The longtime Dancing with the Stars dancer has been known for her beauty, her excellent choreography and dance skills -- and well, being single -- throughout her time on the ballroom dancing competition.
But Sharna is hoping that will change soon, and she may need a show like The Bachelorette to help her find the right man.
"This is a conversation that keeps coming back to me. I am absolutely looking for love. I am ready for love," Sharna toldEntertainment Tonight.
"I am getting more and more open to being the Bachelorette."
The 34-year-old pro dancer and choreographer from Wagga Wagga, Australia, says she is considering both The Bachelorette in Australia and the United States.
"I just got back from Australia, and it became a pretty hot topic over there on whether I could be the next Bachelorette in Australia," Sharna revealed.
"So it's an interesting thought for me. I'm excited by it. I would maybe do it here [in America]. I don't know! It's up in the air, but I am definitely looking for love."
Sharna then shared what exactly she's looking for in her dream guy.
"Honestly, someone to share my life with, someone that has already gone through their own journey of [finding] themselves and their career and is ready to just build something with someone else now and sort of blend and love and support each other," Sharna explained.
"I'm stressed!" joked Sharna, who moved to London at age 18 and later competed on So You Think You Can Dance in Belgium and the Netherlands.
Sharna joined Dancing with the Stars back in Season 13 as a Troupe member and was bumped up to a professional partner for Season 16.
After dating choreographer and dancer Paul Kirkland from 2010 to 2015, Sharna often became the subject of dating rumors regarding her celebrity partners on Dancing with the Stars because she was one of the only single female pro dancers.
Dating speculation sparked, for example, when she was paired with professional bull rider Bonner Bolton for Season 24.
Sharna finished Dancing with the Stars in second place a whopping three times with Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, Indy Car racer James Hinchcliffe, and NFL player Josh Norman before winning Season 27 of the show with country music radio personality Bobby Bones.