celebrity, but he doesn’t act like one. He has a really good sense of humor. So far, it’s been a really great season for me.
I like that Jack doesn’t act like a celebrity too. He is also bringing out the best in Cheryl this season. I love that. It’s one of the reasons why I love this show.
Also, below is some coverage on Jack in an Access Hollywood segment about the emotional journey he took this week.