But Cheryl, 38, apparently just wanted to retire from having Dancing with the Stars celebrity partnerships -- not from the show in general.
During a recent appearance on "Talk Is Jericho" -- which is hosted by her Season 12 Dancing with the Stars partner, wrestler Chris Jericho -- Cheryl admitted she had been hoping to receive a promotion and work on the show as a judge or host for future seasons.
"I want to grow, whether that's in the family or not. That is not up to me when it comes to Dancing with the Stars," Cheryl shared when asked what's next for her.
"They are very well aware that I would want to -- I would have loved to have been able to do that with the family. However, they don't see a place for me, whether that be at the judges' table or a possible co-host."
Cheryl joined Dancing with the Stars all the way back in Season 2 and won two mirrorball trophies over the years. The brunette beauty graced the ballroom almost every season since she joined the show, with the exception of five seasons to pursue other career interests.