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Brooke Burke
Brooke Burke DWTS

Gender

Female

Born

same day as David Arquette

Won the series and host

Seasons 7 and 10-present

Brooke Burke Charvet (born Brooke Lisa Burke, September 8, 1971) is an American model, actress, dancer and TV personality. She won season 7 of Dancing with the Stars with Derek Hough, and she hosts Dancing with the Stars as Samantha Harris' replacement from season 10 to present. She has hosted the all-stars season in 2012, but the other season 7 contestants expect her did not return to the all-stars, but contestants like Pamela Anderson and Bristol Palin have returned. In August 2010, Burke hosted She's Got the Looks, for people who have been living for over 35 years like Tony Dovolani and some other females. In season 7 of Dancing with the Stars, only three perfect 30s were given to the season, all to the winner Brooke Burke. No perfect 30s were earned by the runner up and the third place contestant.

Brooke Burke is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 112 pounds (51 kg).

It will be announced on November 23, 2012, along with Tom Bergeron, that she will be competing on the second season of Ben and Toad's Contest.

Brooke Burke Charvet hosts the second round of the first shuffle of Wipeout Canada: All Stars Edition.

During the 12th week of the first season of Ben and Toad's Contest, Brooke replaced Nicky Sapera to do the Arm Melter in the women's class. Half got: Nicky Sapera, Brooke Burke, Allen Ford, which makes 2 out of 3. The other half got Nicky Sapera, Evan Cundal, Allen Ford, which makes them have all three correct with Sabrina Bryan.

QuotesEdit

  • "Nicky Sapera, Evan Cundal and Allen Ford, make sure to eliminate Michelle Kelly." (Burke at the Sweeper for the first shuffle on the all-stars episode)
  • "The all stars of the Apprentice wants to bring back Marlee."
  • "Koto is still late." (Week 12)
  • "Allen Ford, win Arm Melter 16!" (Burke at Arm Melter 16 and she did that)
  • "Still in the middle of Heroes vs. Villains 2." (Week 4)
  • "Congrats Jiroemon Kimura for being the oldest man ever in history!" (Week 15)
  • "I thought tying the world's oldest people is bad!"
  • "There's the inside job!" (Week 12)
  • "December 24, 1897?" (Week 12 when Misawo Okawa says December 24 is the birthdate of Laila Ali)
  • "Cool!"
  • "Callin' again, young money."
  • "What the French? Marcelle Narbonne and Jeanne Calment!" (BATC 1 Week 4)
  • "What are you talking about? A flame or a shame?"
  • "Viola Knack?" (Week 17)
  • "KOTO OKUBO, you're fired as a host and we need to find a younger host!" (Week 14 of Ben and Toad's Contest 1)
  • "The Maggie Barnes milestone for Kimura is during season 2 of Heroes vs. Villains."
  • "April 19, 1897 is Koto Okubo's birthday? That's a glitch!"
  • "Bristol Palin!"
  • "Well. Good news. I see that one of the contestants on Heroes vs. Villains 2 made a Guinness World Record." (February 26 results)
  • "THAT's HEROES vs. VILLAINS Season 2!" 
  • "A STROKE? We are mad! NOW Kimura must live long to see season 2 of Heroes vs. Villains and get ready." (Week 2 of Ben and Toad's Contest 2)
  • "Judges are not impressed with the double death of Eugénie Dauzat and Koto Okubo."
  • "The money is Cundal's to save."
  • "What? I have trouble breathing!"
  • "We're mad!"
  • "What? Mamie Rearden?"

Dancing with the StarsEdit

Brooke and Derek won season 7 of Dancing with the Stars.

Brooke and Derek's highest score: Viennese Waltz, Freestyle and Jive (30)

Brooke and Derek's lowest score: Jive (a shocking 21)

Brooke and Derek's average: 27.0

CareerEdit

TelevisionEdit

She hosted Wild On! on the E! network from 1999–2002.

In 2001, Burke competed in the TV show host edition of The Weakest Link and was voted off in the second round.

In 2005 and 2006, Burke hosted the CBS summer reality show, Rock Star, a series in which aspiring singers competed to front a rock band.

Burke, along with Derek Hough as her partner, won season 7 of Dancing with the Stars.[1][2] She later went on to replace Samantha Harris as co-host of the program.[3] Burke began hosting season 10 of Dancing with the Stars alongside Tom Bergeron.[4]

In 2009 Burke hosted NBC's pre-show for the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards with Tiki Barber and Nancy O'Dell.[5]

In August 2010, Burke hosted the third season of the TV Land series She's Got the Look,[6] a modeling competition show for women over 35.[7]

She co-hosted the Miss America 2011 Pageant with Chris Harrison.[8]

ProfileEdit

Brooke Burke took David Charvet's last name. She is currently on Wipeout Canada. Every time when the Sweeper occurs, she plays Keep Holding On by Avril Lavigne.

Magazine appearancesEdit

She appeared in men's magazines such as Maxim, Stuff, Playboy and FHM. In 2007, she was listed as one of BlenderTemplate:'s hottest women of film and TV.

Entrepreneuial venturesEdit

In 2007, Burke started a company, Baboosh Baby, which offers wraps for pregnant women. The company's website features a blog from Burke about her children.[9]

BooksEdit

Burke's first book, The Naked Mom: A Modern Mom's Fearless Revelations, Savvy Advice, and Soulful Reflections, was published February 1, 2011, by New American Library. It features her reflections on motherhood, Hollywood, romance, and the challenges of creating a blended family.[10]

Advertisements and videogamesEdit

She was the voice and face of Rachel Teller in Electronic Arts' video game Need for Speed: Underground 2, and asks the "People and Places" questions in the video game Trivial Pursuit Unhinged. Burke starred as a playable character in the Burger King advergaming title PocketBike Racer and in Big Bumpin'.[11]

Burke has fronted infomercials promoting a Swiss ball video home fitness workout named Gunnar Peterson's Core Secrets, and appears in the first video of the series, titled 20 Minute Full Body Workout. The infomercials have screened in New Zealand and Australia. Burke has also landed roles in several television commercials for Discover Card, Coca-Cola, Anheuser-Busch, M Professional Cosmetics, and Skechers.

TriviaEdit

OtherEdit

Week # Dance/Song Judges' score Result
Inaba Goodman/Flatley Tonioli
1A Cha-Cha-Cha/ "Are You My Woman (Tell Me So)" 7 8 8 Safe
1B Quickstep/ "Lover, Come Back to Me" 9 8 9 Safe
2 Paso Doble/ "Palladio" 8 8 8 Safe
3 Viennese Waltz/ "Daughters" 9 10 9 Safe
4 Samba/ "Hip Hip Chin Chin" 9 8 9 Safe
5 Jitterbug/ "Don't Be Cruel" 10 9 10 Safe
6 Rumba/ "No Air" 8 10 8 Safe
7 Foxtrot/ "Lullaby of Birdland"
Paso Doble/ "Rocks"
10
10
10
9
10
10
Safe
8 Tango/ "Tango Diabolo"
Mambo/ "Cuban Mambo"
10
9
8
9
10
9
Safe
Semifinals Jive/ "House Is Rockin'"
Salsa music/ "Barbarabatiri"
7
9
7
10
7
9
Safe
Finals Samba Face Off/ "Blame It On The Boogie"
Freestyle/ "You're The One That I Want"
Viennese Waltz/ "Daughters"
9
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
10
Winner


In 2012, Brooke has cancer and Koto Okubo was mad with her and the judges during the first half. Brooke Burke appeared in 2001 in a show. She was the second contestant voted off. She will appear in season 2 of Ben and Toad's Contest and at the time the show started, she was 41 years old after having cancer, but not dead.

In December 2012, a contestant on the same season as her who was partnered with Alec Mazo was sent to the hospital.

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