Sharna Burgess and Brian Austin Green address rumors they were ‘salty’ following DWTS elimination


Sharna Burgess and Brian Austin Green address rumors they were ‘salty’ about Dancing with the Stars elimination


Sharna Burgess and Brian Austin Green spoke out about rumors they were ‘salty’ regarding their elimination on this week’s Dancing with the Stars. 

The couple — who were also dance partners on Season 30 — were accused of exiting the competition show in a bitter fashion after fans noticed they did not do any interviews after the elimination.

Clarifying that their absence for press was a ‘big mix-up’  they provided details on the matter and maintained ‘No one is salty.’ 

Clearing things up: The couple, who were eliminated this week on Dancing with the Stars, took to Instagram to clear up chatter they were ‘salty’ about their exit after fans noticed they were absent from press afterwards; pictured October 13

Elimination: The dancing duo were eliminated in this week's episode alongside Bachelor Matt James and his partner Lindsay Arnold following the shows two-night Disney themed episodes; pictured October 11

Elimination: The dancing duo were eliminated in this week’s episode alongside Bachelor Matt James and his partner Lindsay Arnold following the shows two-night Disney themed episodes; pictured October 11

In an Instagram story, the pair detailed what went down after this week’s double elimination — which also saw Bachelor Matt James and his partner Lindsay Arnold go home. 

‘I just wanted to clean something up real quick because I think this is said in a couple of press releases, we didn’t leave before press started, we did wait a good 30 minutes on the Zoom link greenroom waiting for everyone to do press,’ Sharna clarified. 

‘But nothing came through to us, apparently there was a big mix-up with the Zoom links last night. And then we had to go to the people that were getting us out of our wigs and [makeup]. … There were people waiting for us to do that.’

'Big mix-up': 'We didn't leave before press started, we did wait a good 30 minutes on the Zoom link greenroom waiting for everyone to do press,' the Australian dance pro said of being absent after the elimination

No bad blood: 'So we weren't, like, salty and wanting to f**king storm out of there,' Green interjected in the video explanation

‘Big mix-up’: ‘We didn’t leave before press started, we did wait a good 30 minutes on the Zoom link greenroom waiting for everyone to do press,’ the Australian dance pro said of being absent after the elimination 

Last place: The Australian dance pro, 36, (left) and the 90210 actor, 48, (right) were eliminated during the Tuesday October 12 episode after finishing in last place with a score of 52 out of 80

Last place: The Australian dance pro, 36, (left) and the 90210 actor, 48, (right) were eliminated during the Tuesday October 12 episode after finishing in last place with a score of 52 out of 80

PDA: The pair had been criticized during their Disney Heroes performance on night one ¿ which was Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs inspired ¿ for showing too much PDA; pictured October 11

PDA: The pair had been criticized during their Disney Heroes performance on night one — which was Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs inspired — for showing too much PDA; pictured October 11

Brian interjected: ‘So we weren’t, like, salty and wanting to f**king storm out of there.’ 

‘No one is salty’ Sharna affirmed. ‘Everyone in the competition is absolutely amazing and we are deeply grateful for our time on it.’

The Australian dance pro, 36, and the 90210 actor, 48, were eliminated during the Tuesday, October 12 episode after finishing in last place with a score of 52 out of 80. 

The theme for the week had been Disney Heroes and Disney Villains, and the pair exited on the second night after dancing to the song He’s a Pirate, from Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl. 

Off-stage love: In early October Sharna had responded to fan chatter that their relationship of nearly a year was a 'showmance' and that they had an advantage in the competition for being a real-life couple; pictured September 29

Off-stage love: In early October Sharna had responded to fan chatter that their relationship of nearly a year was a ‘showmance’ and that they had an advantage in the competition for being a real-life couple; pictured September 29

The pair had been criticized during their Disney Heroes performance on night one — which was Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs inspired — for showing too much PDA. 

Judge Len Goodman said that he wasn’t a fan of the ‘kissing and cuddling and messing about,’ and would have preferred to see them do a much more ‘traditional waltz,’ per their dance assignment. 

The week prior Sharna had responded to fan chatter that their relationship of nearly a year was a ‘showmance’ and that they had an advantage in the competition for being a real-life couple.  

‘This isn’t a showmance, this is real life love and it’s a part of our journey. Every step. Every struggle. Every success. And anyone that thinks it’s an advantage I can assure you, it’s not. ITS SUPER HARD!’ 

Journey of love: The couple first sparked dating rumors in December 2020, one month after ex Megan Fox had filed for divorce though they had been separated for a year; pictured September 20

Journey of love: The couple first sparked dating rumors in December 2020, one month after ex Megan Fox had filed for divorce though they had been separated for a year; pictured September 20

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