Brian Austin Green Blasts ‘DWTS’ For Excluding Sharna Burgees From Len Goodman Tribute

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"Dancing With The Stars" Pro dancer Sharna Burgess was not invited to the tribute show for the late Len Goodman, and her fiancé, Brian Austin Green, has a lot to say about it.

The actor took to social media to slam the organizers for subbing his partner, emphasizing how "disappointed" he was by her omission. He also pointed out that it was wrong not to invite Cheryl Burke for the tribute.

Brian Austin Green Furious At His Partner's Omission From 'DWTS' Tribute 

Sharna Burgess and Brian Austin Green at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards - Pressroom


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On Tuesday night, the popular dance competition, "Dancing With The Stars," held a tribute for the late judge Len Goodman, who passed away early this year after battling with a terminal bone cancer disease.

For the special night, several "DWTS" dance pros were invited back to celebrate the legacy of Goodman, save for a few.

As seen in actor Brian Austin Green's recent post on Instagram, his partner, Sharna Burgess, was among the few pros who got snubbed by the show.

Brian Austin Green Slams 'DWTS' For Excluding Fiancée Sharna Burgees From Len Goodman Tribute
Instagram | Brian Austin Green

Airing his frustrations with the show organizers, Green wrote, "I can't begin to tell you how disappointed I was for @sharnaburgess to not be invited for the tribute last night. It's disappointing as well that none of her "family in the ballroom" stuck up for her or spoke out."

He added, "She's an incredible soul and has always been a friend to everyone. She deserved better. #familystickstogether."

In the caption of his post, Green also noted that former "DWTS" star Cheryl Burke deserved an invitation, therefore confirming that she was also among those snubbed from attending the tribute by the show organizers.

He said in his caption, "[Sharna] wasn't even invited to sit in the stands and watch. Shame on that group of people. Kindness is an action, and so is love @cherylburke should have been there as well."

Sharna Burgess Was Not Invited Back For The Shows 32nd Season

Brian Austin Green and his girlfriend Sharna Burgess look happier than ever as they make their way into rehearsals at Dancing With The Stars

Besides being excluded from the show's tribute to Goodman, Burgess was also not invited back for the 32nd season of the famous dancing competition.

Burgess confirmed this on her iHeart Radio podcast, "Old.ish," saying that it "was tough" not getting an invite for season 32, as she "wasn't expecting" to be excluded from the latest season.

The dancer, who took a leave of absence last year after welcoming her first child with her fiancé, Green, told People Magazine of her exclusion from the show, "There's no real reason as to why, other than they were guided in their choices to choose the cast that they did based off of the celebrities that they have."

She added, "The universe has been guiding me in a different direction for this time."

Sharna Burgees Would Return To The Show If Asked

Sharna Burgess - Out and About

Burgess revealed that despite not being invited for the show's 32nd season, she would gladly come back if given a notice to.

"I think for me, as far as would I go back to it or what does it mean for the future of it, I love that show. And as I said on our podcast, two things can be true," Burgess said. 

"I can be deeply saddened in the fact that I don't get to be in the ballroom this season, and I can also truly love the show and want to support it and want to cheer them on," she added.

DWTS Producers have yet to respond.