Brooke Burke

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Brooke Lisa Burke (born September 8, 1971) is an American television personality, model, and occasional dancer, known for hosting Wild On! (1999–2002), Rock Star (2005–2006), for winning the seventh season of Dancing with the Stars and for co-hosting Dancing With the Stars starting in 2010 (Season 10).[1]

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Early life

Burke is the oldest of nine children born to Donna and George Burke.[citation needed] [2][3] and has Irish, French, and Portuguese ancestry.[4] She was born in Hartford, Connecticut and raised in Tucson, Arizona. She attended both Sahuaro High School and Palo Verde High School in Tucson, and later studied broadcast journalism at UCLA.[citation needed]

Career

Burke worked as a model for Venus Swimwear and Frederick's of Hollywood. From 1999 to 2002, Burke became known while hosting Wild On!, a travel series on the E! Entertainment Television channel replacing previous host Jules Asner. As part of the series, she traveled the world extensively, profiling many popular travel destinations.

Burke first appeared nude during her early modeling career for the website BlueNudes,[5] and most notably after gaining fame in the May 2001 and November 2004 issues of Playboy. She also appeared in men's magazines such as Maxim, Stuff, and FHM. In 2007, she was listed as one of Blender's hottest women of film and TV.

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