Cheryl Burke
Cheryl Burke will not return to “Dancing With the Stars” for Season 25. Pictured: Burke at the People’s Choice Awards 2017 in Los Angeles on Jan. 18, 2017. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

New “Dance Moms” coach Cheryl Burke recently revealed whether or not she has plans to return to “Dancing With the Stars” for Season 25.

While speaking with Entertainment Tonight, the professional dancer said that her “Love on the Floor” tour is making it impossible for her to be involved in the hit ABC reality TV show at the moment. But this does not mean that Burke isn’t willing to return in the future.

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“Unless they want to give me an amazing dance partner that will travel the United States with me and I just show up on Mondays like, ‘Yes, guys, we have worked so hard.’ ‘DWTS’ does not actually have a show every Monday, but I do not think it is possible. I really do not, unless they want to have two pros helping,” she said.

Burke also explained how she suffered an injury near her eyebrow last week. On her Instagram account, the reality TV star shared a photo of that part of her face covered in bandages. According to Burke, she and her dance partner were trying out a new lift, and he spun her too fast so they butted heads. She revealed that blood started falling on her face, but she still refused to get the wound stitched because they will soon be traveling to Japan.

“I don’t know why I’m so accident prone. This time last year we were training for ‘Love on the Floor’ to go to Japan the first time and my rotator cuff was all messed up, it really is,” she said.

Meanwhile, other than “Love on the Floor,” Burke is also busy with her involvement in “Dance Moms.” Earlier this year, it was announced that she will be replacing Abby Lee Miller as coach in the hit Lifetime reality TV show.

While speaking to Steve Harvey on his talk show, Burke slammed Miller for leaving her dancers traumatized. “I am approaching it differently. I don’t scream or yell – I don’t believe in that. But don’t get me wrong… I am all strict, I’m stern and I expect the best out of my students. But I do it in a way that’s loving and it’s caring, and I try not to intimidate them or traumatize them,” she said.

Burke’s interview on “The Steve Harvey Show” will air on Tuesday on The WB.