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In early 2011 Cheryl’s biography Dancing Lessons: How I Found Passion and Potential on the Dance Floor and in Life was released and currently there are plans in place for a second non-fiction book penned by Cheryl.The ' Praying' singer's fashion sense has always been bold, but she's transformed into a bright butterfly reflective of her new album title, ' Rainbow.' Click through the gallery to see her latest bold choices.Sean Spicer will NOT be bringing his dancing talents -- or lack thereof -- to the "Dancing with the Stars" ballroom ... Sources close to Spicer tell us the former White House Press Secretary was flattered by the opportunity, but because he believes he'll have an "overwhelming number of commitments in the Fall," he declined the offer. As for whether Spicey had the skills to truly compete on 'DWTS' -- our source said, "He's not a good dancer." That hasn't stopped plenty of other celebrities, but we're told Sean just didn't think he had the time it would require. Chmerkovskiy made his first appearance during the show's second season and is now in his seventh season as a professional competitor.
Her athletic figure has so-called inverted triangle shape.
At 10, she discovered what would be her winning talent, ballroom dancing, and decided to hang up her ballet shoes to begin training in both Standard and Latin ballroom dancing.
By the age of 13, Cheryl was traveling and competing throughout the world.
She's open, and what you see is what there is," Chmerkovskiy told People magazine.
"Everybody who meets her falls in love with her."Chmerkovskiy, who was previously engaged to "DWTS" co-star Karina Smirnoff, credited himself for pushing Andrews during their first dance."I made her do a cha-cha that I would make a professional dancer do," he said.
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