What Is Sharna Burgess’ Net Worth?
As of 2022, Sharna has an estimated net worth of $3 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
The So You Think You Can Dance alum ranks among one of the highest-earning DWTS dancers. Some of the pros with the biggest bank accounts include Maksim Chmerkovskiy, who is worth an estimated $8 million, his brother Valentin Chmerkovskiy, whose net worth is around $7 million and Mark Ballas with an estimated net worth of $3 million.
How Long Has Sharna Burgess Danced Professionally?
Sharna has been in the dance world for over a decade. At 15, the TV host was chosen to represent her home country of Australia at the World Championships in both ballroom and Latin styles. After winning numerous titles, she began touring with different theater troupes and danced on Broadway.
Her first TV gig was for Dancing With the Stars Australia and So You Think You Can Dance Holland, where she shined with her original style that combines hip hop fused with Latin. She eventually earned a spot performing and traveling with the DWTS troupe for three seasons before becoming a pro on season 16, where she was partnered with comedian Andy Dick.
Since then, she’s been on 13 seasons in total, made it to the finals five times and even won season 27 with partner Bobby Bones. She also sat in as a new judge for DWTS Australia in 2020. She’ll appear as a pro dancer again for season 30, where she is reportedly partnered with her boyfriend, Brian Austin Green.
Sharna Burgess is Body Positive.
“I’ve certainly had negative body issues and body image issues over my life being a dancer,” Sharna explained at the time. “It’s a long journey of self-love that you have to go through and understanding that you are the soul that is within you and not this physical body. The truth is the more you hate on your body and the more you don’t like what you see, honestly, the worse it’s going to get.”
The Australia native welcomed her daughter son, Zane Walker Green — whom she shares with boyfriend Brian Austin Green in June 2022 and embraced her postpartum body. Sharna posted a snapshot flaunting her C-section scars, reflecting on the procedure as “scary.”
“In total transparency, I was afraid to look at my body for the first time afterwards,” she captioned the selfie. “The incision and omg the swelling? I looked and thought, ‘Wow, I am utterly unrecognizable and my body has been through some serious s–t.’ But of course, it had … I grew a life inside me. That miracle makes it all worth it.”