Keeping a sense of humor even during a big scare, Brooke Burke-Charvet crashed her Maserati on Wednesday morning (April 2) in Los Angeles.
The 42-year-old actress took to Twitter after the mishap, joking, “Rough morning. Accident on my wAy 2 work. Tons of cops & of course photogs, TMZ will have fun with this one. Poor Mazeratti..yes I was sober.”
The former "Dancing with the Stars" hostess showed off her flawless tummy for the Cliff Watts-shot front page while chatting about everything from her workout schedule to her former obsession with dieting.
There’s some serious remodeling going on over at “Dancing With the Stars” these days, and the latest update is that Erin Andrews will replace Brooke Burke-Charvet as the show’s host/resident eye-candy.
Following the firing of band leader Harold Wheeler and his 28-member ensemble earlier this month, the DWTS honchos decided to give Brooke the old heave-ho and brought in the beautiful FOX Sports reporter instead.
The victim of yet another crippling downsize, Brooke Burke will not return to "Dancing with the Stars," for the upcoming 18th season next month.
Releasing a statement regarding the news, the former show winner, and co-host alongside Tom Bergeron since 2010, said, "I have enjoyed seven seasons co-hosting ‘DWTS’ but understand the need for change considering the position of the show at this juncture."
She struggled with a tough divorce from Garth Fisher in 2005, and now Brooke Burke Charvet reveals the impact it caused on her life in New You magazine's Spring 2014 issue.
During her interview with the publication, the 42-year-old TV personality opened up about the lesson she learned from her experience with Garth and shared details about her marriage to her husband Dave Charvet.