Cheryl Burke hasn’t completely ruled out a future return to Dancing With The Stars,” but the professional dancer has a pretty stiff requirement if she were ever to come back to the long-running ABC reality show. As of now, Burke, who is currently traveling across the country for her Love on the Floor Tour, told Entertainment Tonight that her crazy, 30-stop touring schedule doesn’t make it possible for her to compete on the upcoming fall season of the ABC celebrity ballroom competition. But there is one off-the-wall way that could change her mind.

What would it take to get Burke back?

Burke, a two-time “Dancing With the Stars” mirrorball champion, told ET the show would have to give her "an amazing dance partner” who would be able to travel the United States with her and then just "show up on Mondays” at the live “DWTS” shows.

Burke added that with 30 stops on her dance tour, it’s just not possible to do double duty on “DWTS,” unless she job-shares with another pro dancer. Cheryl added that "Dancing With the Stars" will celebrate its 25th season later this year, but that she is confident that the popular celebrity dancing competition has at least another 25 seasons left in it.

“I am sure it will happen another 25 seasons, as I teach someone in my walker at that point,” Burke joked to ET.

Eyeing another TV dance show

While she has no plans to return to the adult version of the ABC celebrity ballroom competition, Cheryl Burke recently wrapped several episodes of “Dance Moms,” so she says is eyeing the recently announced “DWTS” spinoff, “Dancing With the Stars Junior”—but not as a pro dancer.

Burke told ET she would love to judge or be a host on the upcoming “DWTS” spinoff. Cheryl also added that her recent experience on Lifetime’s “Dance Moms” already gives her a big advantage in helping to understand how young dancers work.

According to People magazine, Cheryl Burke took over for ousted “Dance Moms” coach Abby Lee Miller in March shortly before the controversial reality star was sentenced to one year in prison for bankruptcy fraud.

Burke reportedly doesn’t scream or yell at the young dancers like her predecessor did, but she maintains she still has a “strict” teaching style.

Cheryl Burke competed on 19 seasons of “Dancing With the Stars.” She won two back-to-back seasons in 2006, with celebrity partners Drew Lachey and Emmitt Smith. Burke most recently competed on “DWTS” in 2016 with Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte as her partner.

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