“The thing with Cheryl is that she falls in love very easily, and really with any guy that has the potential to be good,” Rycroft told Celebuzz.
“I would just tell her, play it cool . . . don’t fall in love with all of them . . . think with your head, don’t think with your heart.”
Dovolani, who is heading into this week’s semi-finals as one of five teams, had something more straightforward to say about Burke’s potential TV future.
“This is a message to the guys: she has a lot of friends on Dancing With the Stars. We may be dancers, but we have a lot of friends, so make sure you treat her well.
While the pair have been hard at work for Monday’s show, Rycroft and Dovolani are still scratching their heads as to why they’ve made it so far.
“I never in a million years thought I would outlast Kirstie Alley on the show,” Rycroft said.
In the end, it seems that Rycroft is going into the semi-finals with the right attitude.
“We don’t feel like we have anything to lose, which kind of makes us able to go out on Monday nights and dance with no fear . . . I don’t necessarily feel like it’s our trophy to lose. I think it’s ours to win.”
Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars airs Monday at 8PM ET on ABC.
For more of our chat with Melissa Rycroft and partner Tony Dovolani, check out the video, above.
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