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Cheryl Burke cleared to return to 'Dancing with the Stars' tour

By Christopher Rocchio, 12/21/2007 

Cheryl Burke has been cleared to participate in tonight's Dancing with the Stars - The Tour show after missing the first two stops of the 37-city North American tour due to abdominal pain she suffered Tuesday.

"Burke will be performing alongside the all-star cast in her hometown of San Jose, California, and at all remaining shows on the tour," a tour spokeswoman told E! News in a Thursday statement.

The two-time Dancing with the Stars professional mirror ball trophy winner missed the winter tour's opening night after she experienced pain that required a visit to the hospital, where she was told she could be suffering from appendicitis. 

Instead of performing on the tour's Wednesday night Sacramento stop, the 23-year-old flew home to San Francisco for a second opinion.

In the statement, the tour spokeswoman said Burke met with her personal physician, underwent some tests, and subsequently received a clean bill of health, allowing her to continue on the tour.

Burke won Dancing with the Stars' second-season title with Drew Lachey and the third-season crown with Emmitt Smith.  She is paired with Lachey on the tour.

(Photo credit ABC)

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