From Drew Lachey to Wayne Newton and Chad Ochocinco to Rick Fox!Find out what Cheryl has to say about these alleged relationships and what she did with the ,000 ring Chad Ochocinco gave her. The celebrity told Bethenny that her new relationship had yet to reach the three-month marker, to which the host replied: 'When you get to three months I feel like that’s when you decide what you’re going to do.' Her guys: The brunette joked she had the hots for Wayne Newton and Tom De Lay but did not mention her affair with former partner, ex-pro football player Chad Ochocinco, saying only: 'One and done.
"It's been a little over a year and I've taken this time for me and taken the time to really get to know who I am. For now, it's best that I work on me and focus on my career. It's helping me and I feel like I'm helping people."She admits, "I did think about it for awhile. But this is my story."And she's ready to return for the new season of , although she won't know her celebrity partner until after they're all announced on Feb. "I have no idea" who will be on, she says, and adds, "We have no say" about who she'll be paired with, which is why "every season has been a different experience" -- from Tom De Lay to Wayne Newton to Gilles Marini to Emmitt Smith.
And from being hurt by media scrutiny over her weight.
Born into a musical family in Mc Comb, Mississippi and raised in Carson, California, she began her career as a child and performed as a backing vocalist for teen groups. The following year, she released her self-titled debut album, which was certified quadruple Platinum in the US, selling six million copies worldwide.
I'm ready to date, but I'm always traveling."The "healing" she's talking about stems from being molested as a five-year-old by a family handyman, which she reveals in the book. She doesn't foresee leaving the show anytime soon, as pros Julianne and Derek Hough have.
From being beaten with a belt by abusive boyfriends. If anything, she says, she'd like to "maybe do another dance show on television or have a talk show, be a spokesperson for young women.
In 2010, she returned to television as a contestant on the eleventh season of Dancing with the Stars and starred in the reality series Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business.